Celebrating an American lifestyle in our 1796 home.
Yes, that bike is cool. I really like you holiday decoration. Best of luck.
so glad you liked it Rosemary, thanks for taking the time to let me know.Karen
well..it looks pretty good for not being in use for so long! The door looks great a festive!
There are some sturdy reds in these photos!A SEEKER OF CRIMSON AND REDA seeker of crimson and redDid part her fair lips as she said,“A daiquiri’s fine,And so is red wine,But I prefer claret instead!”©2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherStill Life with Red Blossoms
I LOVE that decoration on your door, and your old bike too! Are you going to ride it, or is it just for decoration? Because to me, there's nothing better than an old bike used as yard art!Happy REDnesday,Carol
thanks Carol,I plan to use it!love an old bike for the yard too!Karen
Great door! Better yet in person!! Love it!
I think you will do well...AND you will look fabulous too :))
thanks Francie-I hope I do well and of course I want to look great too-. hehe...Karen
Hey...thanks so much for coming over to visit and follow. I am following you right back...maybe we'll meet in the middle and you can take me for a ride on that cool bike.:))I LOVE olden bikes..xo bj
That reminds me of my old bike...wish I still had it! Thanks for the nice comments on my blog yesterday! (I'm also a follower of your blog)Faye(wildrosevintage)
Dear Karen,I think white fits in at the homestead house:) Yay! Summer is here!XO
What a great entryway! Now I wish I saved my old bikes. :) Hope you can still use yours.- Susan
Karen I love your beautiful home and your bike is just great! Are you going to start riding again?xoxoKarenaArt by KarenaCome and enter my Amazing $250 Giveaway from Tracy Porter!
A fun entryway. It is perfect for yourg homestead. Good luck with your bike.
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