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Come on in, make yourself at home. We have so much to talk about it. There's alot of history within these 4 walls.
I'm sure it they could tell you of the happy families that lived in this house as well as the babies that were born and the heartaches that were shared. I bet it made someone a beautiful home when it was in its prime. Thanks for sharing the pictures. I can just imagine the children that have climbed those trees.
I think they would say "It's a hard life, but so worth it!" Fun pic!
This place is stunning! Would love to have some tea, a fire and a looooong conversation hearing all about the stories the trees have been telling, and of course also the stories of the people :-)
I would love to live in a cab like that, afterwards it would have great stories to tell....
Oh I would give anything to own a cabin like that!!! Wouldn't it be so much fun decorating it? Thanks for stopping by Finding Fabulous the other day!
I think they would say alot. Is there any way to research it? How interesting it would be to see who lives there and what an interesting post this is. It makes one think of days gone by, doesn't it? Take care, your friend, linda
How did I not know about you? Visiting from ISBMTF - I think this house would say " Love lives here "Great post! ( I love anything to do with houses - and do a series on them every Wednesday ) Definitely your newest follower - would love to have you come by and follow back when you have the time!Hugs,Suzan
"I need some TLC; but I could be a lovely home for you, please adopt me!"
I love old places like this! Beautiful pictures!
How beautiful! I thik it would say here I am come fill me with life again!
I think it waould say put the kettle on, have some scones & relax here for a while. Beautiful shack it is.
How beautiful, I love old homes and this one looks like it would say its been rough at times but made some great memories.
I picture a family gathered around the hearth talking about their day. The women sewing and the men repairing leather or whittling.
Great photos! Thanks for sharing on The Creative HomeAcre Hop!http://www.theselfsufficienthomeacre.com/2013/02/the-creative-homeacre-hop.html
I think they would say, "Help, I'm falling!"
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