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Mar 13

Vote for Roadside Landscape Features

Hi all!

I invite you today and for the next two weeks to help us select roadside landscape features, from the front door design to decorative planters and even the mailbox!

Also look for another update from the home site coming your way this week. We’re making quite a bit of progress. The green siding is growing on me!

  • Posted at 11:01 am on March 3, 2012
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  1. My goodness! It was a challenge to get ON this page! It bounced and danced for joy as I tried! Yeah! Accomplished mission! This is the vote I've been waiting for! Thanks, DIY! Here I go…. Whhhheeeeeeee……. xD:pB)<3 Kitty

    DwnSoDwnEaster on March 13, 2012 at 11:06 am
    • I've missed you Kitty! Glad you're back & EXCITED! This vote represents another show I can hardly wait to see. I got a feelin' Jason will transform this space into one of the best little front yards in all of Maine.

      Mel on March 13, 2012 at 11:58 am
    • Hi Mel! I have SOOOooooo missed you too! I just got my Statewide Non profit yearbook–all 73 pages out to printer's moments ago! Whew! So glad. Been on it 3 weeks 24/7, doing illustrations, layout, Bylaws, membership info (538), so it was no small booklet. I get completely out of that Board of directors job on Friday, hooray! Burned out….Worthy cause, but time to let the younger ones take over, I say.

      Did you have trouble getting your vote(s) in, Mel? I was only able to vote once on this new vote the site keeps dancing and jumping around. Perhaps later today they'll fix it. I love the pergola, the raised herbs and plant garden, the etched glass door, the lobster doorknocker–very Maine! The soft subtlety of the "natural" pathway is charming. I was surprised to not see Lupines among the wildflowers–but these can be planted; so can Queen Anne's Lace–and surely, I shall plant white birch, since I saw none–and that was a surprise to me! What would you plant?;):p^_^<3 Kitty

      DwnSoDwnEaster on March 13, 2012 at 12:40 pm
    • Sorry for the delayed reply Kitty. Let me say hooray too, since you are looking forward to stepping down from your position on Friday. Selfishly I look forward to no further lapses in your blogging :)

      I had no trouble getting my votes in. I agree with you on the voting choices. Irregular flagging layed in a double stone pattern is my favorite walkway style, it's thrilling to see this hardscape design up for a vote. I don't know what I'd plant in Maine. Reading about the wind & mud season, cloudy skies, and long cold months I'd really have to give that some thought. I love all of the planting choices DiY put up for the vote, and would be happy with any of them. I agree with the planting choices you would add. Good Luck to you Kitty–hopefully this year a blogger Will Win this Lovely prize.

      Mel on March 13, 2012 at 7:57 pm
    • I'm so sorry it took so long to respond, Mel! I was at Conference delivering all those yearbooks yesterday, then got home in time to eat my birthday cake with family and crash for the night–long day! LOL! Thanks for your kind words! :) I'm sooo ready to be back at the blog–even though life goes on. I'm very surprised at the Maine flower choices. These are not bad. But Maine is known mostly for its Lupines and Turks Cap Lilies, for Queen Anne's Lace and of course, the White birch trees. Bulbs grow beautifully there, that is, if one can keep the chipmunks away from them and the moles too. Growing season may be short, but it is lush!

      Hostas do well, Clematis, bleeding hearts, honeysuckle, and much more–roses, including wild ones, which are ubiquitous and beautiful. With several hues and textures of evergreens one can create great garden layers that delight year round, I think. Mel I wish you loads of luck on winning too. Wouldn't it be a blast for a NC girl to win it? Main is a countryside unto itself–no other place like it in the world, I say!B)^_^xD<3 Kitty

      DwnSoDwnEaster on March 16, 2012 at 9:55 am
    • Hi Kitty, I'm glad your back.I've missed you. I was having problems with my computer lately, but maybe now it OK… Great things this round..Like you, I was having problems voting. I'm sure the network is totally clogged with voters and that is why we're having the problem….My thoughts on the P/C's. I voted for the Custom Address Marker because it had autumn leaves on it and the Lobstah knocker …the rest of mine are winning…Chat later, got to run!!!!!

