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View from my terrace at Las Ventanas in Los Cabos. .

View from my terrace at Las Ventanas in Los Cabos.

Las Ventanas, Los Cabos

Las Ventanas, Los Cabos

St. Regis, Punta Mita

St. Regis, Punta Mita

Shark tank/water slide at the Golden Nugget.

Shark tank/water slide at the Golden Nugget.

Oasis, Cancun

Oasis, Cancun

Paint color: Rainwashed by Sherwin Williams    Cabinet color: Swiss Coffee (from SW, but they mixed from a color they had in the computer)    Light over table: Overstock    Table and Chairs:  RC Willey outlet 5 years or so ago    Rug: Dash and Albert     Stools: Walmart    Floors: Maple engineered hardwood from Build Direct

Paint color: Rainwashed by Sherwin Williams Cabinet color: Swiss Coffee (from SW, but they mixed from a color they had in the computer) Light over table: Overstock Table and Chairs: RC Willey outlet 5 years or

Grafton, Utah ~ Further Down The Road    Grafton was one of several settlements begun along the Virgin River to grow cotton, part of Brigham Young's plan for Mormon self-sufficiency. In 1859, five families from Virgin settled one mile downstream of "modern-day" Grafton. Crops were planted, irrigation ditches dug and homes built. Three years later, in January 1862, a raging flood destroyed the infant town. The pioneers began again in 1862 on the present site.

Grafton, Utah--perhaps the state's most famous ghost town. My Russell line flows through this scenic town just outside of Zion National Park by Rockville.

Resultado de imagen de chimenea ladrillo blanco

“It only took a few years to convince Tim Fair to paint our fireplace brick white, haha! Couldnt be more in love with how it turned out and how bright it…”

Kitchen Island

This range hood could work in my kitchen. - Tour 10 Amazing Kitchens on HGTV-love the island range hood, plus countertop stove top grill

Grafton, Utah Schoolhouse/Church 1886. The two-story walls stand on a lava rock foundation quarried from a nearby hillside; its adobe bricks were handmade from clay dug west of town. Used as a school, church, meeting house and community center, the building hosted Friday night dances that drew cowboys from far out on the Arizona Strip. The last school class met in 1919.

Grafton, Utah Schoolhouse/Church 1886. The two-story walls stand on a lava rock foundation quarried from a nearby hillside; its adobe bricks were handmade from clay dug west of town. Used as a school, church, meeting house and community center, the building hosted Friday night dances that drew cowboys from far out on the Arizona Strip. The last school class met in 1919.

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