I still can't get the hang of my Mac Book so I write and blog post and then never get them
posted.( they seem to disappear into thin air before they are posted). It has been like learning to blog for the first time.
Well, Eleanor to the rescue and here goes...
Cottage Style magazine wrote a story about The Coral Cottage in its newest issue.
|I took this original window out of the dumpster and made them a sign as their client gift.|
Leonard Miller wrote my favorite saying on it….
"Beach House ocean air thru open windows..barefoot on wood floors
A special place in time...
Vicky Patton is the ultimate bargain shopper. She is great on the internet with all the deal making shopping sites. One day I will get her to show me the sites when things slow down in my world.
Everyone was so excited about this little place finding some one to love it. Our island has its share of places that need someone to love them and renovated them.
With the increase of development in coastal towns, the risk to these small and unpretentious cottages
of being torn down is on an increase. Our little beach town is a residential neighborhood and the negative feelings of our city officials toward these simple dwellings … "They can't see the forrest for the tree" so to speak. These cottages are part of the our unique Tybee Island charm. They bring revenue to the city and visitors and good energy to the island.
I am thinking about using my new van to have cottage tours to educated and encourage people to buy, restore and experience the uncomplicated happy little island life.