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You can see how the bookcase is filling up. The the bottom row, third column, has our dictionaries and similar references. We've installed the answering machine here, and Lynn's laptop computer and printer are temporarily situated here. The cord situation is ugly, because the nearest power two outlets are on the right (next to the lightswitch) and we can't fit one of those "six-in-one" receptables over them, while the phone jack is on the left wall. There's also more power on the left wall, but it's switched off of a lightswitch-dimmer. Clearly this is a temporary solution...

(2001-04-09 )

Photos by Chaz Boston Baden.

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