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Muskokatana
how n tarnation does one cross a cattle dog and a toy poodle.
   
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mitsybaby2

Sorry they did not maintain more of the features that were part of the integrity the original home. Although a nice reno, with more consideration this could have been done and the same goal achieved. What makes these original house designs special gets lost in the translation to modernism. Preserving these houses as much as possible is so important.

   
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Ed(Edwina) and Stephen Ci

LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!

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