Waking up to a snowy day at The Horsfall House
The screened in porch helps keep insects out, and is a great place to store wet boots and shoes.
The kitchen has all of the basic appliances you might need.
Looking toward the breakfast nook on the right wall is a magazine rack with vintage publications, including a New Yorker with a cartoon signed by the artist. (The artist and her family were staying at the house, discovered the magazine, and signed it!)
In the "Big Bottom Valley," you might see cows or a herd of Roosevelt elk. If you call out to the cows and shout "Moo," there will be a delayed reaction before they turn their heads toward you in unison.
A close up of the breakfast nook
Looking toward the right wall as you enter from the kitchen porch, you'll see artifacts from bygone days.
Looking from the kitchen into the dining room, on the left you'll find a built-in hutch with dishes and glasses. The dining table opens to seat up to eight people, and a small second table seats two.
At the peak of summer the field is covered with hay, which is harvested and baled in the early fall.