      Jennie/Florida on March 14, 2012 at 12:40 pm
    • Hiya Jennie, I've just closed my last box of those Yearbooks I was working on–to be delivered by me tomorrow and whoopee, I'm done!!! :) Loving this round. Surprised by the DIY land give-away–very good cause–but might have been nice for winner to decide, since they had already announced the amount of acreage…. but I would personally have done similarly and with the same wonderful conservation Organization.I don't begrudge it . .Whenever there's a win and a benefit like that its a blessing so I'm happy!Love that custom address with the carved leaves! Don't understand why its not getting the votes.Wish they'd use the original antique door knocker don't you? Good night!

      DwnSoDwnEaster on March 14, 2012 at 10:05 pm
    • Hi Kitty, I wished you a "Happy Birthda" somewhere on this thread, but I can't seem to find it.
      I hope you had a great day with a Birthday Cake and all the trimmings..I know you're happy to get finished with the yearbooks, Now it's time for you to do the things you Enjoy most….
      I was happy that DIY donated the 30 acres….Great to know .the land will be protected, but I do think that DIY should have handled it a bit different. Kitty, I was wondering how "I" was going to take care of all that land…Ha Ha!! but the 21 acres is still a big chunk of property to take care of..
      My only concern is the property they're getting on the North side of the Barn…I'm thinking that will be their access to the 30 acres and seems, it will be an encroachment on the barn area…
      Maybe I'm wrong, it just looks too close to the barn and will take away the barns' beautiful setting if they put a road there…What do you think????
      I do wish they had put the original Antique Door Knocker in with the other choices we have to vote on….I like the planters, but surely Jason isn't going to put them in the front yard, maybe down on the south side of the BC where the basement door is and where there is plenty of sun….
      I wouldn't want the planters to be close to the road, first it wouldn't be practical, dust from road, maybe people helping themselves, dogs hiking and most important it's not a good focal point for the front yard..JMT…..
      It's a Beautiful day here on the East Coast of Florida with 82 degrees, Sunny and a nice breeze.. and the nights have been in the 60's….Sooooo nice. Wish it was like this all year long. I would be so spoiled!!!!
      I've cut my yard already and getting ready to fertilize my plants..I'm already getting new leaves on my Wisteria vine ..Love it…… got to go…Have a good day, Kitty!!

      Jennie/Florida on March 16, 2012 at 2:39 pm
    • Lost my "Y"

      Jennie/Florida on March 16, 2012 at 2:44 pm
    • What you say makes perfect sense,Jennie. I was thinking about farm animals, specifically horses.. The giveaway, took away lands that would have been necessary to graze–that the owner would have to have cleaned off trees and some debris for grazing but definitely needed. I'd rather have seen that than having to lead the horses across the road daily. I' am genuinely happy to have the MVLT involved–just was surprised about the outright gift of advertised prize land prior to award leaving the award recipient with no choice. I confess I had already PLANNED to bring in the conservancy, if I won, for tax abatement purposes. I really believe in their mission, so I am very proud and happy–just shocked at how it all went down ,again, so awkwardly. In this case the win-win is DIY and MVLT's. There's less land to be written off for the winner, or utilized proactively by the winner. I haven't been very settled with that division of land beside the barn, but need to know more. I think that part may be come an Achilles tendonitis issue, due to loss of important utilitarian space….And I don't intend to be saying this in an adversarial manner–it's just an unplanned for reality and somebody may suffer the consequences….:|^_^:)<3Kitty

      DwnSoDwnEaster on March 18, 2012 at 10:41 am
  2. Come on every Blogger! New Vote for landscape features! xD:p:*<3 Kitty

    DwnSoDwnEaster on March 13, 2012 at 11:17 am
    • Yahoo! Love it! Miss the Gong! Oh wait, that was a different home!

      BunnyInTheSouth on March 13, 2012 at 1:20 pm
    • Hi BunnyInTheSouth! Cool stuff to vote on, huh? Is your kitty a Siamese, or… I have a Ragdoll with similar features as yours, the black face, ears not as dark, but darker than taupe head, white paws, very fluffy–my baby girl. Your Kitty is beautiful! Have a great day! B):pxD<3 Kitty

      DwnSoDwnEaster on March 13, 2012 at 1:34 pm
    • Hi DSDE, Slinky is a Tonkinese. She has the Champagne coat with Mink points. She has the most beautiful blue eyes. My father had the same color of eyes! I can't help but think of him when she gazes at me! I love Ragdolls! Have you seen the new Animal Channel show about kitten and puppy cuteness? Last Saturday they featured Ragdoll kittens! Now that's too cute! What is your baby girl's name?

