Random Five Friday






At the request of John Foster, I am posting three other photos of the cabin mentioned in yesterday's post.  I hope you enjoy them, John!  


My daughter doesn't want me to use the theme from the old TV show, Green Acres, as my new ring tone.  I just might have to do it.....

Discussing the Second Great Awakening with my son has been quite interesting.  Gotta love history class.  

If you want to see a cat, dressed as a shark, ride on a Roomba, then just look here.  It makes me want a cat and a Roomba.  Not the quality entertainment that I passed along last week, but if you need a wholesome chuckle, then this will do it for you.  

Currently, I am out of flour.  While this is not exciting news, it certainly is random.

Linking up today with Nancy at A Rural Journal!  

Comments

  1. Love the cabin and glad to see more images.
    I have some obscure ring-tone on my phone. I need to update that.
    Sharks seem to be in the news lately. A cat dressed as a shark on a roomba is almost too perfect. :)

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  2. I like those photos as it must be what our house looks like if we took the clapboards off. I think that when they put an addition on to the side of our log section, they raise the roof up higher as I saw where the rafters had once had a different pitch when I was in the attic. Not real tall ceiling in those cabins.

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  3. Stunning photos! I also love what you've done with your header, it's beautiful.

    I've missed a few posts too ~ I may try that watermelon jam, it looks yummy!

    Have a wonderful Weekend!

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  4. Oh my, I love that cabin, want to live in it, :) Francine.

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  5. Out of flour I love random five you just never know what may come out:) Those are beautiful shots of history. Love them. B

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  6. It's amazing the log house has lasted so well over time! Oh dear, out of flour? I guess you'll be off to the grocery store today. :))

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    1. Great photos! I will link them on my LogBlog.Thanks.

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  8. That cabin is beautiful and you have photographed it so well. What a wonderful spot. I am soon to be with out flour as well and I must travel through the horrible to the very far market to pick some up because they don't sell gluten free flour at the market that is close by.

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  9. This log would be my hubbys DREAM home! Of course, I could live there too! GREEN ACRES..thumbs up! Pick me up some sugar with that flour....you're too funny girl! Blessings~~~Roxie

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  10. Glad you posted more pictures - I love them. I think you need the green acres ring tone too!

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  11. The funniest part of that video is that the Shark actually looked like he was enjoying himself! Beautiful cabin, great photos.

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  12. Wow, great cabin....I would totally live there!
    My Ring tone is "I dream of trailer in Bosler WY, with tires on the roof dear and you by my side....." People hate it, I love it.

    I just had to buy flour as I went to make waffles and found I barely had enough to do the job.

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  13. I caught that vidio. Hilarious. I guess ya gotta just love felines.

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  14. what a great old cabin, i'm going to have to pop over to yesterday's post and see what it's about! how funny, my daughter just mentioned green acres to me the other day, i didn't even know she knew that show! i am cracking up over the randomness of the flour :D have a great weekend!

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  15. Now I'm singing that song from Green Acres:))

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  16. What a great cabin and it looks SO old!

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  17. Am so glad you showed more pictures...It is a interesting structure.

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  18. Happy to see more photos of that cabin, so thanks to John for asking for more! I never run out of flour, because I just don't bake anymore. Of course, that means what I DO have is probably stale as can be, so perhaps I really am out of flour, too.

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  19. Definitely the Green Acres ringtone! Lol.

    I love the cabin pics. They're wonderful.

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  20. some serious chinking in those logs! yikes!

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  21. Love the Green Acres theme...and that would be deciding factor for me!

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  22. Green Acres would be a perfect ringtone! I hate when I run out of flour. I make my own pizza dough quite often so I usually have at least an extra 5lb bag on hand just in case. It's a 30 minute drive to the nearest grocery store, so not like I can just pop in for a few things on a whim!

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  23. Our children chose what they want for ringtones. Why can't we? I say go for it. Green Acres is the place for me.

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  24. My son bought a house in a neighborhood called 'Green Acres'! Don't forget to put flour on your list. I hate running out of sugar, too. The cabin is great. xo

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  25. That shark-cat makes me laugh!

    I have not considered Green Acres in a very long time - BUT, just the mention and the entire theme song comes fully alive in my mind. That's amazing.

    Out of Flour?!!!! What, no cookies???
    (giggle)
    -g-

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  26. That is such a wonderful old log cabin. Ahhh the joy we get from annoying the kids :)

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  27. I love Green Acres! Cute home too.

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  28. That's a fine cabin! Oh -- stop the presses. You are out of flour! That made me laugh :)

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  29. I'm still laughing over the cat/roomba video.....The log cabin is amazing!

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  30. Love the cabin even more: it is huge! Thanks for the link, because I didn't know anything about the Second Great Awakening, but I have already seen the shark cat on a Roomba an even the other video with the duckling!

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  31. When we stop to pay attention to the random things in life...we see a lot more. The cabin photos are really nice.

    btw, I am out flour too.

    Velva

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  32. Cool old cabin- I agree with Tex, that is some mighty serious chinking. I'm out of almond flour- we don't use the other anymore. I'm too lazy to get out in this heat and make a grocery trip though, so I guess we will stay out of flour for another day.

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  33. I don't like running out of flour... especially when I have a great soup or stew and I want biscuits, wah.wah.wah!

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  34. I've enjoyed your random thoughts.... Always interesting and fun.

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  35. Oh goodness I got so carried away watching that cat on the Roomba that I forgot to comment on Friday. - If you visit back it's the post below the current one.
    I liked your photo's of this cabin.

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  36. I know around here they use concrete for chinking - you put up temporary boards on the horizontal openings, and then filled from the other side - we are designing a bunkhouse to match the horse shed! And Im envius of those squared logs there...

    I have a tendency when i need a good laugh to go on imgur - that cat video is HILAROUS!

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  37. The cabin shots are gorgeous. And I am never out of flour, as wheat Roti is our staple diet!!
    Have a lovely week ahead Michelle :)

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  38. Love the loghouse. Hard to imagine all of that work being done by hand.

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