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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2007 5:53 am    Post subject: Pics of my kitchen and other areas... Reply with quote



Back view of the house




Pool and cabana




Living room




Diff part of living room.




Eating part of kitchen





Cooking area of kitchen





Front of the house






Dining room - we just added this last year and haven't done much in terms of decor yet.
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2007 3:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What a lovely home, the pool sure looks inviting. Hmmm I spied a Miller Chill on the counter! I see you have a gas stove, I adore cooking with gas. I can not imagine how people use electric stoves. They seem so temperamental.
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2007 4:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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What a lovely home, the pool sure looks inviting. Hmmm I spied a Miller Chill on the counter! I see you have a gas stove, I adore cooking with gas. I can not imagine how people use electric stoves. They seem so temperamental.



Hw did I miss this entire post??? I don't know where I've been.. oh yeah, email hell. Thanks for sharing! Smile By the way.. I can't believe you snuck that miller Chill into the photo.. hahhaha that was hilarious that Patti picked up on that. I am laughing so hard!!!!!!! I was at RiteAid the other day and told my BF about or conversations about the stuff.. but then I said.. "but you can't drink a lot of it"... and then I realize .. the power of groupthink!
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2007 6:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

How wonderful to have a pool you can just walk out to! I think you should turn the cabana into a tikki bar! And, I noticed there wasn't a lot of cooking going on in the kitchen, Eric! Was that bottle of beer empty?

I've got to post pictures, too....how do I do it?
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 20, 2007 1:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great pictures! You have a lovely home.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 20, 2007 6:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

pattit wrote:
What a lovely home, the pool sure looks inviting. Hmmm I spied a Miller Chill on the counter! I see you have a gas stove, I adore cooking with gas. I can not imagine how people use electric stoves. They seem so temperamental.


Yes, that would be a Chill. Have I mentioned that it's basically the only beer i've been drinking all summer. Nice and light and refreshing. It's good in an iced schooner glass with a healthy dose of lime too!

Yes, gas is much more controllable. We had electric in the house we rented before buying this one and i couldn't stand the inconsistancy.

Thanks for the compliments on my house. It's not big or fancy but it's very homey, you know?
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 20, 2007 6:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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pattit wrote:
What a lovely home, the pool sure looks inviting. Hmmm I spied a Miller Chill on the counter! I see you have a gas stove, I adore cooking with gas. I can not imagine how people use electric stoves. They seem so temperamental.



Hw did I miss this entire post??? I don't know where I've been.. oh yeah, email hell. Thanks for sharing! Smile By the way.. I can't believe you snuck that miller Chill into the photo.. hahhaha that was hilarious that Patti picked up on that. I am laughing so hard!!!!!!! I was at RiteAid the other day and told my BF about or conversations about the stuff.. but then I said.. "but you can't drink a lot of it"... and then I realize .. the power of groupthink!


Babs - strike what i said about not being able to drink alot of it. that was after i had my first dose. since that point, many a sunday afternoon has been spent contributing to Miller's revenue stream.....
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 20, 2007 6:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

lv2cook wrote:
How wonderful to have a pool you can just walk out to! I think you should turn the cabana into a tikki bar! And, I noticed there wasn't a lot of cooking going on in the kitchen, Eric! Was that bottle of beer empty?

I've got to post pictures, too....how do I do it?


download pics to PC

sign up for an account on an image hosting site like photobucket.com

upload the pics from your pc to the site

once on the site, the pics will have a line under them that begins and ends with [IMG]

copy that whole line and paste it here in a post.

once submitted, it will show the pic.


the bottle was just about empty, i believe. i was half tempted to take a picture of our recycling can. i feel like an alkie every other wednesday, when they pick up the recycling, lol!

the cabana basically is a tiki bar, btw. just doesn't have the decor....
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cookiebakr wrote:
Great pictures! You have a lovely home.

Sheryle


Thanks Sheryle. In 13 days, it will be exactly 13 years since we moved in.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 20, 2007 10:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Our house


Guest cabin. This is a work in progress. It looks great from the outside but inside is still a bit bare. This is our party place. We can roll out the big speakers party as loud as we want. There is no one to hear Smile My husband and I were married on this property. We just had a fun outdoor ceremony facing the ocean.


View from the guest cabin.


This is standing at the switchback on the driveway in between our house and the guest cabin. You canít tell from the picture but we have a 35 degree incline driveway that is about 650 feet long. It makes one heck of a luge!! I tore my ACL, my meniscus, and fractured my lower leg sledding down it last winter. OOOPS!


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