Saturday, February 4, 2012

Carmel here We Come!

I've wanted to live in Carmel since the first time I visited the village by the sea... cozy streets, quaint bungalows, the lure of arts and the smell of good food.

Well I've arrived! 
Although I won't be living in Carmel, but we will be living "on" Carmel... Avenue!


Good enough for me and the family!

There's even a Garagio in the back just waiting for me to fix up!
Time to start over... it'll be so much easier this time.


Happy dance!!!!

14 comments:

cookingwithgas said...

good things! And what a great looking house!

Ross Munro said...

This is exciting! And so dry in the garage - soon to be studio, no doubt.

smartcat said...

Looks like a comfortable house and YES! a dry well-built garage.

Linda Fahey said...

OOOH the possibilities!!! pretty exciting! Look forward to seeing the setting in process and the creation of a new studio space!

claydancer said...

Woo hoo! That's a cute little bungalow you've got there. I'm so excited for you. Glad you were able to find something so quick:)

Sleeping Village Pottery said...

well... the house looks charming and very nice, like it's been taken care of over the years. Always exciting to start a new chapter. Best of luck to you and your family with your new digs!

Michèle Hastings said...

looks like a great place to call home! ...and studio.
happy moving.

Anonymous said...

Thats my dream house...
just thought you might wanna know !
change is good.

angela walford said...

look at your dancing room!! jiggin from over here for ya woohoo :))

Linda Starr said...

What a cool house, congrats,

JUDI TAVILL said...

Adorable! And DRY! So happy for you guys!

Tracey Broome said...

What a great place! And the color is perfect, and yes DRY!

TropiClay Studio said...

Great looking studio space there Joel! And did we mention... it looks pretty dry! Happy Mudding!

Kings Creek Pottery said...

Congratulations! One door closes and another opens ~ glad to see it will be dry for you :)