They left a steady job in healthcare and a lush sanctuary in Portland, Oregon behind to revive bed and breakfasts in Boston, Pennsylvania.
What is the relationship between Joanna Haneman and Joshua Nelson?
Well, couples who ride bikes together, stay together. Haneman and Nelson not only run long distances, but also created a space at the tip of the Boston Trailhead in Elizabeth Township where other cyclists can recharge and stay close after biking his The Great Allegheny Passage. It offers.
The new owners of the Boston Inn (formerly Trailside Treasures) at 1910 Donner St. are cyclists and the GAP Trail Humanist offers three well-equipped and cozy rooms across from Rich’s Parkside Den and The Betsy Shoppe. We are pleased to offer to rent out. From $100 per night in Boston.
All rooms at The Little Boston Inn have private entrances, private bathrooms and kitchenettes. Mini-refrigerators, microwaves and coffeemakers are provided. “The Mon” has 2 double beds and “The Yough” has 1 queen bed and 1 futon. “The Casselman” for $140 per night has two queen beds and a living area.
Prior to closing its Donner Street property last April, it closed its doors to restricted “adults” in Portland. When they met, their next-door neighbor, Haneman, did what people who suffer from “little crushes” often do.
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