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Properly winterizing your camp pays dividends

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Many summer cottages and camps don't have year-round heat or heavy insulation, if any at all. Left vacant after the summer, they are especially vulnerable to a number of natural and man-made challenges, among them: rodent infestation, storm damage, frozen pipes, mold, mildew, and in the latter category, break-ins and vandalism. Here are some tips on how to best secure your little slice of paradise so you will spend more time enjoying it rather than ...

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