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July, 2016

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Now that’s a cabin!   

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Hildurs sister Lillian has a cabin on Cinderella Road that she graciously offered to us for our company.  Nick and Stacey came a few weeks ago so we had our first group stay there.  Wow!  Is it huge!  3 stories, about 1000 sq ft per floor.  What a beautiful place!  

More Jack and Donn

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Just because they are so cute…

Jack loves laying on my desk under the warm lamp.  Today Donn joined him, they were curled up together for hours.  Not sure what I’ll do when they are full grown!  Donn wears the yellow bandana, Jack wore his green one for about half a day and we left it off him, he kept taking it off.  

Jack

Donn

They love to cuddle when they sleep.  

Donn

Bear!!  

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This guy hung around for a while but seems to be gone.  

The  Clubhouse is Open for Business!!  

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The clubhouse is finished and it is really something you need to see to believe!   I will post some photos of inside once I get some.  It is decked out!!  The photo will not show it all, that is forsure!   In the photo you can see there is a wash station to the left thanks to Karen for the water box.  Barry found the riveted tank at the squatters which gave it a real steam punk feel … Pretty cool!  We took the old outhouse that was behind my office down and gave the wood a new life with the siding.  

Jim’s Junker 

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Barry rearranged his steel pile (that was mostly left by Jim) into this super cool Chitty Chitty Bang Bang style jalopy and named it Jim’s Junker in his memory.  So creative!  

Bonding 

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This is so cute!  Barry sits with all the animals around him, a small cup of dog kibble and as he calls out their name on by one.  When they hear their name they know it’s their turn and they gingerly take the kibble from his hand.  They are all so patient waiting for their name to come up.  It’s helping the kittens know their names, they love the dog kibble!  

RIP Jim Connor

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With sadness we report that Jim Connor has passed.  We only spent a year with him but he gave us a lifetime of knowledge during that first year we lived here and he helped make the transition easier for us.  We don’t know the details, we only hope he passed peacefully.  Our condolences to His wife Janet as well as his family and friends.