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August 16, 2017

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Mike and Gerri

What an outstanding restoration on the Brightman/Lee House!! Mike and I just love old period antiques and old houses!! This home is magnificent!! I would love to spend some time walking in those rooms. The wood and carvings are just not seen anymore. Great craftsmanship!! Thanks so much for sharing!!

Marsha

Oh how gorgeous! I just love all the furniture! I can see why she couldn't afford to keep all the rooms open. I bet in today's fuel prices, it would cost a small ransom to heat that place.
The woodwork and carvings are outstanding!

Janice L Evans

That Lydia is an absolute doll, and is getting old enough to enjoy having you guys nearby, I would think. She will miss you more when you leave this year, I think.

Beautiful gardens, even when not at their prime, are a wonderful excuse for a nice walk.

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