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MY NEW KITCHEN UPDATE 2  , These were taken at night without flash thats why they look so dark. I will bring new brighter pics when the kitchen is totally finished.   I probably change things around 20 times more  before everthing is say and done so bare with me.. suggestions are welcome.  As you can see there still few things needed to be finish like the cabinet above the fridge  but is almost finished.. , Kitchens
Enjoy all 4 seasons, It's nothing fancy but it sure is homey. It was the original entrance to the house (built app 1916)   but we had all the windows put in and put a portable gas heater  to use the room all year long.   We didn't want to close it off like some porches- we left all the brick and fieldstone exposed. It's a nice space to keep cool in the summer with the many trees and to relax with a cup of coffee., Porches
February Snow, The gardens are calm and peaceful during a February snow., Gardens
After a Summer Rain, The perennials are thriving with all this summer rain we're having!, Gardens
Newly Remodeled Kitchen, We totally gutted the old kitchen knocked down walls and added a sitting area. The stacked stone column is actually hiding a support post but it's our favorite part of the kitchen., Kitchens
Leaving Ironwood, To keep me from going nuts while preparing to move from Ironwood MI I sewed some Ikat samples together for the background and then used the only piece of fabric I had that was big enough to cover the top cut out a Hawaiin design from a book and started stitching., Special Occasions

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