Dutch Man-cave

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Johnfromholland
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Anguished, tired of shopping, tv-soaps, moaning about hard socks and thirsty? Tell your wife you're out to buy some sigarets, move your Jensen and yourself to my backyard & enjoy the welness of drinking beer, talking sence and nonsence, doing nothing or a combination of all these. Free consult included!
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do you also happen to have a well appointed bar? am envious of your setup, would very much enjoy a day/evening there! hope all is well!
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Fantastic John. I love the coloured glass windows.
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yeah, yeah- the stained glas windows are great (a bit strange for a log cabin)- but is the bar well equipped?
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Felix,
This cave is not the instrument to stay sober. I am getting problems financing my alcoholproblem since I finished this shed. So I started brewing my own beer again. Do consult me whenever you're around. And yes mr. architect, the original trapper cabins didn't have windows; you do know your classics :wink: . I did make a concession between originality and functionality. Windows came from a renovated house in Rotterdam (1930), stove from France, same era. Rocking chair from Indonesia is probably the oldest item, around 1910.
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John
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