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WELCOME,PULL UP A CHAIR AND COME SIT A SPELL WITH ME. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO LEAVE A MESSAGE OF JUST SAY HI,BE MY GUEST,LOVE TO MEET NEW PRIM FOLKS, BLESSINGS, FRANCINE.







Wednesday, 6 August 2014

I'M BACK

Greetings Prim Folk,  I am back from the lake and catching up with you all, well, trying.  Laundry is overflowing, flowers need watering but I wanted to say hello, I missed you.   Was a really hot few days at the lake, but I will not complain, or try not to.   The porch is up  and I am a happy camper, YAY!!!! The guys worked really hard getting the porch put together all weekend,  they did get out on the pontoon boat to do a little fishing too, good thing.  I was staining the boards yesterday while Cam was putting the last finishing touches on the side walls, still a couple things to finish up on it but the worst is over.  We are thinking of a tin roof instead of shingles, any hints out there???   I moved a few things around now that the porch is in place, that was fun, always enjoy a decorating challenge..........Wishing you all a wonderful day, thanks for popping in, Summer Blessings Francine.
the trailer porch


in the trailer  corner

cozy swing nook in the bushes

26 comments:

  1. Looks great and that swing looks so inviting!! Welcome back :-)

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  2. Love all the warm welcoming touches! The porch turned out great!

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  3. Tin it is lighter and you can hear the rain:)

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  4. The porch looks great, glad you had a good time ;)

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  5. What a lovely porch!! I think a tin roof sounds perfect!!

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  6. Love the sound of rain hitting a metal roof...puts me right to sleep. Love it.
    Hail on the other hand can be a little noisy but I still like it.
    do it francine.
    Very sweet how you decorated your sweet abode.
    hugs
    Earlene

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  7. Beautiful! I enjoyed the photos so much.

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  8. Hi Francine, What a great place to enjoy the summer.....so relaxing and adorable! The swing is perfect....that's where I would be..unless it's raining, then the porch would be perfect!! Blessings~~~Roxie

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  9. WOOHOO ! You have a porch again ! Looks wonderful as does the rest I like the blanket on the swing . Glad you had a nice time . The mornings here have been cool fall like even and the days warm but with cool breezes I think our fall will arrive early this year !Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

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  10. That looks so great! I love the cozy corner. Maggie

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  11. You'll get caught up in no time! Have a wonderful day my friend! Hugs!

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  12. Looks like a wonderful and peaceful place to catch up with us bloggers! Enjoy!

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  13. That's perfect. I'm convinced that we all need a porch! :-)

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  14. Welcome home!!

    The porch looks great!!

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  15. You don't have much pitch to your roof, and shingles might leak. I would use metal and you won't have any leaks. When there is not much pitch, the water does not run off that fast, and the wind can blow it back up under the shingles, and eventually it will start to leak, and the wood will stay wet for a long time and eventually, you start to have problems with rot.

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  16. Here I am, breaking my "once-a-week" rule. lol. We re-roofed our home a few years ago, and used metal roofing. It's very sturdy and will withstand a lot of inclement weather a lot better than the shingles (we think).

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  17. Love it Francine, it looks so cozy. As for the roof, hmmmmm either one would work but the rains sounds nicer on a tin roof.

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  18. Looks like a slice of paradise! Heaven when it rains!
    Robyn

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  19. I saw something somewhere the other day and thought of you. Love your style.

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  20. Looks super hem cozy Sweet Potato.
    Welcome back.
    Woolie hugs

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  21. Porch looking good. Tin roofs can be a bit noisy when it rains...just have to get use to it. Love your little hideaway. Janice

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  22. Oh, Francine....I just love your lakeside retreat! The porch is just beautiful...and your swing looks so relaxing! Would love a place on a lake!

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  23. Tin roof, gentle rain, cup of coffee......perfect!
    Welcome back Francine!
    Kari

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  24. Looks cozy!
    Have a wonderful weekend!

    Sandi

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  25. I still can't get over these permanent camp sites - so awesome. YAY! The porch turned out great! Good luck with the roof. ~*~Lisa

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