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! the first wofati - allerton abbey- version 0.7

 
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Amazing! So much work has been done since I popped in this thread last! Looks terrific!
 
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This place is really starting to look refined...nice job.
 
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Coco Newlon wrote:Jen is moved into the abbey (Jen and her cat)



Home sweet home!



Not to derail this topic by any means, but that cat looks like a Russian Blue!

How is it doing? I have a Russian Blue and it is a pretty wild cat. That is putting it mildly too!
 
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A bit about the floors at allerton abbey

 
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