To me, it's always time for Washington. :)
KC, This iris did look like Dutch Iris to me. It's not?
As Vesna pointed out earlier, these are flowers that bloom virtually everywhere across the U.S. I think they point to the south, but certainly they all grow where I am in the Northern California Bay Area, so they don't even rule out SF. Maybe we are still early in the clues game.
I think so, too, but maybe the tattoo is supposed to be a tree of life, and not a clue of any sort.
Oh, nothing--lol. I think Georgia looks good, but I put up the links just to cover other possibilities.
I had a collection of about a dozen framed vintage orange crate labels in my kitchen for many, many years (okay, two were lemons). The sun damage finally was so bad that even I had to admit their time had run out. My family has given me various decorative items with fruit and vegetable labels on them, things that can't fade. I love them, but there is nothing quite like the real thing. You can't imagine how thrilled I was to see the crate labels in this kitchen.
I noticed and grinned at the mismatched knobs on the table before I read about them in the text to the photos. It is just a perfect detail to me. I adore the icebox on its side in the hallway and so many other details.
The original house looked to me to be so much on its last legs that I couldn't envision how it would be successfully rehabbed. What a talent you DIY people have. :)
Here we have rent-a-goats. I worked with someone who used them to eat the poison oak on his steep property in Oakland. If anyone rents goats there, maybe they will be able to control the goats to just eat where you want the grasses mowed. :)
I posted to your post above, but you can also read the detective work on page one. :)
These are the state flowers that surround the state of Georgia. We think the white flower is orange blossom for Florida. The pink is definitely a camellia. The yellow is a Carolina Jessamine.