      Yes, I'm loving the new category to vote on! I can't wait to see the complete remodel.

      BunnyInTheSouth on March 13, 2012 at 1:53 pm
    • Why in the world would somebody give a thumbs down for someone saying something pleasant, complimentary and encouraging to another Blogger? Go figure???o.0:S:|<3Kitty

      DwnSoDwnEaster on March 13, 2012 at 2:30 pm
    • It may not be deliberate. A year or so back I tried to give a thumbs up to a blog I liked but my cursor flickered (I use a wireless mouse) and I hit the thumbs down instead. Once done it can't be retrieved or corrected. It's a silly system designed to enable the website to collect data and causes more harm than good IMO. I hate it, no longer do it and pay no attention to it whatsoever. After all, I did reach 16 thumbs down last year just for suggesting that DIY not have a sweepstakes but instead give the house to a charity that voters could decide from a short list. ^_^

      Clive on March 13, 2012 at 3:05 pm
    • Thanks for the info Clive! Have a great day!:DB)Kitty

      DwnSoDwnEaster on March 13, 2012 at 3:14 pm
    • Hi Kitty –I found that I had voted for the same choices you've mentioned .;)

      LLColeman on March 14, 2012 at 3:31 am
    • Me three, even the lobstah…

      Mel on March 14, 2012 at 8:11 pm
    • Hi all,__ Kitty, I didn't have any trouble voting just to let you know. It took no time at all to vote.( Wonder if that is the difference of liking choices?) Hope later doesn't present any problems for registering your votes.__Sounds like you have been VERY busy! Finally completed your year book, now you can relax!!!!! Hooray for you! Must be a relief to have it done and out of the way! We should celebrate with you on Friday!__I went over to Lisa's fb site and got lost looking at all her picts.After that took a trip to Peru to study Alpaca's. (Just got back in time to vote. : ) Had to go learn about these adorable creatures.

      Windeeone on March 13, 2012 at 6:37 pm
    • continued :
      Have to admit was a little panic stricken when told I could lead them over to the field and around the yard…brought back memories of the family German Shepherd taking me out for a drag. Yes, he did do that, he spotted a puppy and the next thing I knew was I on my knees (and not necessarly in prayer) headed in a direction I wasn't planning on going. Yup, eventually got up, brushed myself off except for the grass stains on jeans and went and sat in the car until the kids were done playing. Didn't have any ice to cool the blush in my cheeks though. So that was why a trip to Peru was in order. Have to know how to deal with Alpaca's should they turn out to be neighbors and danelion purveyors . They will eat them and more will grow..,.,,..Yes………! ………………………………….LOL__Love the choices this round. This house has everything and more, than anyone could ever want!!!__Is that door knocker going to look funny below the glass panels?__Well got to run…..have to be somewhere… glad Mel likes this round….You go girl! Enjoy Posting ladies………Windee :)

      Windeeone on March 13, 2012 at 6:37 pm
    • LOL! Windee, you had me roaring, picturing that shepherd dragging you–I should be ashamed of myself! Were you hurt?–or just your pride? Seems most everyone likes this round–about time! have a great evening! ^_^;)<3 Kitty

      DwnSoDwnEaster on March 13, 2012 at 7:16 pm
    • :) Kitty don't be ashamed,it is funny now, but wasn't at the time it happened.Thank you, but no wasn't physically hurt, can't say the same about the pride. I was mortified!!! Can you imagine, the dog was only 6 months old when it happened. He was a big, beautiful dog which I never walked again. lol Suprised to hear that aren't you…….lol
      Husband couldn't understand why I always refused to walk the dog, guess he would have had to be there to fully understand. Probably should have shown him the the rather large grass stains on both knees on jeans so he would have had a visual and a little more perspective on the situation.
      Glad every one loves this round Finally..! got to run mouse is doing funny things and have to get to bed after one more post. Hope all is well with you and your family xD:)<3 Windee Sleep Well!

      Windeeone on March 13, 2012 at 10:38 pm
    • Windee I missed you too, glad you are back to share your funny stories!
      When something like you described happens to me, I immediately look around to see if anyone is filming me with their smart phone. I never want to see my mishaps broadcasted on You Tube with a million views—that IS the kind of luck I have. :)

      Yes this round is a Winner!

