We have had the best agent ever helping us through the process. His assistant has done a lot of legwork; driving us around to look at places and taking care of straightforward pieces like this.
A number of you have been anxiously awaiting pictures of the interior of the house. Here are a few I took today.
|Huge wood stove in the great room|
|Kitchen: we have a few face lift ideas but basically good to go|
|Standing in the entry, looking up the stairs to the bedrooms|
|Laundry room -- needs a lot of help|
|Downstairs bathroom: lose the curtains and the flooring, otherwise good to go.|
We spent the afternoon running errands; looking at carpet and tile, dog run fencing and tractor attachments. ...which reminds me of a question from Lytha. We are not anti-hot wire. It just isn't necessary in these pastures. The wood post fencing is lined with wire mesh so the horses can't chew on the wood. It's very strong fencing as well so we aren't worried about them breaking rails.
We also stopped by Uppity Dog and visited Kersey and Sedona. They were very clean -- I'm used to seeing a cloud of dust when petting them -- and in good weight. We took them for a short walk down the street and rested under a tree for awhile. Then we took them back. They were happy to be back in the cool play room and went willingly with the handler. Me? I was leaky around the eyes as I followed Brett out to the car. It will be so nice to have them back at the end of this week.