Somebody lives there? How cool would that be. Yes, I live in a castle. Someone was very brave with their architecture.
Wow! That's really cool!!!
That is beautiful! I wish it was mine!
never even knew you took that...cool!
Very cool! I hope it isn't as drafty as a real castle. ;) Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Oh, how neat! It would be fun to visit there.
I can't believe that's someone's home. My daughter would love to live there!
I would like to live in such a castle, but I am afraid I can't afford all the staff you need for it to keep it neat !
Here I thought this was where you met Amy. :)
Is this your home? ;) Very cool picture.
And I bet they never need to worry about painting or siding on the house! What a cool place to live - I can only imagine what the inside looks like!
Great picture. Interesting home?!?!? It actually looks sorta small in the picture. Happy Wednesday. I'm up too at http://beckie-photoblog.blogspot.com/
Hard to believe somebody lives there. Wow.
I can see them sitting on their throne now.My photo was a jab at conformity - yours is a salute to nonconformity - BRAVO!Thanks for stopping in.
Cool picture! Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment on my blog. Happy Wednesday!- Stephaniewww.mesocrafty.wordpress.com
That is a squatty castle. lol I know it's probably normal sized, but this pic makes it look like it's been built for elves. Wouldn't it be fun to live there? Then again, you'd have to get used to people driving slowly by, pointing and taking pictures. *grin*
Wow! I'd like to live there!!! Great pic!My WW is up to, please stop by my blog and have fun!Happy Wednesday,SonnyakaSweet like KittyI will exercise for comments!!!
WOW! I´d love to have a rest in the castle´s pool you´ve mentioned =)
Terrific photo. What a neat place! Interesting architecture.
Whoa - talk about the fairytale life! How very cool! D :)
what an awesome house! i wonder how much that cost
That is really cool.Looks like it would be fun to visit.Happy WW!
Oh.MY.WORD!Well, if I could, I guess I would.
What an interesting choice for a home. Thanks for sharing this pic.
ive seen this house before i think lynns daughter drove me by there, when she was going to drive me by brian littrells house
Thanks for posting this. I think I've already left you word that as a teen we were on 140 every weekend going back and forth to my grandfather's property. It's off of East Cherokee Drive in Canton. I saw the castle being built from an empty piece of ground to what you see today. I've added your blog (and Amy's) to the Georgia blogroll at Georgia On My Mind and will try to remember to link to this in an upcoming post. I think it's so neat.
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