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Hi there, it looks as though we might not be at home when you arrive this evening so you will need to let yourself in via the lockbox. Locate the box and flip open the cover. Push down the Clear button to make sure it is ready for your input. Type in 1489 and then push down the Open button and you will find a key which will open the front door. Please be sure to return the key immediately (see IMPORTANT section below). To do so press the Clear button again then dial in 1489 again then hold down the Open button and close the door (with the key inside, of course!)

Come on in and head down the hall. The third door on the right (the glass door) will lead down some stairs to your two rooms. Please make yourself at home! As for the upstairs, you'll find the bathroom, laundry room, and kitchen -- please make use of the shared spaces as you would like.

IMPORTANT

When you have unlocked the front door please return the key immediately as it is our only spare and there may be someone coming after your stay. There is a front (and back) door key hanging inside by the downstairs door which you can keep with you during your stay to come and go so please return the key! Sorry to be so strident!

If you need anything at all please do not hesitate to call me on 360-739-9067.  

Welcome!

Phil, Lola and Ally

PS for obvious reasons please do not pass this link on to other people. Thanks!

Mud Koko Siggy PPS Cats!

We own three cats (I mean three cats own us)- Mud, Koko and Siggy. Mud is the most passive and adorable king of cats. Please feel free to pick him up and snuggle him. Koko and Siggy on the other hand… are also lovely cats but they have a definite patience limit so please be a little more careful with them. Stroke them and pat their fuzzy heads by all means but they don’t like to be picked up or to have extended attention from strangers. We would advise using Mud as a therapy cat and treating the other two with the respect they feel they deserve!