Just sold my 1911 building

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Patchules
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Just sold my 1911 building

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Time to take a break with this restoration stuff and watch the rest of you for a bit.
Carry on. ;=}

SkipW
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Re: Just sold my 1911 building

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Where was it? Maine or Baltimore?

Enjoy the break....you know you'll be back {;-}
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Patchules
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Re: Just sold my 1911 building

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In Maine not far from Bar Harbor. All my stuff is stuffed into a Store It type facility. Need to rent a truck at some point. I still work on my son's places, a Craftsman 4 square style and the other a row home as energy permits. I am renting in MD until I find a home that it is hoped will not be another huge project. But there is a church I may go look at, you know, just a quicky look/see.

Kansas. 1911.
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hahaha

That's a path I don't want to be on. My husband says that he is finished with old houses. He has no interest in moving or in fixing up another house. However, if either of the daughters needed him, he'd be right there.
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SkipW
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Re: Just sold my 1911 building

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Make sure you take the checkbook for the quicky look/see.......

Been there done that, that's how we ended up in this house. Bought it without my wife ever seeing it. When she did she cried and thought I had lost my marbles. Years later....she doesn't want to leave....
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Patchules
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Should have included a picture. It was difficult to leave this one. It has been a project since 1999. Sometimes there was snow...
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donoinmass
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Re: Just sold my 1911 building

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How cool is that!!!?!?!? :) Teasing us with outside pics....have any of the inside to share? What an awesome building!!!!
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Patchules
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Re: Just sold my 1911 building

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donoinmass wrote:How cool is that!!!?!?!? :) Teasing us with outside pics....have any of the inside to share? What an awesome building!!!!
Some pics here

http://www.picturetrail.com/sfx/album/view/726848

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