StoneCreek Settlement Bed and Breakfast
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... Beans & Rice dish. We joined them about 5 pm and visited around the fire a bit before we ventured inside to eat. We were joined by David & Linda McKee. It was a very nice group and the fellowship was very nice.
After dinner, we ventured back outside for a short while to sit by the fire. Even though Bob & Marilyn are not fulltime, they spend about 6 months out of the year in their 5er. ...
... was broken into last night. The thieves broke into several RV's ripping out TVs and microwaves. Then they stole a MH belonging to a Canadian couple. So much for feeling safe because they have 24 security cameras throughout the facility and have a guard 24 hours a day. Bob can't figure out how they drove the MH out since the article didn't mention the gate being broken. Did they have a code? Was it someone who has a space in the storage facility or ...
... started out fairly early. Mike and Rose had to leave about 8 am. They sing in their church choir and for Catholics, this is a Holy Day of Obligation and the choir was singing. So after they left, we just stuck around "G/G".
I called Laura and asked if they wanted to come over and play a game of BOGGLE. Well, they were just eating breakfast and wouldn't be ready until about noon. Bob and I decided to play BOGGLE until they ...
Jim & Laura joined us for dinner. They provided the ribs and mashed potatoes, I made Southern Fried Cabbage (never had it before and it was really good!). After dinner, Jim lit the fire and about 7 pm we braved the cold and went outside. We were joined by Bob & Marilyn Gum and David & Linda McKee for a brief time. After about 90 minutes, we wimped out and came inside where we ...
... will need something to keep things from shifting. We found a refrigerator lock in the child safety area that should work nicely. I will put something down to keep things from moving around inside.
Now to the thermostat. We had decided that we would just get a bigger heater to run (after all it isn't our electricity!) and then we'll take it in once we get back to have it fixed. Jim came over and Bob asked him about it, after several minutes ...