She's strong and sturdy. A bit weather-worn, but she'll do nicely. She'll keep us warm and dry, and I think we'll be quite cozy here. We'll get her spiffed up over time...
When you climb up the mountain and through the ravines, you finally see an upper valley/basin open up. There is one spot where you can see our home; after that the road keeps going uphill, and you can't see her until you've turned the bend. Here's what you'll view way across the basin:
The brown building to the left houses 2 apartments where the seasonal help stay. Here's a view of ole Gerta at the top of the road:
In the back of the house is a full deck with great views. Below is a horse corral and a paddock area. She's basically a one-story ranch style house with a walk out basement, except for a bedroom in the front on the second level.
This is our morning view from our kitchen, which is at the front of the house:
I was rushing to snap a photo before the full moon disappeared behind the mountain!
Here's a couple of views from the back of our deck:
We're getting close to pulling our house together inside, and will take some inside photos once we're done. Last Saturday, we went to Bozeman to stock up on food, get a few necessities, and buy a grill. Here's a cowboy doing some serious grill study.....
This Labor Day weekend it will be fun to 'nest'.... Dan will be assembling our new grill, I'll be hanging curtains, and we'll be working at getting Dan's workshop set up.
Yippie Kiy Yiy Yay!