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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

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Lowell

I don't think I've ever seen azalea hedges before. Our azaleas were pretty unruly although made nice big bushes. This was a very popular style of house and friends of ours owned them. I rather liked them but you had to do a lot of running up and down stairs to get things you needed. The living area was on the lower level and the kitchen on the upper level. That meant that old people like me had to be very careful especially when going down the stairs. :)

William Kendall

It's rare to see yellow on a house here, but that style is typical of homes of the era here as well.

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