Then we drove over the eastern part of the state to look at some properties. Kurt is working more out of the DC office and we are talking about having a home base nearby. We traipsed around several properties in West Virginia on our own because our realtor does not have a license to sell properties there. We found one with an amazing view, but it is quite far out from the city and the neighborhood was... rustic. Then the next day we were scheduled to meet with the relator that Kurt had been working with online. After several hours in his office sifting through the options we were finally off! We had primarily been talking about property on which to build a log cabin like house. Existing houses pop up from time to time, but always seem to disappear before we can have look. We did add one house to the list though, because it had an ideal location and we wanted a baseline for comparison. That was the one that we fell in love with of course! 10 acres nestled on the edge of the Shenandoah National Park with a little house and plenty of space outside. We are working through the paperwork now and nothing is final. Wish us luck though. We put in several bids on different places before successfully buying our beach home. Hopefully we won't have to go through all of that again.
Clearly there was lots of driving time between all those activities for hand sewing of hexies. I am so happy to be back home with my machine again though and have almost finished off my yellow blocks for the month. Misterlinky is below. Please share your yellow progress with us all.