“It’s stunning,” Donna said as she looked out of the cabin window. Paul walked over to her and handed her a mug of hot, steaming coffee, which she readily accepted.
“I knew you’d love it out here,” Paul said as he put his arms gently around Donna’s waist so as not to spill her coffee.
“I do, Paul. I was hesitant at first, but I’m so glad you talked me into it.”
“We’re completely off grid, Donna,” Paul said. “No electricity, no TV, no radio, no internet, no cellphone service. Just the two of us and our books, a fully stocked pantry, plenty of wood to keep the fire going and the coffee hot on the potbelly stove.”
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