      Mel on March 13, 2012 at 8:10 pm
    • Hi Mel !__Missed you too, Thank you! Second time writing this post :( It seems my mouse has a mind of its own, so gonna make this quick before I have another do over. ;) Glad you are enjoying this round! Been thinking about you since the start of the landscape voting and wondering how it was going for you.
      Poked my head in after the start of the first one, but didn't sound like you were enjoying it, so glad you like this better! Post away!!!! You go girl! :) This is your favorite part. Enjoy!!!!
      Thank you for bringing me up to speed, re: smart phones. what do you do if you discover your being filmed? Can't tackle the guy or girl, right? I'm weak in this area.:) Too bad you couldn't get paid if it wound up on You Tube, could make a fortune! lol sorry…We both be rich from the sounds of things!
      I used to look around for Candid Camera when these things happened. I was relieved when they went off the air and thought I was safe. Wrong Again. Hope the smart phone never get's ya! Good Night. Windee :)

      Windeeone on March 13, 2012 at 11:04 pm
    • Good–they must have fixed the bouncy page! It was very weird. I've missed chatting with you, and I'm delighted about your trip to Peru! Great place and perfect place for Alpaca info–how big DO they get? We'll have to grow big dandelions!

      Thanks for the kind wishes about my project. I'm so relieved it's over. Must still deliver them at Conference this Thursday, but thankfully, my board job is gone Friday. Whoopee! I'm gonna dance a jig!

      The vote choices are good. Do want raised berry planters, but NOT in the front yard–in the South side yard would be great–hope they've planned it that way! But I want the antique original door knocker they showed us fixed up and used again, don't you??!!;)xD^_^<3 Kitty

      DwnSoDwnEaster on March 13, 2012 at 7:11 pm
    • I wonder if they are saving the found antique knocker to put on a bathroom door, LOL. Of course when voting, I like to lean to classic and traditional, but that 'lobster' was too much fun a temptation !

      LLColeman on March 14, 2012 at 3:37 am
    • Hi LL!!! I love the lobster and it is very fitting. Certainly, I don't understand why people keep voting for formal things for a farm house Maine cottage-type get-away! And what ever happened to the WONDERFUL old man door knocker from the original door. It would be perfect–yes, even for a bathroom door! LOL! I'm voting lobstah for sure though hope we can sway the tide soon That's the only vote I'm losing! Hope they put the raise berry beds on the Southern side yard!!! Only place to put it, I think–certainly don't want my food growing by the front door on the North side would you?….B):*<3 Kitty

      DwnSoDwnEaster on March 14, 2012 at 12:00 pm
    • Good job Kitty with all your work:p
      You were missed. I agree I do not understand some of the formal votes? I go for the lobstah too!:p^_^o.0

      RuffyBC on March 15, 2012 at 9:37 am
    • Hiya, Ruffy! Gee I missed you also! Been a while! I'm so glad to be back… Today's my B'day and I think I'm a tad wiser, though some may disagree with my assessment of that :) One of my decisions IS to pamper myself with more time doing things I love to do—and, believe it or not, this Blog is one of them–I'm darn tootin' hooked! :)

      B'day Dream: Hope a huge community mass of Monster LOBSTAHs take over the Blog vote and eat that formal door knocker–they're scavengers and will eat anything, so we can get this BC looking more Maine and less formal. After that I hope the Maine Lobstermen and Women catch all of them, make a great profit, due to the exponential weight gain, then we buy them–and have us a huge Lobster bake. I'll give lobstah eating lessons to those who don't know how to get ALL the meat out and think that only the tails have good meat–SURPRISE! Some of the sweetest lobstah meat can be found in the body….and more. Haste makes waste. How's that for a start? C-e-l-e-b-r-a-t-i-o-n!!!:*B):p<3 Kitty

      DwnSoDwnEaster on March 15, 2012 at 10:03 am
    • Happy Bday! Kitty
      You are wise!:p Best wishes and God Bless!
      You go girl!^_^

      RuffyBC on March 16, 2012 at 8:29 am
    • Why Thanks, Ruffy! I think the wisest thing I'm doing now is to count backwards from now on….:) 61-60-59-58-57-56-55-5….B)xD;):p Cake was good. Wish I coulda' shared it with the Blog!<3 Kitty

