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6 Ways to Rehab a Lake Relationship

Have things between you and the neighbours taken a bad turn? OneRepublic was wrong. It’s not too late to apologize

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DANIEL EHRENWORTH

1 Shut it down (part one) The lake amplifies noise, and we all just have to be okay with that sometimes. Strum your guitar, Uncle Jim! Play Marco Polo, Shrieking Children! Bark your face off, Yappy Poodle Mix! But not constantly, not before sunrise, and not past 10 p.m. everysingleSaturday. If you’re playing music outside, avoid offensive songs. Like “Friday” by Rebecca Black or “Who Let the Dogs Out?” by Nobody Even Remembers Those Guys.

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Love is in the air—and in the pages of the Early Summer issue of Cottage Life. Our readers’ sweetest (and silliest) romance stories from the lake Inspiring design ideas from three cozy little love shacks Tips for getting along with your neighbours The inside scoop on the (surprisingly frisky!) cottage critter dating scene Our essential guide to keeping the cottage in the family An easy, casual tostada feast to feed all your loved ones—even the ones with dietary restrictions Summer projects to show your love: a bee box for troubled pollinators, a nature-inspired centrepiece for a cottage wedding, and a dock staircase that’s good for Grandpa, kids, and pets The inspiring story of a cottager who, at 22, brought the struggling lakeside store of her childhood back to life Intel on the new tribunal that’s replacing the OMB and how cottagers can help steer their lake’s development Pick up the Early Summer 2018 of issue of Cottage Life for tips and ideas to make this your best season yet.