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This is the hallway connecting the bedroom area of the house. You may recall, that as we entered the front of the house, I mentioned that the bedroom area was to the left. Our tour proceeded by going to the right. Well, now we are back. The cabinets on the right are full of linens. Nadine never met a sheet or towel she didn't like. We have a small plastic tree with some rope lights on it that act like a night light. We also added an automatic door closer, so that when we forget to close the door behind us, it closes by itself, and the doggies can't follow us and poop on the rugs. Next to the tree are a bunch of Klimpt prints that we picked up at a moving sale, when our friend Bertha moved from Mazatlan to Reno a few years ago. Henry's bedroom is just behind the tree, and Nadine's is at the other end of the hall, but first we'll take a look at Nadine's office, which she never uses. Here is part of Nadine's office. It also doubles as an exercise room, and has a stationary bike and a treadmill. The sofa is actually a futon and folds out into a double bed, should we ever need it. At the other end is a TV, so that we can walk on the treadmill or pedal the bike while being mildly entertained. You can also see Nadine's little oak desk. Next we go into the bathroom that adjoins Nadine's office. It is a full bath, with beautiful white and gold tile. The window in the shower consists of glass bricks.

Quote of the day:
What men call gallantry and gods adultry Is much more common where the climate's sultury
Lord Byron (1788-1824)

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