Unexpected Mountain-Based Neighbor Moves Into Seattle Retirement Community
There's a new retirement community in Seattle that has the people living in the surrounding neighborhood a little concerned. Though there has been very little word from the developer of the retirement community,
"I began to get curious about this new retirement community when I noticed the homes looked really huge. I mean, even in this area of really large homes, the homes at the Great Heights Retirement Community are overly large. The front doors of most of them must be at least ten feet high!"
Sandra has also noticed other things as well. Things that happen only under the cover of darkness and that make her reach for her phone in the morning to talk to her friend, Goldie, who lives on the property adjacent to the Great Heights Retirement Community. The two women compare notes on the happenings that occur at the newest Seattle retirement community.
"The home whose property is located next to mine recently had a nighttime delivery of furniture. This furniture was larger than any I have ever seen. The dining room chairs looked big enough for giants to use," Goldie Huntley stated in a breathless voice.
Using high powered, nighttime binoculars, Goldie is able to easily to keep tabs on the after hours developments at the retirement community. It was she who first realized the occupants of the new retirement community might not be people after all, but some other creatures. Some creatures that are very tall, very broad, and very hairy.
"People looked at me very weirdly when I first started talking about the possibility of a Bigfoot couple moving into the retirement community. Then I met Sandra, and she was the first person to think that maybe I wasn't totally off my rocker for thinking there are Bigfoot among us," Goldie mused.
In fact, judging by the expansive nature of the homes currently finished out in the Great Heights Retirement Community, it appears that the entire community will be exclusively for those Bigfoot who have reached retirement age and want to enjoy the finer things in life in an upscale neighborhood. So Goldie, Sandra, and the other residents of their neighborhood shouldn't be surprised to see their Bigfoot neighbors out enjoying rounds of golf on their own private golf course, complete with size specific equipment or dancing the night away out by their larger-than-Olympic-sized pool.
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