Cottages, Cabins & Chalets

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Doubleday Canada, Limited, 1997 - Vacation homes - 160 pages
Whether you rent your vacation home or let friends and family stay when you are away, COTTAGES, CABINS & CHALETS will make everyone's stay safe and enjoyable.
Forget scraps of paper, endless lists and other self-made guides to the workings and idiosyncrasies of your cottage or chalet. Now you can record all the essentials in one handy volume! Using the write-in pages and checklists, you can personalized everything your visitor needs to know-from the particulars of operating your wood stove or barbecue, to listing where you keep the flashlight and fuses. Plus, there's a section for guests' signatures and comments.
COTTAGES, CABINS & CHALETS is packed with helpful information, including;
-a checklist on opening and closing you cottage or chalet
-the correct way to start a wood fire
-a first-aid guide and a list of emergency numbers
-preparing a basic fire escape plan
-a plumbing primer that covers every situation a guest might encounter
-how to deter pesky rodents, animals, and insects
-tips on boating and swimming safety
-forecasting the weather

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Contents

welcome to Our Place
9
Fire Plan
16
Where We Keep This and That
22
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Coulter spent many months researching the ancient Maya and how their language was decoded.

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