January 2012

Found 2 blog entries for January 2012.

The Old Louisville Inn is one of the oldest buildings still standing in historic Old Town Louisville.  This beautiful building has been the home of several different restaurant establishments over its 106 year life span. The building was originally built by E.J. Difrancia, who was the Louisville agent for Tivoli Beer in Denver.  The Old Louisville Inn has a picturesque antique back bar that dates back to the 1880s in Louisville, Colorado.  This bar is the second oldest in Colorado and features a copper spit trough and a 22 caliber bullet hole.



In the early days, the saloon was also known as the Colorado Cafe and the Primrose and was an operating ice house.  The original hand-crank elevator was and still is in use today. In its prime, this

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Much to my wife's chagrin I have the desire to one day build and live in a 600 sq foot cabin.  When everyone else is walking around IKEA I am sitting in the 450 Square foot house thinking this would be just perfect.  Their is just something special about a small home.  Everything has a place and is within easy reach.  

It is not uncommon for Cyndy to come down at night and say what are you doing on the computer.  "You are looking at the site again!" I have to embarrassingly admit "yes."  For those of you who suffer from Small house addiction like me, be sure to visit cabinporn.com.  It will truly stimulate the brain juices and allow for hours of blissful dreaming.

The photo of the cabin by Trevor Curtin of Grandfather Oak Carpentry looks

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