X is for X-tremes
This week’s letter assignment is the letter X.
I thought I’d share some X-tremes we have run across on the lake. Starting with some X-treme Homes. . .
This home is one of my favorites on the lake. . .
X-treme craftsmanship and detail. . .
This home has x-treme water views, with water on three sides. . .
We watched this home being built~ I’m afraid this home owner is x-tremely color blind. . .
X-treme copper turrets, dwarfing the neighbor’s house next door. . .
This is the other x-treme seen on our lake.
I like the idea of being right on the water, but this would make me x-tremely nervous. . .
This x-tremely adorable boat house has everything you would need for a weekend get away :-)
This is something we hadn’t seen before on the lake~
An X-treme Airport~ this would certainly make your morning commute x-tremely easy :-)
An x-tremely large boat with an x-tremely small cover. . .
This is an X-treme Pontoon/Tiki Bar.
Complete with a hammock and potted palm trees~
X-tremely Distressing. . .
X-tremely Cheery :-)
X-tremely good odds for catching fish. . .
X-tremely better odds :-)
I am X-tremely Grateful for everyone’s kind comments and visits since I joined Blogland in January. In appreciation, I thought I would throw a Thank You Coffee for my tablescape this week.
This Mark Roberts’ Birds Nest Fairy was a birthday gift (thank you Pam :-) so I perched him on some boxes for an impromtu centerpiece next to a bird’s nest.
Help yourself to muffins, fruit, and mini quiches. There is juice & coffee. . .
I set the table with my Portmeirion Botanic Garden and added these mugs that I ran across at Home Goods~ they were in a three pack, by Rose of England.
This ceramic glazed bird bath I found at Target this spring. I have plans to use it indoors rather than out. I thought it would be a fun to use to serve your muffins :-)
My x-treme thanks for your comments and visits and
thanks to my hostesses to this week’s parties I’m linking to: