Friday, August 31, 2018

Did You Miss These Posts? Summer Cabin Recap

Hello my friends!

I hope you had a wonderful summer and are looking forward to cooler weather in September.
If you missed any of my cabin posts this summer, here's a recap of what I shared in early summer.
I think it's always fun to look back and see how things have changed.

Just click on the links if you missed any of these posts or would like to revisit them. 

May 25


June 7


June 25


June 29


July 13


July 20


July 27


Thanks for taking the time for a second look.
I hope you enjoyed seeing the re-birth of Timberline Cabin. 

Happy September!

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10 comments:

  1. Hi Pat, you have added so much to the cabin - no wonder you love going there. I would welcome cooler weather, in AZ we still have 100+ degree days - so ready for cooler weather. If we didn't love our home so much I would seriously consider moving to a cooler climate.

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    1. Thanks so much Ann! Quite a few of our neighbors are from AZ and come to their cabins for the summer. Come on up! Hugs, Pat

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  2. You have done a great job on the cabin. I hope you are there to see the first snow. there is nothing like the first snow. And I might add...I hope you cleaned the bottom of those boots before you used them as bookends on that beautiful cloth.

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    1. Thanks M! Yes, the first snow should be spectacular although I'm not in any rush for it. I like to enjoy Fall for a while first. And, no worries, little boots were tidy. Hugs, Pat

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  3. Boy a lot of work in those posts have been done and the cabin is so cute and cozy. That was fun, have a great week.

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    1. Glad you enjoyed the look back Marlene. Stay tuned for more cabin news. Hugs, Pat

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  4. I have LOVED reading about your adventures and seeing the pics of your adorable little cabin, as well as the changes you have made. You have really made it cozy. My husband and I just bought a home in a tiny town in Montana. The house was built in 1913 and I am so eager to start putting my own touches on it!

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    1. Thank Theresa! How exciting that you just bought a historic home. I love Montana! I hope you have fun making it your own. Hugs, Pat

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  5. Hello Pat! I am visiting from Amaze Me Monday and I just LOVE your wonderful country, rustic cabin...and what a fabulous location! You have created a lovely haven there!

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  6. I love all your cabin posts...love that name, too:) It's great to watch all your progress. Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm. xo Kathleen|Our Hopeful Home

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