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Discussion in 'Your Vintage Home' started by LolitaHaze, Jun 13, 2006.
My most sincere condolences.
That is awful. It is awful and I am so sorry for your loss, and the awfulness of it, and how everything else must feel without value to you. My sincere condolences.
I'm so sorry for your loss, Studebaker Driver. A terrible thing, at the worst time.
That is heartbreaking, @Studebaker Driver
I am so sorry.
We had a nice snow here last week.
Wow, beautiful! It looks so nice with all the snow, too.
I miss the snow in sunny Ca. @ 65. But I am hoping to move back to the PNW next year and see some.
Great looking property Big Man.
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It looks lovely Big Man!
My sincere thanks to all of you who posted and reached out privately.
This has been the pit of my life.
But because this is not the place for it, I won't mention it again here except possibly in happier reminiscences.
I will say, though, this has been playing on a practically endless loop in my head when it is not actually playing in the empty house.
There are more people than you will ever know who are thinking of you during this time. God bless you and help to ease the sadness you are feeling.
some of these photos were when the cabin was being built. this cabin is not vintage but it is built like it is and a lot of the décor and such is including me,,,,,,,,,
Love the cabin! Nice cast iron collection as well!
It looks like it might be in a good get-a-way spot for some well earned privacy. There does not appear to be a fireplace in the photos. Does it have a fireplace?
no fireplace, it has the footing/foundation for one. when I build it my budget wouldn't allow for it. in would have been somewhere around 11,000 bucks! so maybe latter,,,,,,,
we got some snow yesterday. very rare for the coastal land of SC my house looks like it belongs in the mountains. I no I will never see it like this again,,,,,,,