Tuesday, December 15, 2015

All styles!


Perhaps I told you I have been moving around? Being somewhat footloose and fancy free, 
I am currently in Pennsylvania. To a California girl everything here looks charmingly old.  This building is in Carlisle, a town filled with old buildings and antique stores.

It reminds me of this Gottschalk.


Or this Lines Antique dollhouse.


I went from this in Taos New Mexico


To this

in Pennsylvania, my new digs.


From this Church, St. Francis in Taos circa. 1772  to


this church which is the view from my new apartment. I will have to research it's date. I hope I can hear its bells pealing.



Here is the little garden in back.


And here is a closet perfect for a collection of dollhouses!



 The neighbors even have a koi pond,


 This is some of the local architecture.




So VERY different from my hometown in the Bay area. But an adventure none the less.  Let me tell you shipping the Gottschalk and the Christian Hacker dollhouses was an experience! More to follow, Cheers C

9 comments:

Troy said...

Looking forward to hearing all about your adventure. There sure is a contrast in the architecture!
I really like the Pennsylvania photos! Best wishes on the new diggs - Troy

Pepper Mitcheson said...

Are you on the run? I'm beginning to wonder with all of these moves =0P

Mad For Mod said...

Looking forward to hearing more...and seeing more miniatures!

My Realitty said...

Thanks Mad for Mod, looking forward to getting everything unpacked. C

My Realitty said...

Pepper,lol YES I am! Hiding from Boredom! C

My Realitty said...

Troy, Yes!!! I feel like I am in England! CM

Shale said...

No time to get bored, but it must be fun and challenging to decorate each new place. I can't wait so see how you fill that big cupboard. It's just calling out for dollhouses.

My Realitty said...

Ha! Already started. The little Schoenhut and one level of the MH1 fit perfectly. C

My Realitty said...

P.S. Taos was fun and a healthy place to live but it was too far from my grandchildren.
My style is really more in tune with the East Coast though New Mexico was a fabulous experience. C