The builing on the right is the carriage house, which is being renovated.
A homey scene in a small bedroom or sewing room.
I love the green tiles.
Here's a view out the back from another window.
Simple and elegant.
Here's the view east from an upper-story window looking toward the downtown area. You can see Tongue Point in the distance.
I love the ornamented hardware - as I said, just a few notches more ornate than the hardware in Grandma's house, but in a similar vein - a similar feel.
Outside now, a blue and white fowering bush in the front yard.
Here is the imposing facade - once again, a few notches more ornate than Grandma's, but with some similar elements.
More of the intriguing, majestic facade.
On the corner of Duane Avenue and 8th Street.
Across the street from the Flavel House is "the Goonies' Jail," the old county jail, with the courthouse on the right.
On the front corner of the courthouse is an old cannon. There's a cement bench in front, and on the bench the plaque reads: "Dedicated to our Fathers, by Oregon Department Daughters, Union Veterans of the Civil War 16th (?) Convention (?) 1934" and the dates 1861 and 1865.