Another feature is the guest book, in which people who rent the cabin are invited to include their experiences, comments, remarks, and hopefully how much they enjoyed their stay.
I enjoy reading these. Some of the entries are charming: those left from family vacations, often by a young but relatively articulate child, others include glowing descriptions of the beach and local birds or marine life, impromptu poetry (apparently the Gulf Coast is congenial to the Muses), allusions that the rental occasion was for a honeymoon or anniversary, and others.
However, there was one entry that stood out in relief: this one might even rate an R rating, if such ratings were bestowed on rental cabin guest books. Specifically, the three-page entry was about how one member of a pair of couples could not make the trip, so the remaining three went together and had a good time anyway. Specifically, it alluded to the cabin as "The Love Shack." Apparently, in using the hot tub they adhered to the "clothing optional" policy, and there were references to "toys." Apparently, they amused themselves with some of the games and other recreational equipment!
I'm glad Justin, Becky, and Megan had such an enjoyable stay!