She and her business partner bought the old Fairview Mill.
How cool is that?
She's super excited about saving this historic old landmark.
There's a lot to done.
But, the 'bones' of the mill are sound.
adore these double doors.
I can just imagine them thrown open in the Fall, with dozens and dozens of pumpkins lined up beside them.
looking forward to seeing the mill renovated, and appreciated.
To learn more about Katie's plans you can visit her blog
http://fairviewmill.blogspot.com/ (click to link)
Katie also owns one of my favorite little shops:
"The Corner Station"
Click to link http://cornerstation.blogspot.com/
vintage picture of the station.
Giving credit, where credit is due.
The pictures are from Katie's blog, and from google.
I was over there on Thursday and intended on going back for some pictures today, but I've been down with a stomach ache.
I'll post some new pictures soon.
Attitude of gratitude:
~I'm grateful for "sprite". The only thing I can keep down right now.
~I'm grateful that Spencer and Brooke helped my sweet hubby finish half of the garage roof, this past weekend.
~I'm grateful for the overcast sky, and cooler temperatures. Hope it lasts the whole day long.
~I'm grateful that people like Katie see the value in old building, rich with history, and are saving them... one at a time.