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Looks very cozy!
Thanks Brett! It was a friend’s cottage that I used to visit before moving to the Sechelt area. It was very cosy in the Summer but, because it was uninsulated, very cold in the Winter.
What welcoming, happy and attractive spot!
Thanks for commenting Vera!
That’s my kind of place. Looks great. I imagine it was chilly in winter as I know how cold our cabin gets as it nears zero or if the winds blow in from the mountains. How large was the cottage?
It was about 600 square feet – not very big but built off the ground so the wind could blow through the floorboards. The only heating was an old wood burning cookstove so sweaters were part of the dress code.
Our cabin is only 850 sq ft for the 7 of us; 5 kids in a 7×9 room. Our house, before adding on , was only 666 sq feet. Small spaces can be good.
One way to keep warm.