      DwnSoDwnEaster on March 16, 2012 at 10:05 am
    • Missed you too Kitty ! I don't know where the time goes.__Glad you were able to vote with out any difficulty. :) __Tomorrow it will be gone, yearbook that is! :) and I will make sure to celebrate for you come Friday!__
      FYI Alpaca's don't seem to be very tall 32 inches to 39 inches, but they can weigh 106lbs to 185lbs! Still not sure about walking them. We will have to see if we can get lessons from Lisa as to what her Alpaca's like or don't. Oh and just so you know pack an unbrella (will be too hot for rain coat) when you visit them, because they can spit too! They usually spit at other Alpaca's but have been known to send some flying in the direction of a human. lol__

      Windeeone on March 14, 2012 at 11:09 pm
    • Continued :
      We can help Lisa out as they can eat 1 to 2 percent of their body weight per day! Plenty of dandelions for them to snack on and don't need to be large. Although we can try some miracle grow and see what happens. :) Life is an adventure, we will have to try it :) :D_
      Hope the raised planters are in the back yard or side of house, not the front! I am having a hard time with the door knockers. Not sure if I would like any of them on those doors. Need door bell. Put lobster knocker to the side of the door? It would make a nice orniment inside too? Well have to go, computer acting up….:( rulled out mouse, got a new one and i am feeling like I am not alone here, things just keep popping up and loosing web page. LOL……….Good Nite everyone! Sleep tight……..Windee :)

      Windeeone on March 14, 2012 at 11:10 pm
    • I would say Lisa's alpacas, and others I've seen, are at about eye level with me and I'm 5'10". Maybe the 39" is to the shoulders. Lisa's just came out and stared at us, no spitting or anything.

      Camac on March 14, 2012 at 11:44 pm
    • That sounds about the height I remember for alpacas, Carole. I don't recall any spitting on me, but they were very tame and people friendly. Like camels, though, they can spit, if upset. So can people–LOL. So much happening with BC! Hope you are well! I've really been off line a lot on project lately but thought of you often. Many blessings…xDB)<3Kitty

      DwnSoDwnEaster on March 15, 2012 at 9:32 am
    • LOL……"so can people"….isn't that the truth, in more ways than one……. thanks…for the chuckles Kitty…….Windee :)

      Windeeone on March 15, 2012 at 7:32 pm
    • LOL! LOL! xD:*:p<3 Kitty

      DwnSoDwnEaster on March 16, 2012 at 10:08 am
    • ohhhhhh. I must have been around young ones and just assumed they were all that size. :S .No one told me they grew bigger than that.( I thought they looked young.) May be if they did,they figured I'd never get over my fears. lol Ignorance can be bliss sometimes. LOL
      I think you are correct, shoulders,,,, slapping my forehead. Ahhh forsure I'm not walking them!
      Alright, Kitty bring a parasol just incase. It will keep the hot sun off your head, and if need be a shield should you need it.
      Once again, Camac brought some light to the subject and I am greatful.Thank You Camac I will make sure I am prepared for the future!:S…………….Windee :) :D

      Windeeone on March 15, 2012 at 7:26 pm
    • diy,i really like the landscape, and the front door.It will be fantastic!I love the colors of the plants.A VERY VERY GOOD jOB.tHANKS.

      Cristina Zagra on March 23, 2012 at 7:20 pm
  3. Nice choices this round! I hope the pergola will be the popular choice, love the split door, and berry patch.

    AnneEliseSouth on March 13, 2012 at 11:26 am
    • AES, I am hoping the planters could hold blueberry bushes, and that they will grow well on the side nearest the road. The front yard is not very deep, but there may be a front terrace. The planters might line the terrace edges, for all we know. I voted for them, even though I think the herb pockets are cool—wish they could use both. The kitchen seems like it may have a door to the front terrace ? If so, how nice to walk out to gather some herbs while cooking…

      LLColeman on March 14, 2012 at 3:41 am
  4. YiPEEE! I'm lovin' it! The front yard is gonna look mighty welcoming. I'm happy to see a pergola up for the vote, and a stone floor for the terrace!! Way to go DiY & Knickerbocker!

