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  • Posted July 10, 2010 by Brenda Nelson Viewed 3494 times

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When we were in the Buffalo National Wilderness area, we passed by this little house and I had to stop the car! It sits on top of a hillside, overlooking a huge forested valley, with gigantic rock bluffs facing it. I found everything about this place completely charming!

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    • # Sara G

      Very charming..looks like a magical cottage off by itself..love it..nice photos!

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    • # Moira

      Isn't it strange that in some countries they put a horse shoe on the door usually for luck but if I'm not telling a lie!!! In Scotland you have the horse shoe placed the other way round from this picture as I was always told that the luck run in and stayed in that way .
      In italy I've noticed they place them like this one in the photo.
      great charming set.

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    • # Artbee

      What a lovely place this is Brenda. It has an English cottage
      charm. Love the Ivy vines covering the walls. Great photos!

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    • # Huiching

      Yes, charming is the best description for this lovely house. Look at the green grass and the ivy!! Wow.

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    • # Marsha

      What a quaint old residence! The rustic door w/moose is so lovely and welcoming....and I LOVE the ivy. Can see why you had to stop and shoot, Brenda! Does the raised deck look out over a gorgeous scene?

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    • # Becky

      What a wonderful building, if it could talk about it could tell quite some stories!

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    • # Lucinda

      Oh, what a neat, quaint "Lodge". Very nice captures. My favorite is #2. I like the close up of the full door.

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    • # Larry Nelson

      I remember seeing this, and stopping so you could photograph it! Sure is a long way from the grocery store!
      Nice series, Brenda!

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