Living the life of gardening on the low spot of a North Carolina mountaintop.
This place needs some TLC.
A lot of stories between those walls.
What a lovely home. I bet that there was a lot of love in that house. Gardens must have been abundant.
There's no place like home Dorothy...I got a little misty a few blogs back when you talked about getting familiar with this new place called home. I can't wait to see your new paradise...the pictures are stunning.
Wow, looks just like the place!
If you have not done so already, visit this post of Linda's for more of the same. I thought it was way cool.http://eachlittleworld.typepad.com/each_little_world/2009/04/100-abandoned-houses.html
Interesting, the different reactions to this post. For me it related to my fear that I am building an abandoned house. For some reason cutting holes through the floor for the plumbing has been painful, like I'm wrecking the cozy cabin.Les I have seen those Detroit abandoned houses/neighborhoods before. Somehow that urban feel makes it creepier than these old farmhouses which can be quaint and picturesque. Still it is such a same to see such grand homes in Detroit looking so sad.
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