    Mel on March 13, 2012 at 11:49 am
    • Looks like the pavers that were used outside last year's BC. Easy and less expensive to lay, although I would've loved flagstones. Flagstones probably crack in freezes, and cost more too..waaahhh….=/

      LLColeman on March 14, 2012 at 3:44 am
    • You're right about those pavers. :)

      MaryMead on March 19, 2012 at 8:01 pm
  5. Don't think you can go wrong with any of these choices. I'll just sit back and see what the voters decide (as always . :) ). I prefer the pergola as I would be inclined to consider a more solid cover for the terrace to help keep snow off the front door and it should be easy to modify some part of that. A trellis is easy for the eventual owner to add if they wish to fill the 'blank' space where the old front door was.

    Go butterfly bush! :D

    Clive on March 13, 2012 at 11:51 am
    • It's not a butterfly bush, but Butterfly weed – a very different plant.

      Windsmurf on March 13, 2012 at 3:54 pm
    • You're absolutely correct. My slip. It's an Asclepia not a Buddleia. However, it will both attract butterflies, especially swallowtails, and, being a milkweed, it will be a host plant for those colorful seasonal migrants, the monarch butterflies also.

      Anyone interested in herbal medicine will probably know it's also know as pleurisy root because the root was chewed by Native People as a cure for pleurisy and other pulmonary ailments. :)

      Clive on March 13, 2012 at 4:16 pm
    • You are a wealth of plant knowledge, and butterflies are great so a plant that will attract them is a good thing.

      Windsmurf on March 14, 2012 at 9:37 am
  6. I like what I've seen so far. But I am unable to vote on anything for some reason. Hopfully I get the problem fixed for next season.

    sonny collier on March 13, 2012 at 11:58 am
  7. Yeah! All but two of my choices are winning! I am a bit confused with the pergola/trellis choice, though. How exactly will the trellis work? As for the pergola, will it have foliage on it, and if so, what kind? Could make for an interesting winter!

    Debra G. on March 13, 2012 at 12:41 pm
  8. Love the pergola, I would plant wisteria or lace vine that climbs up and over……I can't wait to move in;)

    darby10 on March 13, 2012 at 1:01 pm
    • Have you ever planted wisteria before? I have and it wasn't pretty…let me explain better, it was very pretty but it overpowers the whole area, you will have wisteria everywhere, even in place that you don't want it. I eventually had to take mine all away because it got so large.

      maria_w_in_nj on March 14, 2012 at 6:35 am
    • I agree completely. Wisteria (which I believe will not grow well this far north) & Lace Vine grow really fast. Lace Vine can grow upwards of 20ft per season. They need constant, drastic pruning to keep them under control. If they grow up the house side there may be problems with the siding warranty as these plants can easily force their way into small openings such as where the siding panels meet and cause problems rapidly. Maybe some less fast growing and lower maintenance native vines such as woodbine (fragrant flowers & bird attracting berries) or coral honeysuckle (fragrant and attracts humminbirds) would be better. IMO of course. :)

      Clive on March 14, 2012 at 11:01 am
    • Hi Clive, I have the Coral Honeysuckles, love the fragrance and blooms, the hummingbirds go crazy for them. They sound like a swarm of bees attacking, they also like my Bottle Brush tree……maybe Morning Glory's would grow at the BC.They have a great fragrance and a pretty bloom.

      Jennie/Florida on March 14, 2012 at 12:12 pm
    • Maria Jersey girl! Hi!
      I agree about the wisteria-I went through the same experience and ended up chopping it down before it took the whole pergola down:S! I think a better choice of plant may be a trumpet type honeysuckle. I have many and the hummingbirds and Orioles love it:p It also does not harm the pergola. Looks very pretty too! I am loving the stone and the pergola, terrace idea and mailbox-all good so far. This is getting interesting now^_^o.0

      RuffyBC on March 15, 2012 at 9:44 am
  9. Nice stuff, I will totally enjoy all of these features. I also wish that the front entrance would be covered, you don't want to let the rain and snow in…. Seems like a porch is out of the question at this point so I'll take the pergola. I hope that has some kind of a cover on it besidens the foliage.

    AnneFinn on March 13, 2012 at 1:01 pm
    • …besides the foliage that was….

      AnneFinn on March 13, 2012 at 1:03 pm
  10. Thanks for another round of blog cabin things to vote for…

    dreamn_again on March 13, 2012 at 1:12 pm

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