Contemporary lakefront home, remodeled top to bottom, with bonus 600-sf auxiliary dwelling unit. Enjoy panoramic lake views & privacy on this 1.09 acre property located on Sunset Lake, near ocean beaches & golf. || JUST LISTED by Julia Radditz & Karen Radditz || TOTEM Properties || Learn more:
Dates are filling up!! See below for availability & pricing for 2019.
LONG WEEKENDS: Friday to Monday
July - Canada Day - June 28th to July 1st - $2,250
August - Civic Holiday - August 2nd to 5th - $2,250
FULL WEEKS: Sunday to Sunday
June - full weeks - $1,500
July 7th to 14th - $2,800
July 14th to 21st - $2,800
July 21st to 28th - BOOKED
August 5th to 11th - BOOKED
August 11th to 18th - BOOKED
August 18th to 25th - BOOKED
September - full weeks - $1,600
- Weekends - Friday to Sunday
June - weekend - $995
July 5th to 7th - $1,800
September - weekend - $1,195 - Weekdays - Monday to Friday
July 1st to 5th - $1,800
July 28th to August 2nd - BOOKED
August 25th to 30th - $1,800
September - weekday - $1,195
For more pictures and booking please visit: www.cottagesincanada.com/gunterlakecottage
3 +1 Bedroom + Games Room, 1.5 Bath
Pet Friendly, Sandy Beach + Dock
Water Toys including paddleboards, kayaks, canoe & aluminum fishing boat.
Firewood, Linen, Housekeeping included
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First blueprint is coming together. It’s nice to finally see all of the pieces on one drawing. I’m getting closer to starting the build! The next blueprint post I’m plan on having the dimensions worked out and we’ll start to have an idea of the overall size of the boat.
Also I’m going to do the blueprint write ups a little differently. They will still be on the website (link in my bio) but I’m going to do one long write up at the end as opposed to one for every post. This will reduce redundancy.
It’s officially feeling like sweater weather this week and we are loving it! •
This view of Portsmouth, NH was taken from Badger Island (Kittery, ME) and happens to be one of our favorite perspectives of this New England gem.
I want to share with you a little insight as to how I live my life; nothing before or beyond the present moment matters. I’ve had people tell me that my ability to be present is a rarity, but to me it was an adapted trait. Evolve or die, right? I used to dwell on my past mistakes - I let it dictate my future actions. I lived in fear that things would come back to haunt me. Because of my past, I was afraid of my future and I completely disregarded the now. This is no way to live a fulfilled or abundant life. “The power for creating a better future is contained in the present moment: You create a good future by creating a good present” - Eckhart Tolle
Your ego lives in the past and in the future, but guess what? You live in the present. Don’t let your ego dictate your life. Become conscious of the voice in your head, realize you are not that voice - you are actually the awareness of it and you have the power to turn it off. Seems like a strange concept to not be tied to your own inner voice and emotions, but once I realized this and stopped listening to that little voice, it became so much easier to live in the present. With this came the ability to show gratitude towards everything and everyone.
Because I strive to remain in the present moment, I will sometimes fall completely silent and become overwhelmed with gratitude and admiration for whatever is in front of me: a city skyline at night, a sunset over the ocean, the wind whistling through huge looming trees or a group of friends laughing together. In those moments, I could care less about what my plans are for the evening, who’s texting me or any of my human responsibilities. All that matters is to fully appreciate that moment. My biggest appreciation is for those who can also recognize this and sit in the same grateful silence.
I HIGHLY recommend that everyone reads Tolle. The Power of Now and A New Earth have transformed my life, but I will warn you - they were not books I could listen to in the background of doing something else. Ironic that I had to be fully present with the books to understand their value.
I always wondered why people moored their boats in tidal waters like the flats of Cap Cod bay. A significant part of the day the boats are high and dry, and you have to meticulously time taking them out. I guess to each his own. Happy Monday!