The Farm House

Yesterday I shared with you a tool shed that lies to the west of my Mama's farm house in Richland, Oregon.  Today, I thought we'd take an informal tour of the house!  The home was built at the beginning of the 1900's.  It lies on a small plot of land near the Eagle Creek.  My mama and her sweet husband, Obbie, are still in the process of refurbishing the main house, but here is a little peek as it stands today.

My mom has created a beautiful little office and sewing room in the upstairs bedroom.  

Here is the master bedroom on the first floor.

The piece below was painted on a slab of old weathered wood.

This is the room that my husband and I always stay in. Its filled with all sorts of sweet family memorabilia, like the marriage certificate of my great-grandparents below.

This is a photo of my great-grandmother Beatrice Viola Noble Cochran.

My brother is visiting the farm from Chicago, so my Mama made up this little room on the back patio.  It used to be a canning porch, and is the future site of a bathroom.  That's their next big project!

Tomorrow, We'll finish the house tour with a look 
at the exterior of the house and the gardens!