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Tag Archives: house hunting
I have no idea if this will work, but I’m scheduling this post for a reblog to put you in the picture:
By the time this hits publish, we shall be on our way to Lincolnshire for me to view the property we are in the throes of purchasing. Come along for the ride, Open up, and look inside, Pastures new, or … Continue reading
I did a post a little while ago about how much I’d miss when we found a new home. Now that time has come (although we are still in the early stages and anything can happen), excuse the cliché, but … Continue reading
Or should I rephrase that to Print damn you, Print! I hate legal tape, red, white or whatever colour. We have taken the plunge and got the ball rolling on purchasing a property………… that only 50% of us has seen. … Continue reading
Well, not quite. Hubby was up before 6 as he had been so tired last night, he’d left printing the necessary details until this morning. He had intended to have a shower before departure (even though he had one yesterday) … Continue reading
We are working our way through the planning alphabet, and are up to Plan C. That is, the rebirth of the Camping Chronicles. Today has been spent getting kit together (such a shame we got rid of the sleeping bag … Continue reading
After an excellent breakfast (Maggie was given a lovely fluffy scrambled egg), we set off. We could hardly come back without going down memory lane, which included passing our old house. The village hasn’t changed, and from what we could … Continue reading
We made our phone calls this morning withdrawing our offer and interest, and let us just say the Estate Agent was not too happy. It would appear he was counting his commission, totally convinced we were going to buy it. … Continue reading
It was like travelling back ten years, only this time it was one with a licence. One of the lesser reasons for selling the cottage three years ago was the village hall directly next door. It was used for school … Continue reading