An Italian-American living la dolce vita in the Deep South

An Italian-American living la dolce vita in the Deep South

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Real? Estate

Consider the panic if you heard a branch crack.

No way. My hair would frizz . . . big time.

Not during hurricane season, thank you.


Long climb after a hard day's work.

Don't want visitors? Just unhook the cable.

(Thanks, Cheryl H.)

12 comments:

Kim H. said...

For reals?...Or are those photoshopped?....

Either way, definitely creative.

Tiziana said...

AIUTO!!!!
Questi posti non sono per me.
Mi gira la testa e mi sento male solo guardandoli.

j.a.varela said...

Bia:

Estas fotos son magníficas. Supongo que son todas auténticas aventuras personales tuyas y del que las tomaba. Interesante la ermita entre dos montañas. Y si un bromista pone aceite en los costados?

Excelente!!!

juan

GrandmaK said...

SIMPLY AMAZING!!!!! Cathy

Soutenus said...

So cool! These pictures make me remember how I wanted to live in a tree house. I still might someday!

Treehouse, a freehouse!
A secret you and me house
A high up in the leafy branches
Cozy as can be house.

A street house, a neat house,
Be sure and wipe your feet house,
Is not my kind of house at all
Let's go live in a tree house!


(That is as best I can remember the Shel Silverstein poem)

But I'd still wipe my feet (and then go barefoot)

:o) mg said...

These are hysterical! I just want one that is self-cleaning.

Kathryn said...

I'm with the self cleaning model! Can you imagine trying to haul groceries into any of those places???

Lisa said...

Wow! I'm wondering the same thing as Kim ` are these REAL? Couldn't be! But totally fun! I'd want to spend a vacation in one of them, but not live in one.

Jodi said...

That is insane! Totally!

Stop by and VOTE for YOUR purple entries so you can win!!!! Hurry!

Laura said...

Really?
People really in those places?
Well to each his/her own. Right?
I guess.

E said...

I fantasize about living in lovely isolation. It turns out there are people in Vermont.
Now Nova Scotia appeals....these have updated the fantasies...
Maybe lovely Lucca where there are people but my Italian is too weak for much conversation....

Anonymous said...

The second light house is an actual lighthouse somewhere near Cheasapeake bay i believe.