Tuesday, April 19, 2011

'Gypsies' hit the road in search of adventure "and discover innkeeping"

They hiked great expanses to photograph wildflowers in the spring, and they marveled in watching meteor showers in a pitch-black sky.
Carrizo Wildflowersphoto © 2010 Chuck Abbe | more info (via: Wylio)
HARD WORK

The Pastericks stayed at small, bed-and-breakfast places when touring different weekend festivals with their homemade jellies, sauces and herbs.

In some cases, the innkeepers checked them in and were never seen again. Looked easy enough, they thought.

They arrived at The Inn at Duneland Beach in March 2000. The nine-room house that used to serve as a brothel was about a block from Lake Michigan.

Winter fog crept by the leafless trees in front of the inn as they prepared breakfast for their guests. “We treated them as if they were staying in our home,” Sheri said. ...

Read the entire article by Monica Torline about one couple's journey to freedom and adventure and how they stumbled upon innkeeping here.


Article brought to you by your Innkeeper at The Claiborne House Bed and Breakfast in Rocky Mount Virginia - Blue Ridge Country "Where you can toss a rock in any direction and hit a musician!"

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