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Thursday, January 17, 2013

APPALACHIAN HOME


Snuggled into a hillside -- ready for wintry weather


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    1. turquoisemoon -- Nice to have you stop by and comment -- thanks -- barbara

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  2. Nice shot -- I especially like the air conditioner.

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    1. Vicki -- I don't think the air is on right now -- we have had very cold weather at night. thanks -- barbara

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  3. What a wonderful old house. And I love your new header photo!

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    1. Teresa -- This is a house that talks many feelings -- thanks -- barbara

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  4. Great old homestead, but I bet it's a bit 'brisk' inside those walls.

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    1. Birdman -- Could be -- I do see a stack of firewood on the back porch if one looks very closely -- thanks -- barbara

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  5. Your new banner is just awesome.

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    1. Tabor -- I do appreciate the nice comment on my header. Photo taken a couple weeks ago in Estill County. thanks -- barbara

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  6. I like this. It looks like it needs a touch of love.

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    1. Michelle -- My thoughts would be that older folks live here. Just a thought. thanks -- barbara

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  7. Just love this wonderful old house!

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    1. It is a wonderful house. I dated it about the early 1900s. thanks -- barbara

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  8. This house has a lot of southern character....I would love to live on a ridge in a holler like you with my camera. )

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    1. Dee, It's a long story of how I arrived to where I live now. If my background wasn't cultural anthropology and/or I didn't have a camera interest I don't know how I would have made it here. But now I certainly recognize the culture, the natural surroundings, and all the great spots to photograph. But I have been nomadic in my past so no telling how long I will be here. thanks -- barbara

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  9. Snuggled. Now that's a good concept...

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    1. troutbirder -- Like snuggling into the surrounding hills when the weather is getting colder. thanks for the comment -- barbara

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  10. My first thought is that the house is crying for paint. Charming, but definitely needs paint.

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    1. NCmountainwoman -- the missing paint tells a story -- thanks -- barbara

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