Category Archives: Houseboat 28

The Opposite of Houseboat

Adventure: an unusual and exciting, typically hazardous, experience or activity. daring and exciting activity calling for enterprise and enthusiasm. Happy New Year everyone!  It has been far too long since I have posted on this blog, and it’s wonderful to … Continue reading

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Midnight in the Garden

Suddenly its summer again.  The ice is gone, and the lake is once again water – beautiful, inviting, friendly, lapping against the metal pontoons of our houseboat, singing to us all day long.  The boats are back on the water … Continue reading

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Hello Santa!

Danielle Gillard is a local photographer who was out on the ice of Houseboat Bay recently when this fellow went by, and was lucky enough to get this great shot. Apparently it wasn’t a staged photo, Santa just happened to … Continue reading

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Stranger Than Fiction

I stumbled across an article recently in the local press about the so called “reality” show, Ice Lake Rebels, entitled Why Are So Few Houseboaters on the Ice Lake Rebels?  I found it interesting and wanted to share it with … Continue reading

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See Ya Later Honey

It’s the freeze up season again, that horrible time of year when you forget all the wondrous times living on a floating house, and instead begin to question if all this craziness is actually worth it. This year I made … Continue reading

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In Praise of the Houseboating Man

In case this blog has mislead you, and you have romantic notions of houseboat living, I thought it might be time to tell you about the life of the Spaniard, my husband Martin, who keeps us afloat and makes the … Continue reading

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No, after you!

I was on my way home from town the other day, and as I came out of the marina in the motorboat ( the as yet unnamed big powerboat), I came across a situation for which I had no rules … Continue reading

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