Is that a logging cross-cut saw in the corner? Why yes, I believe it is.
Wow a woodsey Seattle cottage with everything ! A mowable roof, countertop over the fireplace, attic rooms for anyone under four feet tall, and... a kitchen with a newly re-installed dishwasher. They needed the saw to get it out of the hole behind the stove. If you want, you can go out to the back porch and get a beer outa the fridge.
"Oil furnace - oil tank has not been used in thirty years."Do they dangle Brandon Davis over the furnace in winter and wring out his hair every time it gets cold?
Clearly the crosscut saw is for cutting up frozen reindeer carcasses to cook in the oven. Oh wait, this isn't in Alaska.
Everybody now...."I'm a lumberjack and I'm okay. I sleep all night and work all day. I cut down trees. I eat my lunch. I go to the lavatory. On Wednesdays I go shoppin' And have buttered scones for tea."
Are those rabbit ears on that old TV set?
I think the saw is for cutting one's way out of the kitchen. That fridge is poised to clobber anyone who tries to use the door.
My favorite is always the "ominous staricase" photo. This one is a beauty!
Teresa Piccolotti wrote, and I accidentally deleted (sorry!): "The first time, ever I saw your face..."All I'm saying is I'd inspect the crawl spaces.
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