The joys of refridgerated food.

Trip Start Oct 28, 2004
Trip End Aug 08, 2005

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Thursday, January 13, 2005

We have already explained the state of the house when we first arrived. And while you all feared that we would contract some sort of weird disease from the flith we're here to tell you that we survived. The house is clean and we have enough furniture to allow 5 people to sit comfortably in the living room and even space enough for them all to sleep. Sure there is still five different colors of linoleum and a teal bathroom but we're quite happy. Even if the Salvation Army contributed 100% to our decorating everything matches.

We have become accustomed to sleeping in beds, watching tv on our little tv that only gets three channels (when the attenas are pointed the right way, of course), and eating food that can be refridgerator. That is why yesterday when the ex-tenant of cabin 40 came over our perfect little world came crashing down. He came under the pretenses of returning his keys but really he came to scout out what furniture he had left. He told the story how he wasn't there when everyone moved out and that the refridgerator was really his. Danni, being the future lawyer she is, explained that the fridge was left fair and square and I had cleaned the disasterous thing out and we at least should get to keep it for another week. He agreed to the conditions so we have only a week left of using the fridge.

I devised the plan that I would sneak the fridge into my room so he couldn't see it through the front doors and when he inquired about it we would just tell him that we left it out on the front porch and when it was gone one day we assumed it was him that took it.

We are in between a rock and a hard place right now. Do we give it back when we were told to throw whatever we didn't want away by the landlord? Do we keep it full of food and let it rot on the front porch until he comes to get it? We just don't know. All we know is that our happy little house is going to be a sad one come next week with no refridgerator.
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