Storm In The Heartland (Part 2, page 4 of 6)


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Part 2

‚Äč Emilly's neighber lost everything so Emilly invited them a temporary place to stay and that was what had been a farm hand bunkhouse which was spared any damage. Her neighbor a couple with four children was thankful for the James family hospitality. The bunkhouse had a kitchen with a long wood table that sat twelve, bathroom with shower and in the next room had six bunkbeds that slept twelve people. Emilly and her next door neighbor cleaned it up really good and even aired the building plus the beds was vacumed and made with nice clean sheets and blankets. The children found some of their toys that was spared by the storm and her neighbor found some of the family's photos and their metal lock box that had their important papers under the debris of their house.

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