My folks are looking to sell Tchentlo Lake Lodge, a wilderness fishing lodge they own and run up in northern British Columbia, where I visited them over Christmas. I’ve put up some information about it here, and if you or anyone you know might be interested in buying it either as an investor or owner-operator, please feel free to contact them.
That gave me a mild feeling of accomplishment, throwing that together. It’s rare that I actually feel like a good son.


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  1. Aw, man. That looks beautiful. I’ll bet you’re feeling a few pangs thinking of them selling up.

  2. Yeah, a little, Rory, but I’ve only been there a few times – they bought it in the mid-late 90’s, and I’ve been expatriate and totally remiss in my visiting duties since well before then. I haven’t even been there in the summertime yet!
    It’s also a little too isolated for me – I’d love to retire to a cabin beside a lake somewhere, but Tchentlo’s off the grid, and although they have satellite TV, phone and ‘dialup’ net access, I think it would be a little too far from civilization for me and my wife to ever think about living there full-time.
    Although my folks love living there, I think it’s probably time that they think about living closer to medical facilities and such, so I support their decision to sell, 100%.

  3. It looks gorgeous, at least in the summer.
    You have a wife? Now that’s amazing. My image of you did not include a wife. HST is not married! 🙂

  4. How do you pronounce “Tchentlo”?

  5. Actually, that’s a pretty good question… the ‘T’ is pronounced, so it’s T+(very short schwa sound)+chentlo.

  6. You have a wife? Now that’s amazing.
    Long-suffering and of almost eternal patience, is she. She keeps me from teetering over the edge, which is a good thing, given the advance of the years.

  7. That property is incredible. I keep going back to look at it. It’s my ideal fantasy of manual labor and escape from the big city. Can I lease to own?

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