Butler stairs? Maid's quarters? Professional gardners? Swimming pool cleaners? Oh, such a life that would be. He-he.Love those old narrow back simple pine stairs. Such stories they could tell.Enjoy the sunshine...
when we lived just outside of chicago, our house had a back staircase. i LOVED it. and when all four kids and their friends played hide and seek, the game would go on and on...there was always an alternative stairway to avoid the seeker!i often wondered about the folks who used those stairs years ago...
I have me some of those Butler stairs - though I must admit I never thought to call them that. We rebuilt ours a couple of summers ago, after J and I both fell down them...not at the same time, luckily. Yours have a beautiful patina to them!
Beautiful photos & words!
Beautiful old stairs. What stories they could tell!
These are the stairs I would choose, they have a much more interesting tale to tell.
I really like this, Suz! "A thousand miles of service written on the wood..." You've told a huge story in that line! Rick
How are you putting those words on your pictures? !!!
In "Picasa" there is a place for textto be put on photos
butler stairs COULD tell a thousand stories....especially via the pen of suz!!!!i'm off to catch up on my suz reading - yay!
Love those stairs, they have so much character and have seen so much. Nice poem! You are bursting with creative energy.
gorgeous photo. those stairs are so pretty, love your musings about them.
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