On the way back, we stopped by the little church. I think it would be a great place to open a quilt/yarn shop, since there don't seem to be any in the area. A small building attached to the back looks like the residence, and it has a great basement. It looks like it has been for sale for a long time. I couldn't quite convince Patty ... even though she need only work during the summer months. Later I found it on-line for $49,500 cash only. Built in 1908, no financing was available.
Main Floor (from internet site)
Outside (this is my image)
I just think it would make the cutest quilt/yarn shop ... people would stop just to see the inside!! Course it does need just a little restoration!! It even still has some of the stained glass windows. At the very least, it would be an amazing 6000+ sq ft summer house. I wish I had the nerve to take it on!!!
Dinner at the Golf Shop Grill was okay, but nothing to write home about. Back at my rig, I have had a hankering for banana bread, which I set about making. I love to bake, but have never used a convection oven, even though my oven at home is both electric and convection. I checked on the internet for a time/temperature conversion chart and found all I had to do was lower the temperature 50 degrees. I have to say, it came out pretty good. I think I cooked it a little too long, something about small loaves versus one large loaf ... the bottom is a little crusty, but delicious!!!!
If you are interested in the church, give me a call ..... I won't hold my breath though!!!