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Our Cabin....

Our cabin was definitely smaller than an ordinary hotel room, but it was larger than I expected.

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The funny square on the wall hides a light fixture.  If it has another purpose, we never figured it out.

The table, though, hides the life jackets.  Not surprisingly, Stan and I mentally redesigned the area to better utilize the space.

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IMGP5965.JPG (81424 bytes) We added a hanging plastic shoe/sweater holder to our closet.  It was helpful to have a place to put our games, paper, computer and camera accessories, etc.

On the back of the bathroom door, we used a hanging shoe bag to hold small items.  (You can see Stan's foot propped up on the bed.)

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IMGP5964.JPG (158786 bytes) There's no such thing as enough closet or shelf space, but there was a lot more shelf space than I thought there would be.

Towel Animals

Each night, the room steward (who we never saw) turned down the bed and left us a towel animal.

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  2005, Beth Weiss
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