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A Lean

I am amused by all the "southerners" commenting on the lack of insulation and limited usability of the guest house. I have an off grid cottage 5 hours north of Toronto, water access only island. The cottage (and guest bunkie much like this one) is accessible only after the ice melts on the lake, usually by early May. Last winter the ice went out on May 20th. There is a wood stove in the cottage, but no real insulation in any structure. No indoor bathroom. It is not unusual for us to be wearing parkas in June, and it has been 8 degrees C. in August. This guest house is like a cottage in Miami compared to what we hardy Canadians are used to.

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I also live in Maine and believe me, everyone wants to visit in the summer. This is a perfect summer guest room. Coastal Maine is rarely humid and it cools down 20 degrees at night. This would be a comfortable, lovely place for family friends from May to October.

   
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Karryl Horstmeier
Might work as a playhouse. But without a bathroom not very good as a guesthouse.
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