A Little Bit About A Crazy Evening

03/31/2010 at 11:03 am 1 comment

This time of year I close the office and store at 6 p.m. Campers can always find a space and self-register, if they’re the rare type who travel later, but because there are usually so few guests and they tend to snuggle indoors in March, closing at 6 works. HA … NOT LAST NIGHT!

Campers were still pulling in at 7:30!! We dispense about 130 pounds of propane at 7. I had shoppers in the store still at 7:15. The laundry room was bustling with TV watchers and folks using the Guest PC in that room (not that the laundry room closes, but they were visiting with me … so I wanted to be there!).

Most couples had been here before but a few were new. One returning guest was anxious to use the Guest PC since their laptop apparently bit the dust on their trip.

Then Farmer David stopped in to study the garden. The garden is going to be MAGNIFICENT this year! He’s going to enlarge the current one and add THREE more patches!

I wish I had photos to show since I know they speak a thousand words, but life is happening just a little ballistically┬áright now. I promise … photos will come along soon!

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