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9 hours ago @ Blog Cabin - Blog Cabin 2015: Locat... · 3 replies · +1 points

How about renovating an old house AND car for the next Blog Cabin Giveaway? Throw in some extra cash and it'll be the best yet! http://ih0.redbubble.net/image.8396026.0961/flat,...

10 hours ago @ Blog Cabin - Blog Cabin 2015: Locat... · 1 reply · +2 points

Sure thing, Sheri. Those are very light wood soup and rice bowls used in Asian countries, very much like in this photo: https://img1.etsystatic.com/033/0/10030788/il_340...

PS: believe it or not, the photo Virginia used is from an Asian website. See, I know beans after all... ^_^

13 hours ago @ Blog Cabin - Blog Cabin 2015: Locat... · 1 reply · +2 points

Hi Laurie! So far we have holey rocks and a hill of beans. What's next? Animal crackers?

Which begs the question: which cracker would you choose that might plant the seed leading us to our salvation -- that is, the location of the next Blog Cabin -- and some well-deserved rest?

Here are some ideas.... http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9...

13 hours ago @ Blog Cabin - Blog Cabin 2015: Locat... · 0 replies · +4 points

At this stage, while the beans are still being counted, I think I'll split my choices between the following trifecta:
Michigan for its black beans (which have me craving some spicy Cuban black beans and rice), Minnesota for those (delicious in chili) dark red kidney beans and, just maybe, all those golden green acres of Iowa cornfields.

And North Dakota? Bean there, done that, as the saying goes, so now it's on to the next vividly visual Location Clue Three from Virginia. (Seeing as Laurie has remained true to her word and kept momentarily mum -- quiet as a church mouse... so far!)

14 hours ago @ Blog Cabin - Blog Cabin 2015: Locat... · 0 replies · +2 points

For clarification: it's all in the interpretation of the sentence "Our location is the nation’s leader in producing a variety of seed found in this image."

If the sentence were to read "Our location is the nation’s leader in producing a [single/specific/particular] variety of seed found in this image," we'd be looking for one seed along with the state that leads in producing it rather than "a variety of seed" -- as in the overall grouping of dry beans.

It may sound corn-y, but would Virginia make it THAT easy for us to identify North Dakota? I doubt it. So, the next step is, which seed do we want to plant that will lead us to our Blog Cabin location?

16 hours ago @ Blog Cabin - Blog Cabin 2015: Locat... · 2 replies · +3 points

For your reading pleasure.... Turns out if you're looking for phaseolus vulgaris, North Dakota is the place to be! http://www.agmrc.org/commodities__products/grains...

Who knew?!

16 hours ago @ Blog Cabin - Blog Cabin 2015: Locat... · 4 replies · +2 points

Could we be looking at a $150,000, 25 bedroom, 9,000 square foot fixer-upper in Velva, ND for our next Blog Cabin adventure? (Plenty of room for the extended family!) By the way, where the heck is Velva? http://circaoldhouses.com/hotel-berry-in-velva-no...

16 hours ago @ Blog Cabin - Blog Cabin 2015: Locat... · 2 replies · +5 points

Well, I said we had a mineral clue in Location Clue One and asked for an animal or vegetable clue next -- and what we got is a hill of beans! That's a great response to a Blog Cabin fan's request! ^_^

17 hours ago @ Blog Cabin - Blog Cabin 2015: Locat... · 0 replies · +4 points

I think I might jump on the North Dakota bandwagon for the time bean-ing.

17 hours ago @ HGTV Dreams Happen: Sw... - Greetings From Martha'... · 0 replies · +4 points

Two-bit Tidbits -- quotes by the famous and the not so famous -- inspired by Martha's Vineyard

"Just take my hand, lead, dance with me... and I will simply follow the blueness of the water, the white waves rolling free... where the earth beneath my feet and stars make my heart whole again... in long and priceless moments of shared solitude..." Oksana Rus

"Just take my hand, smile, then give me the keys... and I will dance from here to Martha's Vineyard in long and priceless moments of sheer joy..."
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