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Geese in our Pond - 2008


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A family or two of geese stops by to say hello.

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Exterior


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Some outdated pictures of our house -- to be updated soon, hopefully.

3 files, last one added on Mar 12, 2006
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Yard and Gardens


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One of the main reasons we liked this home was that we fell in love with the lot it was on It's situated on 8/10 acre, and includes a natural pond. It also includes a large raised garden in back.

8 files, last one added on Mar 12, 2006
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Upstairs


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Some pictures of the upstairs level of our home.

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Downstairs


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Some pictures of the downstairs level of our home.

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Previous Owner's Living RoomHere is a picture taken by the previous owner of the room before the house was sold. This picture was taken by the previous owner.
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Green PondHere's a picture from fall 2002. As was said above, the pond had "greened over" with duckweed. Ducks kept residence until it iced over for the winter, though. You can see them to the left if you click the photo
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Front ViewHere is the front of our home as it looked when we bought it. We've made quite a few changes: replacing the front entry and storm doors (the old one was Barbie Pink -- no kidding! If you click on the image to view the large one and zoom in, you can kind of tell), trimming back the overgrown foliage, removing the awnings, and adding green decorative shutters on all four windows. We also replaced the driveway, and widened it to the width of the rock in the picture above.
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Side ViewHere is a view from the side of our home. The pond is shown here, and is actually "L" shaped, framing one corner and most of one edge of our yard. The pond has been a wonderful natural element-- ducks, geese, a large turtle, and many other animals have been frequent visitors, and have been fascinating to watch.