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DanadanadanaHere's my actual view.

Well, about 1/3 of the view at least.
The light’s not great, and the fog is burning off quickly. Finally, some sun! 3 years ago

DanadanadanaWell, here I am

in my little apartment with the nice view.

Now I just have to make it suitable.

I already made some little planter boxes for the balcony- they’re rustic, but functional. I took down all the “old lady” paintings that the woman who owns the apartment put up. They’re hidden int he closet for the moment.

Next task is to make some sort of shelving/side tables, a TV stand and maybe a nice bench to put in front of the big window. I seriously need storage, especially shelving, so now I guess I just need to design a few pieces to fit the room. 3 years ago

DanadanadanaIf I take the in-town place

THIS will be the view (pretty much). (Note the balcony rail looks exactly like this, the view looks pretty close. I think this person lived either at the same place or somewhere very near.)

See, the problem is… when there’s a view like that available, it;s hard to settle for a place that only has a view of the back of the neighbour’s gravel driveway :-( Even if the apartment itself is nicer. 3 years ago

DanadanadanaLooked at 2 places yesterday, roughly the same rent/ extra expenses for each.

So the choice is: The tiny place with the awesome view downtown or the bigger place with zero view a few km from town?

The tiny place has not-great style inside (a bit late 80s early 90s, would require some effort to overcome), the slightly bigger place has good potential to be modern/funky, and seems more spacious because of the high ceilings.

Since I only have acquaintances in the new town, not real friends yet, I think I may need to be living in the older style, but convenient place with the killer view, for social reasons! 3 years ago

Timid MagickLeaving home again...

first I need to keep my job. Then I need to find someplace about $400 that takes my dog and no one smokes. Of course never going to find anyplace like that without a roommate(s).
I like being a loner, having to share is difficult for me. 7 years ago

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