Last week I had a chance to reshoot this lovely home on Gilmore Lake near Minong, Wisconsin. That doesn’t happen often; it’s a long story, but here’s the short version: back in July, 12″ of rain in one night. Burst dam upstream, lake momentarily up several feet, house all fixed up and better than ever, and now it’s finally ready for its close-up. The lower level now has brand new, minty-fresh sheet rock and flooring–plus a new furnace, water heater, and all that other infrastructure-type stuff. While they were at it, the sellers also did a few renovations upstairs. The house is now better than it ever was. For more photos, just scroll on down.