I measured the place. It seems bigger than this, but it's only just over 600 sq ft. I guess when you're used to living in a 225 sq foot motorhome, then anything almost three times larger seems huge. Funny, but we both commented on the waste of space between the kitchen and the living room!
Ruth, coming out of our "cabin". There are four crabapple trees in the front. They'll look really pretty in a few weeks.
Kitchen, complete with 1960's table and chairs.
Our bedroom. Pretty tough to take a worthwhile picture of an 8x10 room! Yes, everything is white. Gonna have to get a duvet cover to color things up a little!
Bedroom #2. Again, 8x10. That's a hideabed couch.
And, the facilities.
And so that's our living space for the next five months or so. Pretty happy with it actually! Not much left to do except some caulking around the shower stall. Oh, and get a range. The oven isn't working in the current one, and I took it apart and I think it needs a new control. They're almost $100 to get one, so I've already started looking for a used stove and oven and I think I've found one for $40. We'll see.
On to other news, the backhoe came yesterday morning to reroute the water from one of the culverts.
So the water drains in the right place!
Unfortunately, the damage is done and besides the road leading down to the boat launch, there's one dirt road that's going to need quite a bit of work, as well as at least four of our campsites.
The water was supposed to be flowing on the right side of those rocks! This is actually the road leading to three of the campsites.
Site # 4 is going to need a lot of work!
But that's okay. Because they bought me a toy that I can use to fix all of these problems!!! A little four wheel drive diesel tractor with a hydraulic bucket! It's used, but it's got really low hours on it!