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Will be taking up this topic in Monday's column. But in the meantime, here's an email from Ed and Jan Reynolds.
"As we remodeled the bathroom (originally a bedroom) in our 100+-year-old farmhouse, we found shards of a delicate bud vase, a tiny bottle that once held strychnine sulph. crystals, a three-inch cow horn grouped with several dessicated ears of corn, a section of a 1913 Spokesman-Review, and a June 1909 issue of Green's Fruit Grower."
Della Stevens found an empty whiskey bottle. She thinks that might explain some of the workmanship she has encountered.
Don Ide discovered a couple of pairs of bibbed overalls being used as insulation.
A few years ago, a bathroom project at Jill Wakeling's house revealed lots of Spokane newspapers from the 1960s. "My three daughters had fun looking at the articles and advertisements."
What really blew their mind? "Three television channels."
Interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn created this dining room for HGTV.com by updating mismatched flea market chairs with the same color spray paint and cushion fabric for a high-end look on a tight budget.
Several Facebook friends posted this exciting news:
HGTV Fans - Your wait is over…HGTV’s Bang For your Buck is coming to Spokane.
We are looking for renovated GREAT ROOMS in the SPOKANE area.
.Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us why you deserve to be on Bang For Your Buck. Include a couple of pictures and the estimated cost of the renovation. More about the show here.
Have you recently remodeled anything?