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24 March 2008



So moving it to completely different locations doesn't bother the historic preservationists, but turning it around does.


This does appear to be a case of the perfect being the enemy of the good.


It will be such a relief to see this house situated on a green again - i don't care which way it faces. the house originally had 4 porches, 2 of which don't exist at the moment. They can and will be restored after the move.


Maybe they can put it on a Lazy Susan so it can face any and all directions. That house reminds me a little of Springfield's oldest surviving house,
except ours is one story, which was moved for the second time several years ago. (Better view)


A Lazy Susan would be great! They could have the house face the sun all day long.

I like the bedroom in the Elijah house.

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