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Thursday, October 21, 2010


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Hi Jan!

Deja vu! When I was a little kid, we lived in Duluth, Minnesota. A family friend owned a little white house "on top of the hill" in an area called "high point" or something like that. The house looked very much like this one. We'd spend a week or so there during the summers. Great fun.

Thanks for the memories!


I like the looks of this place. It does look nice and cosy. And very well-cared for.


I love little houses---the very best. We lived in a little gray house for over 30yrs--raised 4 kids there--of course we had to add on to make more bedrooms (it had onebedroom down and an knotty pine finished attic room) I loved it. Progress took it. It was our little farm. Such is life. MB


Every house can be a home.


Very cute little house,reminds me of my Ubcle's house in the orange groves in the 1960s.It was a little workers house from the dustbowl era of the 1920s when so many people made their way to California just to survive.
Hhhmmm what would I say about OUR house...Don't judge a book by its cover. We may fit in with all the other ticky tacky stucco boxes in our Barrio but the back has bee expanded another 600 Sq Ft and I am told "it is a carnival inside your house!". We collect and sell art/antiques/collectibles/automobilia so, yep that is how it is ,but everybody has a good time!


It looks almost unreal... You caught a very nice house!


Hi! This house looks like the perfect size for me! Well, maybe add a little studio out back. thanks for visiting my blog & leaving such nice comments about my pics & pots! I've looked at the links you left- very cool. It looks like you have a big potter's sale coming up in Nov... wish I could go. They have a similar event in Southern Oregon that I attended last year. Fun stuff! I'll be back to check out more of your blog soon!

Living In Williamsburg Virginia

Cozy is a great word. It looks livable and like home. When did we decide home had to be massive to be nice? Great post.

Darryl and Ruth : )


What a cute house. When I was little we lived in one that was similar to this one.

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