Blog by Beebe Cline

Slips -Boat Houses, are currently available to Buy or Rent at the Crescent Beach Marina Moorage

April 22nd, 2020

With 235 slips ranging from 20' to 60' you'll find our rates very competitive and our marina very clean.
Moorage Rates ( attached pdf)
Permanent Moorage

To our Permanent tenant owners, we offer:

  • Covered and Open Moorage
  • 15 - 30 Amp power dockside
  • Private restrooms with showers
  • Secure gates with surveillance cameras
  • Free water
  • Recycle and Garbage facility
  • Boat generated hazardo ...

Explanation of the Federal Government's Benefits

April 21st, 2020

Explanation of the Federal Government's Benefits
Over the past week, the federal government has shared additional details about programs that provide financial help to individuals and businesses because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Canada Emergency Response Benefit
    If you have stopped working because of COVID-19, the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) may provide you with temporary inco ...

20 Things You Might Be Forgetting to Spring-Clean

April 13th, 2020

Freshening your house with a deep spring-cleaning right now can feel really good. If you’re ready to go beyond the basic vacuum-and-mop weekly clean, pick and choose from these 20 deep-cleaning tasks, and get ready to enjoy your sparkling clean house.

1. Light Fixtures and Lamps

Ceiling-mounted light fixtures, fans and table lamps can accumulate an amazing amount of dust over time — which can ...

9 Ways to Save Money on Kitchen Cabinets

April 10th, 2020

Buying kitchen cabinets on a budget? Choosing prefabricated over custom is a good starting point, but the savings don’t have to stop there. Sometimes it’s all about the wood species you pick or the number of drawers you include in your design. Best of all, you won’t always have to sacrifice decorative details. Here are nine money-saving tips for buying cabinets.
1. Compare Door Styles

You’ll ...

How Are You Handling Home Schooling Your Kids?

April 8th, 2020
I’m not a schoolteacher. But now I’m supposed to play one at home. While the transition to working from home fortunately has been smooth for me, the transition to home schooling my 6- and 8-year-old kids has been anything but. I’m a part-time single dad and a full-time writer and editor. The idea that I could shoehorn “teacher” into my daily life is at worst impractical and at best an insult ...

To-Dos: Your April Home Checklist

April 6th, 2020
With lengthening days and milder temperatures in many parts of the country, April is a wonderful time to freshen up the home inside and out. To get sparkling windows, a clutter-free garage and more, here are 16 tasks to make the most of the first full month of spring.
B. Jane Gardens
Things to Check Off Your List in an Hour or Less

1. Keep mosquitoes at bay. Having warmer weather and l ...

Cleaning Routines to Keep Your Home Virus-Free

April 3rd, 2020
We want home to be a haven (especially during stressful times), and part of that, at a fundamental level, means living in a space that helps keep us healthy. According to the most current evidence from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the virus that causes COVID-19 is spread primarily through close personal contact (within about 6 feet). So it’s more important to practice soci ...