Posted by Lily at 11:54 PM
Sep 1, 2011
I began to oggle the kits that were on the market. How much easier would it be, I thought, if I just bought a kit and knocked out wall here, or put a dormer in there? Far easier, I imagined. In fact, there was even a Queen Anne kit, made by Real Good Toys, that would almost entirely fit the bill of what I wanted in a house - and it was giant! With, unfortunately, a giant price tag.
Then, for my birthday, my husband suggested I go buy a kit that I wanted. We both agreed the RGT Queen Anne was too expensive, and in reality, the QA was a little too big and just didn't "speak" to me in the way I wanted. Instead, I kept coming back to an old Duracraft San Franciscan and falling in love with it's two front towers. The only problem was, the SF was too small for what I wanted! Do I sound like Goldilocks yet?