Rain, go away

I’m sitting here in the shop today, and it won’t quit raining. The rain isn’t necessarily so bad, it is the fact that it is so cold that the rain will turn to ice and make my drive home a bad deal. This dude just called and was an Asian dude. Read more…

…And now the gate is up

I was working today, and got a text from Dale Boyer. He asked me if I knew why there was a fence around the Rodeway Inn. I honestly have no idea why it is there, and that’s what I told him. At this point, I really do not care about the place; as I am ready to move on with my life. I do not want to sound bitter about the Rodeway Inn, because I am not. (more…)

Auction Day 2

Another very interesting day today. The live auction happened yesterday, and today is the 2nd and final day for people to pick up their purchases. Today, Dale and I are here until 6pm. In addition to that, Chris Peters, from AMRESCO Commercial Finance wanted us to drain the remainder of the pool today.

I showed up at the Hotel to do one thing before I ran to Tates Rents to get the pump, and there were people in the building. I was trying to figure out how they got into the building. The only thing that I could think of, was that when M&T Security came through the building overnight, that they didn’t make sure it was fully closed. No one was able to get into any of the rooms, but the point is still the same. I got back with the pump, and Dale started to drain the pool the rest of the way. (more…)

You are going to do what?

The hotel received a letter at the P.O. Box today from an attorney’s office in Maryland. The letter alleges that Mr. Benjamin Slavic (name was changed to protect the innocent) wants to be compensated $500,000. Yes, you read that correctly. The letter alleges that Mr. Slavic checked into the hotel on July 27, for 8 nights and was also charged for the same. The letter continues to state that Mr. Slavic returned to the hotel that night and I had told him he needed to leave and had packed his belongings in violation of Mr. Slavic’s civil rights. It gets funnier, “Mr. Slavic paid $545.00 without being allowed to stay at the hotel”.

My response was this: