The Big White Cottage is what we call the cottage that once housed four families all at once. The cottage was built by my grandfather, and he passed it down to his four kids. Oh the stories this cottage could share, if the cottage could speak.
During the Summers at the shore, you’ll find the families gathered on the front deck. In fact, yesterday we enjoyed visiting on the deck and eating fresh clam chowder. Life is good.
16 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 211”
Hey Lenore, are you staying at your mom’s place down the lane? Or behind this one? 🙂
We’re staying at her place. Jane and Peter have the addition.
How wonderful, sweet memories, Lenore.
Blessings – Maxi
Memories of a lifetime. Literally. Thank you, Maxi. Blessings to you, too.
Love all the windows!
With such a wonderful view, Patti, windows are required. 🙂
I would like some fresh clam chowder
If I could bring that home for you Betty, I would.
Looks like a wonderful place to spend your holidays. I hope you have a great week.
It is and we are having a great week, Susan. Thank you.
Now that’s a deck worth enjoying!
What a great looking place! Enjoy!
Nothing says summer vacation quite like a white clapboard cottage. Have a great time!
They are all over the place, Jackie, and I would not change a thing. If I see one in GA, I immediately flashback to the Shore. It’s a wonderful thing.
Summer, as summer should be. Time spent together, relaxation, change of venue, comfort, food, shared history.
Amen, Linda. I am ever so grateful for this, too.