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Old 07-08-2013, 08:45 PM   #10421
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We have a 3 seasons screened in porch on our house.
To bad we can only use it in the spring and fall as it gets way to hot in the summer to be in there. "southern exposure".
Love the three season porches too! Do you have ceiling fans? Does it not get a breeze either? Our house (the front side) will also have the southern exposure. Because it sits on a hillside, we always have a breeze.....when there is one to be had! I am hoping that the 10' porch will help in shading....but if not, that's why I designed it all the way around! If its too sunny....then move to another porch....if the breeze is strong in one area, then head there to hang out! I also designed the front entrance to be the all season room. French doors that will open in the summer, so you can continue your walk around porch, or close up in the wintertime and yet keep the actual front door (another French door), open so you can still enjoy the "outdoors" view. The all season room placed here, also adds a bit of security to the entire porch, and front door. Hope that made sense! Ha!
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Sounds great Chicky!!
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Old 07-08-2013, 08:53 PM   #10423
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I am looking for a second mama, a sugar mama!!!!
And if you find one Ms. Vicki will put lumps on your head that will be there when you're 60 years old.
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Old 07-08-2013, 08:55 PM   #10424
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Sounds great Chicky!!
Thank you!! Took a while to convince my DH that it will be great.....I think he actually likes the design! We love to sit outside but the bugs make it unbearable at times and you end up going inside.....so this will be great!
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Thank you!! Took a while to convince my DH that it will be great.....I think he actually likes the design! We love to sit outside but the bugs make it unbearable at times and you end up going inside.....so this will be great!
Do like the trail hikers suggested, de-bug the whole 50 acres!
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Love the three season porches too! Do you have ceiling fans? Does it not get a breeze either? Our house (the front side) will also have the southern exposure. Because it sits on a hillside, we always have a breeze.....when there is one to be had! I am hoping that the 10' porch will help in shading....but if not, that's why I designed it all the way around! If its too sunny....then move to another porch....if the breeze is strong in one area, then head there to hang out! I also designed the front entrance to be the all season room. French doors that will open in the summer, so you can continue your walk around porch, or close up in the wintertime and yet keep the actual front door (another French door), open so you can still enjoy the "outdoors" view. The all season room placed here, also adds a bit of security to the entire porch, and front door. Hope that made sense! Ha!
Yes we have one ceiling fan.
Not much breeze as we have a 36 tree evergreen wind break on the west.
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Good for you Chicky and Kenny, just call back down to the Ozarks and make sure old Murph is still chained to the dock. You don't need that SOB around for the next few weeks/months. Don't forget to put FT Turbs and OC's initials in the slab along side of RVChick.
Oh now OC.....last time I saw ole Murphy, he was laughing at me cause I dropped my iPhone between the boards on a dock, and then knocked over a table with both my new phone and my iPad, chipping my iPad and thank goodness spared himself from another crying spell if my phone was damaged......SO I believe he made visits to buckeye while he was campin....then on to poor SabreDoc, then didn't he visit grayfox last? I think Murphy is gone.....for now....

Hmmm initials on a stepping stone would be fun! I did kinda laugh and tell Kenny that wouldn't it be fun if I did that.....he just looked up and stared at me.....I'm gonna pretend I don't get it!
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Old 07-08-2013, 09:03 PM   #10428
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Ok, I think I saw something about "golf clubs" in an earlier post. I'm thinking we could get a "Goshen Scramble" going. I'm sure there is a golf course nearby! Who's interested?
What is a Goshen Scramble Timmy? I don't golf but my DH likes it....I can keep OC company watching the coolers, while driving the golf cart....well he can watch and I will make sure all beverages are of their proper coolness.....may have to drink em as we go....just to be honest about my evaluations.....I'm just sayin!
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Yeah I am his second mama!!! He does pretty good.in the campground. I trust his judgement over mine, the people that he not fond of don't usually ask to pet him either. Maybe me bringing him in on a very very short leash and them feeling the growl in there chest
Oh my gosh Fordes....you have made me and my DH just howl over stories about his Dane! When he mentioned the growl, I read what you said! He totally agreed! They are amazing dogs for sure!
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like the flags, classy! Poles too!
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