Sunday, July 13, 2008

A peek out our front and back doors.

Here's out the front. Nice woods, but I've been told they will be developed. I don't think it will be any time soon though with the housing market the way it is.




Here's out the back door. We can see lots of trees. Most of them aren't on our property but it's still nice looking out our windows. There's a little gully and stream back there that are just calling to Saddi, so we've had to really keep a hold of her. People have told us that there are some people around who won't be treating a stray dog too well. We're planning on putting up a fence soon.




And look who I found out on the front porch. We don't have a screened porch anymore but the wicker worked nice out here. Kyra was doing some carving in a piece of driftwood that she found the day they all went to Poole's Mill Park and played in the river.


I'm glad to say that we've had a lot of rain since we've moved down here. I think we brought a bit of our 10,000 lakes with us and they (the rest of the Georgians) are mighty happy with it.

16 comments:

ladybug-zen said...

lovely new surroundings. trees are always wonderful to have as friends and neighbors.

mindy said...

I love the Minnesota link! And yes, thank you for bringing the rain...woo-hoo!

Madeline said...

We're happy that you're here, rain or not. I like the brick on your porch. The wicker looks great there.

suchlovelyfreckles.com said...

What a lovely house in a very lovely area. I like it. :)

Stephanie said...

It looks really nice, I love the porch. I'm glad your move went smoothly :)

Angie said...

Hey Kelli! Thanks for stopping by my blog - too bad you moved out of the 'up north' neighborhood:(

But if I were you, I'd move closer to Madeline too!

What was the reason for the move, if you don't mind my asking.

I'll be back often!

Sandra Dodd said...

Thank you for the peek out the front and the back. TREES! Just like your old house. :-)

Slightly wimpy trees, compared to your old house, but countless big trees all the same.

Your friend in the desert...

Alex Polikowsky said...

Very Cool!!! Loved the pictures, I could see some red clay in the back!!
Glad you all arrived safe and sound!

kelli said...

Thanks everyone for your comments :)

And Angie, we moved because my husband's job was "dissolved" in MN. Gainesville GA was a location for another position and where we had some friends.

Ren said...

I'm so happy to see a peek of your new place and to picture you down south!:)

And my tomatoes thank you for the rain.

Can't wait to see you guys!

Tina H. said...

Keep the pictures coming. I'll live through you.

Congratulations on a new beautiful house.

The fence sounds like a great idea. Hubby is southern and guns are a huge part of living there.

gail said...

Hooray.....You're here! We'll not exactly here for us but close enough to see you very soon! We can't wait!

gail said...

Hooray.....You're here! We'll not exactly here for us but close enough to see you very soon! We can't wait!

Well...not exactly. Not WE'LL. Very late. Long day. Where are those grammer police?

mesmith said...

Hey... best wishes to you guys as you move into this next phase of your lives. We'd be excited to live that close to the Stonebreakers too!

Zenmomma said...

We're so happy for you all. It looks wonderful! Hugs and kisses and love from the left coast. :o)

Karen said...

It's good to see your space. Have you shared a picture of the house itself? I mean, an outside view? It looks really lovely.
Sending you a hug...