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And the view from the window over the sink:  

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That looks like Pennsylvania, @sparrowgrass .

 

But it could be a lesser state in the Appalachians as well.  ; - )

 

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I see my stove there,  I see my refrigerator there

 

maybe my dishwasher, but I only used that once, it stores pyrex glass baking stuff and conning ware stuff

 

so mush be W. Mass  Berkshires 

 

in E. Mass we have the GE micro built in above the stove.    We're mot Urban.

 

I can tell you this, Its not California

 

its along the Appalachian Trail.

 

http://www.appalachiantrail.org/home/explore-the-trail/explore-by-state

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@sparrowgrass I have "view envy".  Much prettier than my suburban landscape.

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Not the Appalachians--the Missouri Ozarks.  Taum Sauk Mountain, highest place in Missouri (at an *astounding* 1609') is about 5 miles to the south of me.  

 

The 'mountain' in the picture is called Pilot Knob, the site of a small but important Civil War battle.  

 

Here is a picture of my 'other' stove.  It is in the sunroom, and not working.

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14 hours ago, sparrowgrass said:

Here is a picture of my 'other' stove.  It is in the sunroom, and not working.

 

sparrowgrass,

 

What fuel did your "other" stove use when it was working? I don't think I've ever seen one like it. Very pretty.

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It is a gas stove.  It has all the pieces, but I have never hooked it up. The oven is too small.  

 I think it is about a hundred years old.  

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