As Canadians, we have a lot of things in excess — fresh air, clean water, ample land, and an embarrassment of trees. But, when it comes to lazy summer days and weekends at the cottage, our season can be rather compact once you take out the time for seeding and planting, scouting, spraying, making hay, and harvest prep.
For some, downtime in the summer is sacred, and happens after careful, long-term planning. For others, a weekend or mid-week trip to the beach is only happening if the stars align just so and the field work is caught up. Then, there’s the we-have-an-afternoon-let’s-go crowd.
We want to know, which are you?