By Roger Hazard
We're starting our renovation just as winter arrives in full force to our village. That means we have to improvise a bit. No work can happen outside, of course. The garage is too cold for projects, as well. So we'll be utilizing our basement and a spare bedroom as makeshift workshops.
Here's a taste of what our village looks like under a blanket of snow. Chris walked around Sharon Springs early in the morning and took some snapshots. Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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