The guns that my Dad made, and fireplace are in one corner of the living room. The old TV is in there for now, but that will be changed. So far, I've been watching the old TV, with just an antenna, while sitting on the couch. (When I have time for TV, which isn't much.) The coffee table is too big for this area, and we'll be moving the couch and coffee table, and getting rid of the old TV, when I get a good chair for the sunroom, and can watch TV with Direct TV.
Dad made the log cabin from a kit, and he used to make muzzle loader guns in there. Now I have all my fiber/spinning stuff in there, but I don't have any of it organized yet.
Candy is a charter member of NCAG, one of the only two members who have been a member since the beginning of our guild in 1982.
Candy grew up in Ohio in her parents house; lived not too far from the childhood house even after she was married and have a family. In the 80s, Candy was one of the top show exhibitors. Then she and family moved to Indiana; Candy created BEW English Angora during her 20-year stay in Indiana.
Recently they retired from their jobs and she had inherited her family farm in Ohio. Dave and Candy moved back to Ohio, the state where they were born. They fixed up the house and barns; Candy is sharing photos of their house and her rabbit barn in today and tomorrow's posts. The captions next to the photos are in Candy's own words.