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Out on the Limb

North of Seattle

Thursday, October 27, 2005

The purpose of this post is to introduce you to the house we have for sale.

Key features: clean air & water, quiet, room to run, river short walk away /
property is well above the flood plain
Climate: Relatively mild (for this far north) and no hurricanes...I promise!

Pictures here.

Realtor's online listing with property info here.

If you are a regular reader and wish to keep up with what's new, scroll down. This post will stay right here until the house is sold!!
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posted by Deb, 11:55 PM

3 Comments:

Is there anything you're keeping?
Like putting in a storage container? Photo's, object d'art etc. Heirloom pieces?
I don't know how you do it?
I really couldn't part with things of my Mom's, great grandmother or grandmothers.
My victrola is one thing I could never live without.
commented by Blogger Meow, 2:34 PM  
Yes....plenty, actually. For example, my great grandmother's (late 1800's) wicker rocking chair is still with us and will be put into storage. I have crockery purchased from another great-grandmother.

I did shed an antique sewing machine in a fine early 1900's cabinet....but my ex-husband got that for me :)
commented by Blogger Deb, 6:47 PM  
hi debbs.. is that you on my taggy??well your link did come out alittle faulty but it with blogspot.. its been cranky since i got a new skin... anywaes.. how have you been??its been seriously ages since i heard fomr you.. as in mails... keep in touch ya...
commented by Blogger pure T.O.N.E., 10:16 PM  

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