October 18, 2019. And so, the big day finally arrived. The furniture was professionally moved in by a white gloved service. For the past year, all the major pieces had been shipped to them and then stored in their warehouse. I can’t tell you how many times the move day had to be rescheduled because of illness, inclement weather, schedule conflicts, or the holidays, but most of the time, it was the inclement weather. Tumble Moon’s soil can take days to dry out after any kind of rain. We needed to do the unloading while the ground was dry—dry enough to be able to bring in the large truck, unload the furniture, set all pieces on the ground around the truck, and then select the heavier pieces to move inside first.
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You need to send these fabulous photos into “Garden & Gun”, and have them to an expose on your property. They are always sharing wonderful articles on hidden locales….
Cool! Thank you, Ann. I’ve heard good things of the magazine, but have never actually seen one. A Charleston design studio that I follow on Instagram has done some impressive design work for them.