Thursday, March 22, 2012

bath time . . .

. . . when the weather's fine. 

: :

{the bath is hooked up to an old wood chip heater
that came from the farmhouse where i grew up.
the cast iron bath came from the farm too.}


  1. Gorgeous photos, Rachel! What a great idea, hooking the bath up to the chip heater. Brings back childhood memories for me. That's how we used to heat our water up when I was growing up.

  2. That is so cool. A friend back home had a similar set up with the bath over a small fire pit.

  3. This is GORGEOUS!! It reminds me of when I was little, we were living in a caravan while dad was building our house, though our baths were in a plastic tub, this is so much more romantic!! x

  4. Oh lucky you! I am dreaming of doing this in our back yard! My Dad put the stop to my plans of pinching his old cast iron bath languishing on his block... it will happen though, I am determined to find my own cast iron bath cheaply. What gorgeous memories they create :)

  5. Gorgeous pictures, such a nostalgic way to take a bath.

  6. Gorgeous, Rachel! Look at our girls in their outdoor baths! I bet you just wanted to (or did!) jump in there with her!

    p.s - i passed the sunshine award onto you. check out my blog to see xx

  7. Hello! I found you via one claire day and glad I did.....beautiful photos:)

  8. I wish that was my bath time! Oh so lovely.

    I came over from Claire's place as well. Lovely to meet you. x

  9. such gorgeousness over here.

  10. looks amazing.
    i crave a real bathtub. cold iron and hot water is bliss to me.
    x ashley

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