Van Dyke A-Frame Reno

April 2, 2016

Life Scenes

Last week I shared some exciting news on our instagram… we’re moving into my grandpa Frank’s old a-frame cabin in Utah! He built it about 25 years ago as a place for solitude and family. I still remember the old aztec print couches and the big bucket of lincoln logs my grandma would pull out for us kids to play with. We have a few special memories from that place. It’s surreal to think of all the new one’s we’ll soon be making. A brand spankin’ new bucket of lincoln logs is at the top of my list before we move in.4a7c6c5123fb01404bdb4597fe0abb86 33a8a4d016656503ce4355d42063fde1 46a64d759f23f7a5ca816543d2c98dd3 92104c32139247cd71ac4f46860bb187 6612054b873be5db43005e789f7cc1d8 be33b5f884e36fd99751ffdd41a76dc8 cc0cea2dbedf82acbe037568dc882f10 ea1d22ccace0e685b2b0115cf70ff883The cabin needs some work, it’s still in great condition overall, but a little love wouldn’t hurt. We lived in it three years ago on Garrett’s summer internship. My mom used to joke that we were “camping in a cabin” because so many things didn’t really work anymore haha. Oh and we found rodents in the laundry room the night I went into labor with our son. Quite a story, but I’ll share that another time ;)

It’s been so fun to start fixing it up and making it our own. The pictures above are a little inspiration we’ve found.

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