A Tour of Dad's House
Now that this house is ready to go on market, I've got some photos to help take a quick tour of it. As the caregiver for my parents and the care-taker of this house for the last 23 and half years, I'm quite familiar with it. Although I have not been able to afford all the fixing up I've dreamed of doing, I am responsible for the arrangement and cleanliness of what I have had to work with.
The numbers of photos have increased, so we'll break this into parts;
Kitchen, dining and living room
bedrooms and bath, and sunroom (main floor)
The front view of Dad's house on Easter Sunday
The ramp going up into the house. Although not regulation measurements, it has served well for Gran'ma, Mom, Dad, and my brother Tom
Let's just pass through the garage to the back first, and check out the back view of the house.
View from in garage towards the door to the woodwork shop and back door
Dad's woodworking shop right behind the garage
Inside the tool shed at the back of the yard - Dad could put his hand in there on anything he needed!
A view of the back of the house and yard - spring scene (Remember the lush tall garden in the summer?
Okay, it's time to go inside the house and explore the rooms. Shall we start with the Kitchen-dining room and the living room?
Or, the Bedrooms, bath and sunroom
Maybe the basement where my room is?
Links to some photo stories I did last summer when the garden was all luscious and attractive;
Our Garden in the summer of 2006:
May Preparations and Sowing
June Rains Make Plants Jump Up
July Jubilations Over Abundance
August - Heavy into Harvest
September Sweep Up
NOTE: Special thanks to George Descalchuk for sharing his photos!
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