So sorry your trip was distressing. Most guests have appreciated the stay. The pine trees on the property have recently been thinned so that the hardwood understory (i.e.. live oaks, bradford pears, holly, crepe myrtles, pecans, etc.) can flourish. We are in the process of landscape projects including the creation of hugelkulture beds, swale systems, debris removal and edible food forest installation. We are using a backhoe machine this weekend to clear and regrade affected areas. The interior furniture is simple and advertised as such. It's unfortunate the facial board of the kitchen cabinet came off. That will be fixed immediately. I don't know what trash you are referring to in kitchen drawer. As far as I know, all electrical systems are functioning, the refrigerator is fine with minimal rust spots on one side and the master bathroom is operable. Yes, two of the three hammocks have seen their better day. As with all houses there are specialities that may seem foreign or peculiar to certain guests. When I arrived to inspect the house after your departure we found the sliding door to the T.V. room completely open to the outside world. Maybe a mouse got in that way? Thank you for hand washing the dishes! Personally, I find this act to be meditative and I believe it's listed on the website this is a necessary requirement. We will continue to upgrade certain aspects of the property as time and opportunity permits. Hopefully, if you visit again you will be pleased with the situation.
Hey guys, sorry you didn't find the grill! I guess I should have told you where it was. It was located on the screen porch off the T.V. room at ground level. It was hiding under it's protective cover. Next time you'll know it is and feel free to cook up some of the local goodness!