Monday, March 11, 2013

What do you See?

Firewood?
 
Or a really challenging restoration project?
 
 
 
Would it's setting change your outlook?
 

 
 
 
Hope your day is full of looking at life from the bright side.
And always seeing the big picture.
~Joan
 
 
 
 


13 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

dang. sure looks worthy of saving (if you had big bucks to do it!)

Meg said...

What a beautiful house, and beautiful land! If only... :)

Lynne said...

Never would I think firewood . . . I love the little turret, wondering what "once was" and what it could be. If In a vineyard . . . I can see me tasting some wine . . .

Rosemary Aubut said...

I'll bet it was a beauty in its day! With a lot of money what a great restoration project!

Genie Robinson said...

I would say it is definitely worth restoration and the scenery around it is lovely.Looks like a deserted stagecoach town. I missed that naughty sheep and the fencing. I could not believe what I was seeing when I drove up to that complex. IT IS GORGEOUS. The barn looks like the upper part has been made into a loft. Just a stone's throw from the school.

Buttons said...

Oh first I seen the beauty then I seen the money it would cost to restore and then I seen why I would truly want to do it:) B

Debbie said...

gorgeous view....i say restore it!! i have big eyes!!

lauren jean allece said...

Project! Is this a new adventure for you guys?

Sue said...

definitely restoration if there was the money to do it. Love the turret

cecilia said...

How beautiful, i wonder who initially built it, though i would live in a tent just to get that view!! c

Madge Bloom said...

THAT is one gorgeous house, it would take a fortune, but would be worth every penny to restore to its former glory...

Allison said...

Challenging restoration! But don't tell the hubby I said that - I think he's pretty sick of that word. ;) LOVE these pictures!

katie metzroth said...

restoration project! what a lovely setting for a Money Pit. :)