My husband Clyde and I have owned Fenton's Berry Farm for the past 10 years, and started the berry business here in 2003. In 2006-07, we built The Barnhouse in an existing pole barn, using almost all recycled materials. This left us with a "spare house," and in 2010 The Guesthouse was opened as a bed and breakfast. I have discovered that I thoroughly enjoy being able to create a welcoming place for folks to come spend a weekend or a week or more, and developing delicious breakfast menus is the icing on the cake! Clyde stays busy with the farm side of things, as well as being a school bus driver and active with Boy Scouts with our two younger sons. I'm very thankful that he is willing to be the general handyman for The Guesthouse! Besides being an innkeeper, I also provide physical therapy to two public schools in the area. My hobbies include creating concrete sculptures and mosaics. I offer a mosaic stepping stone class here at the farm, and also have taught jam making classes.