22 May 2012
Furnishing the house
There are four bedrooms and a kitchen in the new house that had to be stocked with usable stuff. Thrift stores in Bluefields provided most of the what was needed to stock the bedrooms and some of kitchen supplies: sheets, towels, pillowcases, bedspreads, blankets (yes, it gets cold at night), knives, a colander. The thrift store finds were washed and, in the case of the linens, dried in the tropical sunshine.
No, none of it matches but I've got a tent I don't need anymore for anybody who cares about matching sheets.
New stuff - mosquito nets, mattresses, pillows, and the beds to put them on; and the rest of what I wanted for the kitchen - I purchased at other stores in Bluefields or directly from the craftsmen who made them.
The list of what went into the house seemed endless and at one time I felt as though I'd bought at least one of everything in town and carried it out to False Bluff.
Clean linens, waiting to go
Supplies for the kitchen
Posted by False Bluff at 7:13 AM