You probably know this, because I complain about it every time I try to take a photo of a bathroom, but I really hate taking photos of bathrooms! Well, the ones in the Hinckley house, anyway. None of them has … Continue reading
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Happy Hinckley house! Our one-year houseiversary isn’t until March 30th, but Rob’s got a friend flying in to visit today, so I figure it’s okay to celebrate a few days early, just so there’s an extra cake-eating person around. Plus, … Continue reading
When I started living in Minneapolis, I noticed how my little corner of the world felt so much bigger when the weather was nice — because I spent time in the yard. So that even truer here at the Hinckley … Continue reading
I was looking through photos of the Hinckley house the other day and put together this image of all four seasons. Click here to see it larger. This is the ‘front yard’, mainly taken from the same point of view, … Continue reading
I was just saying to Rob that I think I need a ‘blogging plinth’ on which to take photos of food for the blog. All the regular surfaces (counters, table) are in poor light, so I wind up putting my … Continue reading
This photo is almost two years old, but I think it nicely illustrates what we avoided tonight! The house felt chilly this afternoon, and Rob noticed that the air coming out of the vent this evening wasn’t hot. And the … Continue reading
Do you remember when I mentioned putting together a zillion bookcases a while back? They’re in the family room. Rob and I had talked about lining the two ‘outside’ walls with shelves, because there can never be too much storage … Continue reading
Today’s NaBloPoMo prompt is ‘If you could live anywhere, where would it be?’, which I originally found a bit ‘meh’ (I could say that about most prompts for most things, though), but I guess it’s sort of appropriate, since I … Continue reading
Look! I finally got around to photographing the entire house, and I posted a tour on the Hinckley House blog. See it here!
Maybe you’re tired of seeing photos of trees in a landscape (or Hipstamatic shots, for that matter), but it’s so preeeetty outside! From foreground to background, there’s nicely clipped lawn (which stopped growing a few weeks back), pond, and birches.