A log book or journal of interesting facts and stories is of value when moving into a house to become a home.
It could be a keepsake record with a picture of how it looked when moving in. Later pictures of changes may be added.
Consider adding records that may be of interest to who may live there next and history of the home place is always of interest.
Some day it may be well to know when vital changes were made, the year the roof was replaced or when an addition was built on.
A record may hold proof of when a small native tree was brought from Grandpa's garden to be planted in the yard. That may be important years later when enjoying the shade on a warm summer day.
A three ring notebook may hold pictures, stories and vital details of landscape plantings and even who may have lived there before.
Time goes on, enjoys grow, so add another page.0
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