As a temporary measure Wilton rewired our phone lines to accept standard one-line telephones. So I scrounged around my workshop, and asked friends for a few standard telephones. This is what we've ended up with:
We're still having trouble with our voice mail. If you call us after hours, on weekends, or when Jude is away from her desk, you may not be prompted to leave a voice message. We're sorry for the inconvenience, but just keep trying to call (best times are Mon - Fri, 10 am - 6 pm) -- or send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Our latest Ocracoke Newsletter is Captain Rob's essay, "Schooner Windfall Sails into the Final Sunset." You can read it here:http://www.villagecraftsmen.com/news052110.htm.
WOW........a rotary dial phone, back in service. You should invite all of the young un's on the island to come by to see a bit of history that still works. Did you have to give your younger employees training in how to dial the phone? I think I still have a rotary phone lurking somewhere around the house........ReplyDelete
I have a push button one but like the rotary, it doesn't need electricity to run, just a phone jack -- great for storms when everyone's flooding the cell towers!ReplyDelete
I hear that your technician also dabbles in photography. He is quite talented with a camera to his eye!ReplyDelete
My parents (well into their 80's) still use one as their main phone. I've given them a couple of cordless ones but, they don't like them as well!ReplyDelete
We'll be seeing you next week! Yay!