Curse of the white witch
All ye weary travelers are welcome at Hamfield Inn,reads the sign (which is in much need of repair and painting)outside of this humble two store building.The proprietor James Hamfield his young wife Hana along with James Jr (a son that James Sr had with his first wife Greta) run this charming little Inn.On the first floor is the great hall (not very great really)the furnishings are vary spares,some wooden chairs,a long table and two long benches with thread bare cushions make up the bulk of it.there is a large hearth on the
-—- wall,in which a low wood fire burns.(only when there are guest,which is vary seldom these days)there is a small door on the -—— end,beyond which lies the kitchen as well as the families sleeping quarters.in the -—,——— corner is a set of wooden stairs that lead the guest rooms on the second floor.
There are four small rooms up here,each with two wood frame beds.the straw stuffed mattresses are thin,lumpy and have holes where the stuffing sticks out and pokes you.there is a vary small stone hearth in each room along with an even smaller supply of wood to burn for heat.a small wash basin and water jug sit atop spindly stands in each room and a chamber pot under each bed.in each room there is one glassed pained window,the ones that haven’t been broken are dirty and hard to see through.when the wind blows you can hear it howling through the drafty jam’s and the meager fire in the hearth does nothing to keep you warm.