I had an amazing find in an older apartment I had in Barrie, Ont. I had the main floor apartment with access to the "cave" basement as I nicknamed it. I rarely went downstairs but one day I was poking around in some of the boxes left from the couple who lived in the house for over 30 years and found the original love letters they wrote to eachother when they first started dating!!! There was over 50 letters, all dated from 1950 to 1954! The husband used to work for CN rail and he would mail his letters to his now wife while he was traveling up and down thru northern Canada. We found tons of CN Rail stuff too... pay stubs, uniforms, even old rail road guide and training manuals. I was able to get in touch with the husband who is in his late 80's to return the letters and all his CN Rail items, but he wasn't interested in having them. So they are now with me... in a box waiting to be turned into a beautiful romantic art project.
Look! Artwork Found in the Basement
|2/10/11 7:30 PM|
I vote for high beds! I will do anything to prevent my Aussie Shepherd from jumping on our white sheets, and he loves to sleep under our wire framed king, tucked deep in the corner. Also you can't complain about the height when your deep in "zombie mode" mid night. I can safely get out of bed and move about.... no more whoops moments!
Tall vs. Short / High vs. Low Beds | Apartment Therapy New York
|2/1/10 1:28 AM|
Just remember the basics...
Dating and Your Home | Apartment Therapy Los Angeles
|12/17/09 11:33 PM|
We store over 35 motorcycles in a renovated/heated barn north of Toronto and I can tell you there's nothing wrong as long as you drain the fluids out. If you live where cold weather hits it is actually good for your bike. Your home is warm and being out of sub zero weather will help your bike run easier and longer without problems that cold weather can cause.
Apartment Therapy Chicago | Can I Really Store My Motorcycle in My Loft? Good Questions
|11/3/09 8:26 PM|