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The short haul


Contrary to popular belief, an ATV is not a toy, it’s a tool with considerable utility to many cottagers, the modern-day ox on the farm. And coupling an ATV with a trailer ups its ox game exponentially, especially if that trailer can take a beating and keep on haulin’. One of the best on the market: the Bush Burro, built by Rescraft Plastic Products. Unlike other trailers that can be too small, too bulky, or too flimsy for cottage duty, the Burro is a hauling hero that turns back-busting work into enjoyable jobs. It’s not cheap, however, at about $700 (, but considering the utility it provides, that’s not expensive labour.—Derek McNaughton

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Cottage Life kicks off the season with a Get-Ready Guide! 138 pages of inspiration and advice including our 2017 real estate trend report, timeless advice from seasoned cottager Roy MacGregor, 10 easy DIY jobs anyone can do, a primer on generators, easy tinnie hacks, a hard-working ATV trailer, tips for setting up the kitchen and simple opening up meals, plans for building a deer-proof planter box, and ideas for converting a trailer into a guest bunkie. Plus, the restoration of a 200-year old Cape Breton cottage, and how a couple scored a $59,000 dream cottage.