source? Dallas does not lend itself to the desire for a porch. Not for me, anyway. Maybe in the fall, a porch would be nice, but in the summer, no thank you. With the 110 degree temps, plus the mosquitoes, I prefer staying indoors. However, today, with the wonderfully mild weather we're having, I'd love a porch in which to enjoy the day. Since I don't, I'm going to settle for looking at these instead. I hope you're having a lovely weekend! Traditional Home Colorado Homes New England Home Architectural Digest
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