Finally Home!

Finally in Olympia!

Here’s a nice panoramic view of the house! It’s so cool! I will post more pictures in the next few days and tomorrow when it’s light out again! Woohoo!

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2 thoughts on “Finally Home!

  1. Looking forward to more pictures.

  2. Shira Moch

    The house looks so awesome and so much better than my imagination made it out to be. Amazing job and so glad you are home Yuri!

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