On Barearse Island, the owners of this tiny, renovated off-grid cabin can do whatever they want—trousers optional.Cast a Spell
Nothing says old-fashioned glamour like the enchanting verandahs of the Thousand Islands.The Queen of Clubs
At Sixteen Island Lake in Saint-Sauveur, Quebec, the Club has been at the heart of cottaging for more than a century.Flip Your Lid
Is a metal roof worth the investment? Here’s what you need to know.Grill Guide: Fish & Seafood
By David Zimmer. Recipes by Jane Rodmell. Includes:
Grilling techniques and tips
Does frozen beat fresh?
How to stop sticking
Sizzling, scrumptious recipes
Prep calamari like a pro
Shrimps, scallops, oysters, clams, mussels, and more
Return of the cougar; Animal second acts; Lifejacket rewards; A ROM-inspired woodshed; Long-distance swim primer; Turtle spat; Book shelf picks; News about leases; Four-legged photo assistantSolutions
A smarter way to sharpen your chiselsStuff We Like
Father’s Day gifts for dads who DIYJob Jar
How to get a sticky sliding door rollingGreat Inventions
A swim raft on wheels; low-tech dryer for resealable plastic food bags
Mossie lunch; UV-system tips; inheritance taxes; bylaws on rebuilding; glowing wood
Is this the last summer for eels?
My first job: A lake summer like no other.
Tiny terror: The six-spotted tiger beetle is fearsome, fast, and furious.
“I approve this message!” And the last word goes to the chipmunk.