Home at last.
back yard view when there is fog in the valley.
Fog. El capitan on the right.
Kitchen and dining area. Back patio is right through that sliding glass door.
All the appliances were here.
Kitchen from the other side. We still have to order some cupboard doors.
Living room as seen from the front door. The sheepskin belongs to Sophie.
Looking toward the front door. Check out the ceiling.
Hallway as seen from the front door. My office is on the immediate right.
My office. I love it, all my cool stuff is here.
Our bedroom. bathroom is on the right.
From our bedroom looking into hallway.
Ta da! The bathroom. Two sinks, two closets. We DO indeed use the tub and we siphon the water out to the trees. There is also a shower.
Hallway leading to Lily's room. Cabinet doors have been ordered.
Laundry area in hallway off kitchen. The hallway leads to the garage. There is also a little bathroom to the right of the broom closet area.
More garage. Epoxy floor, completely drywalled, even has the same baseboard as throughout the house.Has the same louvred windows as well.
View from the window behind the stove.
View from the kitchen window.
Stepping out onto the patio, looking northeast.
Stepping out onto the patio, looking northwest.
We call this the Old Folks' Planter Box because you don't have to get on your knees to plant anything. The couple was already in their 70s when they built this house.
They come to eat and drink. And be merry.
West side of the house, you're actually looking at the garage.
Mark's shed, on the west side of the house. His does NOT have electricity.
My shed, on the east side of the house. Mark bought me the mini tangerine tree in the foreground. Mystery tree to the right , peach tree on the far right.
Bathroom window far left, then two bedroom windows. The brick path goes all the way around the house so you can walk completely around it barefoot.
Looking northeast. My shed, a peach tree, and a mystery tree.
My shed. It has real windows, carpet, and electricity.
East side of front, looking west.
These beds need some work...I've planted a few lavenders.
Who is that guy?
I don't know, but he has a cute dog.
So, down the steps is a large expanse of this. I don't even know what to call it but we have almost an acre of it.
Back yard. It does have a Jacaranda tree!
Looking up to the house from the back yard.