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Registered family brands, license plate of the Harley I rode, poetry book (first print job), autobiography I edited, & rally pins.
Registered family brands, license plate of the Harley I rode, poetry book (first print job), autobiography I edited, & rally pins.
  • Located on the corner of West Bute and Dunmore. (30 night minimum)
  • Octagonal windows in the foyer allow you to peak onto the street.
  • Registered family brands, license plate of the Harley I rode, poetry book (first print job), autobiography I edited, & rally pins.
  • Crochet pieces I made plus the tooled leather belt I wore for years.
  • Set yourself up here to work on the wireless net.
  • Table folds out to seat at least 6 people.  I crocheted the tablecloth myself.
  • The first silk tapestry I got in Germany.
  • Euro-style queen size sofa bed where you can watch some of my favorite dvds (Dad's saddle is NOT for sale).
  • I also picked up this silk tapestry when stationed in Germany.
  • Kitchen on the left, closet on the right, bath/shower straight ahead on the right.
  • This fully equipped kitchen has a new refrigerator and new stove.
  • Some magnets from hometowns of people who have stayed here.
  • There's more vegetable oil under the microwave if you need it.
  • Use the glass teapot to boil water - it won't break on the burner.
  • Dish drainer sits next to the deep sink on a counter top made from excess tiles.
  • Look close to see the aromatic, red, cedar shelves.
  • Close up of views on security monitors that provide a 360 view around building.
  • The second futon sits under a tapestry I got in Germany next to a window painting inspired by the butte behind the ranch house.
  • The walk-in closet features aromatic red cedar shelves, a full length mirror, a place to sit, a paper shredder and a foldable playpen for small folk.
  • I painted this window for my dark room, but moved it to the bedroom to provide privacy.
  • Main sleeping area with queen size purple mattress and  sheepskin rug to keep your feet warm in the morning.
  • I grew up getting out of bed onto a sheepskin - wouldn't live without one.
  • Look inside the schrunk for clean towels, sheets, blankets, or extra toilet paper.
  • Real maritime portholes
  • Wet bar has plumbed coffee pot. Be sure it's plugged in to make hot water!
  • Left buttons: top burners; On/lower stays red when on; press Start only once for hot water.
  • Porthole looks out into foyer - 2 doors separating you from the street!
  • Lockable porthole door uses same key code as front door.
  • This closet under the stairs is just that, a closet.  Nothing to look at here.  :-)
  • This art came from projects I finished during my first 10 years in business. I worked another 15 years after that but ran out of room on the door.  The first aid kit is fully stocked.
  • This old tractor was one of many discarded in the northeast pasture at the ranch.
  • Tiled bathroom/shower combo with towels and shampoo at  your fingertips.
  • Bathroom window gives a view of Deer's Ears from old Mundle's place that we annexed to the ranch in the early 80's.
  • This Euro-style shower has the temperature setting on the handle.  No stall, per say, since all the walls are tiled.
  • Old highway 212 going to the missile silo north of house inspired this night light in the foyer.
  • Note the address painted in the half-moon window.
  • Take a rest on the stone bench outside the front door.
  • Integrity, Discipline, and Creativity down the Dunmore side.
  • Catch some sun while you sit on this cute, little, white bench in back of the building.
  • Use the same code on this interior door you used to get in the front.
  • Please return the parking pass before you leave.
  • When you leave  lock all doors.  Pull the front door tight to ensure it is closed before you lock it.  Thanks!
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Registered family brands, license plate of the Harley I rode, poetry book (first print job), autobiography I edited, & rally pins.