I had the pleasure of working for MaryJane the summer of 2006. While working at the Girdwood Alaska Backpackers Inn I tried to implement some of the values and business practices that MaryJane taught me. I am very proud to be associated with an amazing entrepreneural person who in 2001 received the Idaho Progressive Businessperson of the Year. A simple example of MaryJane’s brilliant business savvy is a bed and breakfast that does not provide private bathrooms but shared outhouses. Check out this link to view her bed and breakfast.
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This book is well worth the money. Rich with well-worded descriptions and beautiful photos, this zine will satisfy the reader who has either travel-curiosity or no idea what to make for dinner (which, of course, would be omelettes).” -Tara Blackmore from Broken Pencil
Earthworm Envy on InstagramAuthor Marianne Power leaves the Bridge Street Inn a special gift!!!! Thank You:) Here is what the @nbctodaysh NBC Today Show has to say about, “Marianne Power, author of newly published book ‘Help Me,’ stops by TODAY to share what she learned from taking the advice of a dozen self-help books, including naked modeling, stand-up comedy and even imagining her funeral.’ https://www.today.com/video/what-1-woman-learned-from-living-off-self-help-books-for-a-year-1421122115838Bridge Street Inn guest’s it’s Earth Day weekend. Come celebrate the earth this Sunday April 21 at the Creekside Reserve. Your Inn host will emcee the event. There’s going to be music, food and booths.It’s a Eroica time. The Bridge Street Inn is sold out. Happy bicycle riders have taken over Cambria.After almost two weeks on the road adventuring around the southwest now it’s time to sit down and enjoy some flower and donkey photos/video.
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