I’ve just spent some time reading a blog that I just came across called Everyday Weekender. The site is written by a fellow Ontarian who’s written this blog as a celebration of the weekend. Who wouldn’t like a site that’s all about enjoying some well deserved R&R on the weekend?
Not only is this site written by a fellow Canadian, but I think we might have some things in common. He writes about spending time in the garden, traveling to one of my favorite Caribbean islands – the Dominican Republic, Southern Ontario attractions and events, barbecuing, cottage life and one of my favorite cottage type activities – canoeing!
Yes, it was a post about his new canoe that caught my eye. I’m sure by now you guys know how much I love canoeing so how can I not like someone who’s just learning how to canoe?
There’s plenty of interesting posts filled with DIY activities that will help you enjoy your weekends such as this post about making your own Keggerator. Yes, that’s turning a fridge into a big beer keg! I must show Chris this post … or maybe I shouldn’t as I’m sure I’ll end up with a Keggerator in my basement if I do!
I Luv this site.
If all of that isn’t enough to get you to go and have a peek at Everyday Weekender there is the matter of the PR 5 linkback promotion he’s having. That’s right. If you write an article about his blog he’ll link back to you and you’ll get a link from a PR 5 blog. Gaining another PR5 link for my site is nice, but that’s really not why I choose to tell you about Everyday Weekender today. I don’t gush about sites just for links. I really do love this site and I’ve added it to my blogroll already.