Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Cabin Sweet Cabin





I was going to let the photos speak for themselves but I realized I wanted to explain this sink.  My aunt and uncle are redoing the cabin rooms, gradually, to erase the wear and tear that started when they bought the cabin when I was about 10.  Seeing my own 10-year-old love this cabin makes me nostalgic.  I don't want to forget the old stuff.












6 comments:

  1. I see an antique embroidery, it's so pretty. Love the photo where the baby is listening to a book being read. You are a busy lady! I remember that raising kids was the busiest time of my life and I'm glad they are all grown up now.

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  2. Generations of memories. That's the sweetest thing. Thank you for sharing with us!

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  3. Love, Love Love it all!

    We bought a 1/12 share in a lake house 16 years ago and it is all funky orange and gold counters and such and really funky wood light fixtures. I just would not be the same if all the funkiness disappeared so I get it.

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  4. What a lovely place. I like the picture of G and B on the swing. So candid.

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  5. Beautiful pictures! I love simple and rustic for vacations. It gives the memories a whole different stage.

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