Wednesday, December 12, 2007

House-Hunting Again





For Wordless Wednesday.

31 comments:

Shesawriter said...

Those French doors are gorgeous. Happy WW! My My Wordless Wednesday

Maddy said...

Hope it's not too long a hunt.
Best wishes

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Blog Antagonist said...

It ALL looks good to me. How will we ever decide?

Mouse said...

Ooh, looks like a good coffee shop. And that, of course, is paramount.

Kyla said...

Give me that coffee! ;)

MAGIRK said...

Good luck with the house hunting!

Kathryn said...

Is this what the inside of your brain looks like?
I love the front door on the top pick. Gorgeous. The town looks absolutely charming.
And now I'm jonesing for a coffee. Mmmm.

Mac and Cheese said...

I know it seems like a chore, but still kind of exciting, no?

Catherine said...

It looks pretty!

Terri B. said...

Looks like the small town has good coffee! Sounds great to me!

edj said...

I would definitely choose the house with the cappuccino.
Hope this was helpful!

Sue said...

I love house hunting. (Now if only someone would buy my house...)

Lawyer Mama said...

The houses look so charming and so does the town.

Suz said...

Those are homes? That you are actually looking at? They are beautiful. Just plain beautiful.

Mad Hatter said...

You can't go wrong, really. That town is so pretty...

Jenifer said...

No time to shut the door...just give me that latte! They all look nice...oh the decisions.

Christine said...

those doors are heavenly.

Amanda said...

I love the street.

Patois said...

Oh, right, house hunting in the winter up there must be a big change from house hunting here in Northern California. The snow has got to make every home look so inviting.

JCK said...

The latte looks scrumptious. Obviously, the town has the essentials!

Jennifer said...

Oooh oooh I wanna live there too!

nomotherearth said...

At least you've got coffee...!

bubandpie said...

Suz - Well, the last two pics are of the coffee shop. :)

Patois - That's the thing - the house we saw yesterday is incredibly inviting in winter, but I'm trying to imagine what it will be like in the summer with no A/C...

Catherine said...

Still being tantalized by that cup of hot chocolate...

BTW, I just posted my book review for "His Dark Materials" (The Golden Compass books). I'd love to know what you think, fellow bookworm. :)

Mimi said...

Well, more reasons for me to come visit the grandparents now, right?

SusieJ said...

They all look great -- I hope it goes smoothly. Susiej

b*babbler said...

That's a beautiful entrance way in the first picture! That alone would probably sell me on the house!

Pieces said...

I responded to your comment at my place by email and it wouldn't go through! Did you INTENTIONALLY befoul my plan to respond to all my commenters by email? (Insert suspicious look here.)

And yes, I borrowed the word "befoul" from Beck's post today because I love it. A perfect word.

AprilMay said...

I was raised in big cities and lived in big cities until 3 years ago, when I moved to a small subdivision on the edge of farmlands... 5 minutes to the town center which is all of 6 blocks long.
And I love it! You will too. :)

Binkytown said...

OOH. House hunting is so much fun! Best of luck finding one just right.

Kelly said...

Ugh, I remember those days. Coffee with a nice head of foam seems like a delightful ending, though.