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December 14, 2010
May 15, 2011
This has been so informative and I've learned so much from all of you. Even though I don't live in the country I'm a nature lover and country girl at heart. The closest I ever was to living in the country was during my childhood and early adult years when my family owned a camp in the Adirondacks. Unfortunately after the death of my Dad we sold the property since it would not have been practical to keep it, not to mention too expensive. Dad was very handy when it came to maintenance and building but with his loss we would have had to hire someone to do the needed work when the occasion arose. It's so sad and at times I still get a little homesick for that wonderful chapter in my life…….but, life does go on.
March 15, 2012
So sorry, VictorianGirl, but you surely did your best … and I agree with you that this certainly has been very informative indeed. Enjoyed the post, even though we didn't get the ending we had hoped for … thank you for sharing your adventure with us. And thank you, Ross and BuckeyeGirl!
May 15, 2011
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