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  1. My son is getting his licence this year - ( 12 years old ). I really hope it's done at the clubhouse like I did it, like my daughter got to do it too, it's really part of the experience and that is what I want for him.
  2. My condolences to family and friends.
  3. I would keep a little of the electric heat on then and move on. We did it for 18 years without a single issue ever. I wouldn't bother with adding a furnace in your example, would be a waste of money.
  4. Well, if you're not going to have running water - you're concern should be minimal if anything at all. I can tell you from a claims standpoint - using Engineers etc. as to what we have done after fire losses and it's minimal if the superstructure is still standing, is closed, and is dry. There are times we have put hay bales into the basements and/or a very low heat source - but that is in cases where there might be moisture present or the superstructure is either torn down/off - or open and not closed up. Personally, I wouldn't worry too much about it - if you are - put
  5. In that place we did not. Sunday nights, we would drain the water - shut the pump off and set the heat to 10 and leave it. Come back friday night - crank it up - turn on the water - get the woodstove going and were in business. Would get so warm from the woodstove - held heat really well. Did that for 18 years with no issues. Power outages would happen - but never for periods of time long enough to freeze anything and with the water drained out - no biggie. In the new place, we have a generator, but it's more of a house than a cottage.
  6. Our original cottage was built in 1988 - winterized - finished basement - all electric heating in basement - block foundation wall- main level electric with woodstove. During winter - we kept heat at 10 when we were not there - upstairs and downstairs - never froze and was okay coming in on friday nights at 11:00 p.m.
  7. Tally them up and issue the claim - you never know....
  8. Sleds arriving before Seadoos........
  9. Question for you guys that are dealers - or know how they work. When a dealer is invoiced for a unit - I assume that means it's built - has a VIN etc. Once that happens - what follows? Is it built - Shipped to dist. warehouse - dist. invoices dealer - then delivered? Just curious ......
  10. Spare relay in your purse is a must
  11. My risk factor is as close to 0 as possible. I personally would not ever invest that kind of $$ into something on leased land - but that's just me. I wouldn't lease a car and put 10k worth of upgrades onto it either - only to turn in it 4 years later.
  12. Big investment. Assuming this is good news!
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