Because our house is one big circle and mighty confusing if you don't live here (so I've been told,) I thought a pictoral house tour may help.
I'm only including the dowstairs since we don't live upstairs yet.
Let's start at the front, shall we?
We come in the front door:
Turn to the left, through a doorway and enter the living room:
Walk behind the loveseat to see the rest of the room and down the looong hall way type situation:
Let's walk through that door way - and you'll find my "closet" and where I'm supposed to work out:
We'll continue down the "hallway situation":
The door way to the left in the above picture is the master bedroom:
The doorway at the end of the loong hallway situation is the laundry room and my shoe closet:
Now, lets go back to the front of the house and come in the front door again:
This time we're turning to the right and through another doorway:
Step into the room and look down another looong hallway type situation:
Let's walk through this door way and find the dining room:
Continue down the "hallway situation" to this:
Through the door on the right is the downstairs bathroom:
And through the door on the left is a cut through to the other hallway, the one with the red runner just past the room with my closet and workout gear, and a door to the creepy, flooding basement. No picture necessary, not really much to look at.
Past the bathroom door is the breakfast area, where the "china cabinet" lives, which you cannot see in this picture:
At the very back of the house through the last doorway down the looong "hallway situation" is the kitchen:
I called all the walkways "hallway situations" b/c all it really is a walk through a bunch of rooms. I've left out the stairway doors (one in the landry room and one in the workout room) since we're not visiting the upstairs today. It's much too cold up there, we only keep the heat set to 45 degrees since we don't live up there yet.
So there you have it, a tour of the Ringger Hudson Compound. Hopefully, this will help you follow along when we start making changes and I start talking about where the new kitchen, new dining room, new living room, etc will live.