The Natural Habitat of Rabbits
By Dwip March 15, 2004, 9:41 am Comments (5) RSS Feed for this post

So while I was home the other day, I shot a few pictures of the property. Enjoy.

This is from the front yard, looking up at the house. That’s my car in front.

This is from the front deck, down into the front yard. There’s a whole field down there you can’t really see very well. On nicer days than this, you can see the mountains in the distance.

This is the back yard. That’s my old fort there in the background, still choosing the proper moment to collapse finally.

This is from the top of the driveway by the house, looking down on the office and shop.

This is from halfway up the driveway by the shop, looking up to the house.

This is by the shop, over to the side yard and the neighbor’s property.

This is from the foot of the driveway, looking up over the whole nine yards.

Some year, I’ll put up interior shots. Mom has, however, forced me to promise to wait until she cleans. ;)


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Comments on The Natural Habitat of Rabbits
avatar Comment by Whir #1
March 15, 2004 at 3:59 pm

Good Christ. I think I’ll just move into your bedroom while you’re gone.

avatar Comment by Clyos #2
March 16, 2004 at 1:16 am

Bah, you house has nothing on mine.

avatar Comment by Regina #3
March 16, 2004 at 11:31 am

Woah. That looks really nice. Especially the scenery and all. And you have a humungous backyard.

Shop…?

And what’s the bus doing there?

avatar Comment by Whir #4
March 16, 2004 at 11:11 am

Ya, you house! How dare you?!

avatar Comment by Dwip #5
March 16, 2004 at 11:39 am

As houses go, Cole, I’d say that both of ours definitely work.

The, uh, bus is the parental RV. Which in and of itself is rather nice, if you’re into that sort of thing. Since the couch/bed hurts me, I’m not really.

Shop. Mostly filled with assorted woodworking and plumbing and electrical and whatever else tools. Note the tractor parked out front. Etc, etc. The upper story of that building is dad’s office, which is about like any other office, except it has a kitchen. ;)