Friday, November 8, 2013

Ranch and House Plans

Weeks ago, Faith sent me some fun house plans for the house and ranch. I meant to post them after I tweaked them, but I keep forgetting and I haven't had time to dig up the PhotoShop and work on it. So, I finally took a minute and switched the dining room with the music room (seeing as I think the dining room should be off the kitchen). The patio doors open from the dining room out into the yard and the patio, a nice view. Faith did a super job working from scratch. I'm amazed at how accurately she presented everything. Feel free to comment and even "save" the pictures and work with them yourselves. I'm sure Faith wouldn't mind. The more the merrier!



We also need a blacksmith/farrier building here. And a spring house.

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  1. Those are like I pictured them ;)
    Great job, Faith!
    Maybe the blacksmith should go behind the barn to the right?

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  2. Guess what! I finished my first contest story 2431
    very close to the word limit, but not there! So i am relieved.
    Cool plans Faith! They each have their own room!
    So it says there are stairs to Andi's room so does that mean her room, Melinda's and Justin's are all up a little higher than the 'upstairs?"

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    1. Hehe oh no Rishona... That is suppose to be the stair case coming up from the kitchen. :D Like in, Family Secret, when Andi takes the back way up to her room and is caught up in a big hug by Mitch. That is were I picture it. lol

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  3. Cool Faith!
    Aurora.

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  4. Those are really neat! Thanks for creating them Faith! I noticed that Andi's room is bigger than the other bedrooms. Was there a specific reason for that :-).

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    1. lol not really. I just picture her room bigger, and I may have drawn it to big:P hehe

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  5. Thank you so much Mrs. Malow for posting my pictures!!!!!!!!! your awesome:)

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  6. Not bad... Except how did Andi end up getting the biggest bedroom? :)

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  7. OH, I forgot ti tweak the washroom. They do need a washroom upstairs!!!! To take a bath!

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  8. Oh yah! I guess a washroom would be beneficial, living on a dusty ranch and all lol. One little thing I noticed, wouldn't the Carters have some guest bedrooms?

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  9. Mrs. M are you going to post a fan story today or tomorrow?:)

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  10. Guest rooms, washroom, Andi has a large room! LOL there are a few things that I may have forgotten and over sized, but mostly I wanted to help you guys with your stories. :) Even if this is just the way I see it. I'm glad you all liked them.

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  11. Great job Faith! ( and Mrs.M) these help me see the house more visually.
    ~ JT

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  12. That was really great Faith!:)thank you!:)
    When will the next fan story be Mrs. M?!:)

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  13. Great job Faith and Mrs Marlow! I noticed that Melinda's bedroom is next to Andi's in the picture, but I thought it was the farthest away. It helped me visualize it better though. Thanks!

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  14. Some day Faith and I will "get together" on this and make a few of the "little things" smoothed out. However, today is not that day. Enjoy!

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  15. ssssoooooo cool
    Rebekah R

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  16. Where is Kate's room? And where did the kids stay when they came?

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    1. Good question. Guess we better put some guest rooms in there, eh, Faith? :-)

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    2. I guess so... hehe but I just figured they all stayed in one of the boy's rooms and Mitch or Chad, slept with the farm hands. Maybe? :)

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  17. If you want a guest room you could make Chad and Mitch share a room? We know Andi and melinda have their own and justin? Well he could and then there would be one guest room!?!?! What do you think?

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  18. are there bathrooms in the house back then or did they just use the privy?

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  19. Do you know if they had tents back then? Not like the Indians' tents but like the tens that we use.

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    1. The Army used canvas tents; the miners lived in tents while panning for gold. In fact, Levi Strauss created his denim "jeans" by originally using tent canvas, I believe. So, yes, they had tents, but they were probably heavy and cumbersome to pack around. Some were just a canvas sheet hung over a rope tied between two trees and staked into the ground. Primitive. :-)

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Let Andi know what you think!