Great job. A wonderful house crying out for restoration! Loved the story about Pug Horton. You resurrected a great deal of life in that 10 minutes. I enjoyed seeing your grandfather’s study. It appeared to be a perfect day for the filming – sunny and airy. And so another abandoned place makes it to the archive. —CC
Thank You So Much Chagall!! You made Me LOL!!!!
Did You get My One Actual Slip Up? In the guest room — I said to Amy that I had first spent My Time in that room with HER FATHER! — that should have been HER BROTHER! I married Amy’s Brother Peter Lynn Haeghaert on May 31st, 1987. And I should have said somewhere that My Grandparents bought the house in 1955 for one thousand dollars. The seller had asked for $800.00 and My Grandfather said, “Oh, I’ll give You a Thousand.”
I thought you were very brave in walking in and out the screen door – I had a brief vision of you going to the second floor and falling through the ceiling below you, or encountering some other life while going through the rooms. Consider restoring it and making it a venue for local artists or something. It could be beautiful for installations and such. No? I see it with fresh eyes. I am also intrigued to know what books were left behind. 🙂
Thanks again, Chagall. After just talking to My Son (Who has not seen the video yet) I have made another major slip up which is having held the phone camera vertically. Peak says I might have to re-do it. I told Him I do not want to have to do that — that I am happy with what I said on it — and as for restoring the place, I am merely a part-owner in the attached wood lot.
It is an excellent archival record of such an important part of your life. You will be glad to have it in years to come.
Thank You Lifecameos. You are so supportive and thank You for watching.
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