Well, this year, summer of 2011, we're going to do it. Mike, of course, is the man of leisure. My school ends with Memorial Day Weekend. So, hopefully, our new address will be 501 Adminstration Drive.
Many of you have visited us on the shore of Winona Lake. Perhaps some more, if in the area, will drop by.
So, I'm taking you on the tour of our place, complete with many newly-made pieces of furniture.
This corner piece dates back to Mike's earliest efforts. The item on top is a pewter replica of the Hunley, a confederate 'submarine' which you can actually see in Charleston, S.C. The wooden lighthouse belongs to our grandson, Noah.
Ahhhhhhhhhh. The new recliner with matching ottaman. Also, the side table that holds my reading material.
And this, not made by Mike, is the infamous 'Sleeping Couch.' Over the years, many guests have plopped down and then fallen into deep deep sleep. We wish, now, we had committed to photographing all of the sleepers. We'd have quite the album.
I, myself, took a snook this afternoon, after planting my flower boxes with Lynne-proof vines and flowers. I need my friend, Sande, but I followed her good advice, almost as good as her golden touch.
Some of you may remember this table. It has appeared before. And, as you can see, it's behind that addictive couch.
The cottage came with these pieced stain-glass double windows. We added this panel that Mike framed