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Ok it is 29 degrees out there but not too cold to go house hunting..so do you think that they will like the newly located colonial?
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It looks pretty UPscale -- if you've got the holes the right size, they should be moving in.  You'll know when you see the moving van... 

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at these  temperatures I expected to see smoke coming from the chimneys !!! we are SO dang cold here, at least with the fireplaces they should be warm enough..

only saw one, was out kicking down dead trees with a 6 year old for a couple hours after school..
 
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that is an adorable little home. I'm sure that they will move in quickly. maybe you need to take those dead trees and chop them up into tiny logs for tiny fireplaces  brrrrrrrr.
 
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so you don't think they have little bitty birdie chainsaws in their little satchels??
Suppose not, might be to much for their carry on bags during the commute..
Lots of deadwood around here..for sure...Katelin and I were knocking down "small" dead trees on our walk yesterday..(she is only 6)
 
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You need a little sign that says "To Let"
 
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now if you think we are going to climb all the way back up there to put up the sign..you have been using too many of those mushrooms/gourds that Sue planted (see kill husband post Sue's last entry)
 
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