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Monday, December 2, 2013

It's All in the Details!!!



Sooo...
Can you guess what this is???


I'll bet you didn't guess a dust guard in the corner of each step in the 
entry stair way...
Yes....really!
Every step had one of these in each corner...original to the house!!!


Can you see them???

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What house am I talking about???  
The house turned Bed and Breakfast in Mount Shasta, California...
The Mount Shasta Ranch...


A charming spot to stay while on your way to Oregon from Mammoth!!!


With charming touches throughout...


Including bark trim throughout the house...


And a charming carved magazine table... 


And who can resist this beautiful fireplace???

If you find yourself in Mount Shasta...


...give Bill and Mary Larsen a jingle
at the Mount Shasta Ranch!!!


Linking to...

http://www.shinethedivinecreativityisaspiritualpractice.com/

http://macromonday2.blogspot.com/




17 comments:

  1. Never guessed it.

    Love the bark trim, the fireplace.

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    1. Me too Jean! The bark trim was a really charming detail...

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  2. I am kind of surprised at the last photo. Always think of it as snow covered.

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    1. That's been a common comment about this photo...it is at the end of a rather dry summer...and if the Siskyou's have had the same amount of snow as us, it's not huge amounts, and not much in November...

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  3. Cute place! Nice photos of all the decorating details. Where in Oregon did you end up going? (This inquiring Oregonian wants to know!) :)

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  4. Looks like a very cozy place. But I'm with Jean, I've never seen Mt Shasta bald before.

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    1. We'll have to wait and see what December brings! "They" say that when there's a good winter in New Zealand and Chile, we'll have a "good" winter! And they did...so we'll see!!!

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  5. A beautiful house! I particularly like that fireplace.

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  6. They did a nice job with this place - even the little details are lovingly tended!

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    1. Bill Larsen...the owner of the B&B told us that it was built in 1923...they bought it about 35 years ago, lived in it as their home for 10 years, and for the last 25 years, have worked it as a B&B. It was quite obvious how much he loves this place!!!

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  7. I never heard of a dust guard, sounds like a clever idea. That's a charming B&B.

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  8. I know!!! I used to live in an upstairs duplex and it was a pain to vacumm the stairs and get the corners!!!

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