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    Poor old place tipping over and forgotten

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    I like the muted pallet in this Jean, it is so lovely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by justjean View Post
    Poor old place tipping over and forgotten

    Well, not by all.....
    Like this Jean, is it on your property, and is it a future project?
    Call me, I'll bring my toolbelt......
    Nicely done!
    Take care,
    Steve

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    nicely done Jean, I like the weathered wood and deep woods.... beautiful!.. we will get some Rager's and tools and fix it right up for a cozy winter cabin.

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    Very very nice. Love the white, makes things stand out.

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    Thank you Robyn, Steve, Gary, hildee and Ken your looking in and commenting is much appreciated

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    PARTY AT JEAN's!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WOOOHOOOOOOOO! She's got the house rocking! BYOM! (Bring your own moose!)

    Jean, please just don't tell your parents. . . just us students from Little House on the Prarie. . .

    Nice painting. I've seen places like this when driving around in the remote roads -- old farm houses and whatnot. It's always amazed me how with all their hand tools, not one worker north of the Great Lakes had a decent level or even a plumb bob. Sheesh. Maybe it's because they only occasionally built on 90 degrees west meridian. . . so unless they were smack on it, they didn't always have the right angles. I don't know. . .

    Nice painting!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    LOL, this was from a photo I seen that was taken in North Carolina MR DA well below the Great Lakes

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    Hi. Jean reminds me of dads shed in the garden me and the spider,s spent many hours in it

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