Oct 28, 2013

Ranch Dreams, hold the celery

I always always always wanted a log cabin, with a green tin roof so I could hear the rain. The inside shouldn't be all log, I do love the whites and grays and love clean lines, but still a woodland type home. Of course, for the next couple of years, we will be in Illinois. Which is fine, we aren't sure if we love it enough to move here. A couple of years will give us an answer, we are hoping! But, I like to daydream about the perfect home, even if Husband thinks it is a waste of time. We would like a wooded lot, a lake on the property would be a must also for fishing.

I would also loveeeeee as many acres as I can get! The thought of saddling up my horse, or ATV, and riding forever knowing it's all our land is exhilarating to me! I could have a full fledged ranch with horses, cows, sheep, even lamas if I wanted! The issue would be getting somewhere close enough to a large city for Husband to work, and far enough away where all the acres won't cost an arm and a leg, maybe just an arm.

Doesn't these look fabulous? Oftentimes, as a couple, we try to put down all technology to disconnect, and just concentrate on our relationship. Somehow, living in this woodland cabin, I don't think that would be much of a problem!
What would be your idea of a dream home?

1 comment:

  1. That top picture looks so much like my dad's house that it's creepy...

    And as for a dream home, my husband and I agree that any place NOT with the in-laws would be like a vacation. I love them but the brother-in-law is exhausting!



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