Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Oysterville

My family took a little trip to the coast over the weekend. I LOVE this place, Oysterville, WA! It is just a short little street of 10-12 homes, or so... but every home is just perfect to me! Lots of different picket fences and cute porches! I feel like I'm in a little New England town when I drive through there.






This one is my most favorite home! So Sweet! I really want to live there! I love the porch swing and even the perfect little swing hanging from the tree!

You have to check it out for yourself! It is much better in person!

13 comments:

Karen said...

We had so much fun having you! I'm so glad you got to finally meet Kelley, she's really nice. Kristin just got home from painting the kitchen in the little church! It looks a lot better. Tell the family hi again, it was great for our husbands to meet! Karen

Erika said...

WOW! that looks idealic! I love all the pictures. Thanks for sharing! Now I have some vision of how beautiful it is there.

Halo Hill said...

Hi! You now have a blog! Hurray, hurray! Hope to see you soon!

Sheila

Stephanie said...

BEAUTIFUL!! I would have loved to come along on that ride with you.
I think Bart and I would pick the RED house. One: the flag pole Bart has always wanted one. Second: from the outside it looks like the people that live in there are totally organized, clean and stress free!! I dream of that everyday! I bet there are not piles of laundry all over!
I also loved that church.
I absoulutely love where you live!
love ya,
stephanie

Laurie said...

What a sweet little town! I love the picture of the bend in the road and the church and the cute houses and everything. I'm glad you're blogging away. Keep it coming!

Kelly said...

what up girlfriend! i was over on sauvies island, and i said wouldn't it be great to live out in a cute little house with a few friends as neighbors, and just live off the land, fresh bread, fresh eggs, fresh flowers, let's do it, let's all move to oysterville!

LISA said...

Uh ya sign me up, that place is beautiful, looks like it is almost fake it looks so perfect. I miss you, see ya soon.

Kristin said...

Natalie! Mom and the kids and I went to Long Beach to their Cranberrian Festival. We looked for Oysterville but... didn't find it! It's been fun to get back in touch with you and it was so special that were able to be a part of the way our family lives- er uh... party's! :) You're such a cheerful, encouraging person to get to hang out with! Can't wait to do the show in mom's little church with you! I love your creativity!

brittany said...

it looks so beautiful there! what part of the coast is it?

Karen said...

uh mmmm, Natalie, wasn't sure you check your gmail, but I just send you a file of photos you'll like. See ya Saturday! Karen

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

What a neat town. Seems very like a great place to visit!

littlebyRD said...

It looks like a real gem! I must check it out..Your photos looked great. It was great to see you on Saturday! I am just today feeling a bit better.

Britt- Sparkled Vintage Charm said...

I put pics of Oysterville on my blog the other day. Isn't it a darling place. My hubby and I got married in the little church there :-) I hope you have a fantastic day!! hugs!! Britt :-)