Geyser Lodge Owners Face Profitability Problems

Norm Bovee and Sandy Macica

Norm Bovee and Sandy Macica stand in front of their bed and breakfast in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. They have been running the inn for eight years. Jim Zarroli, NPR hide caption

itoggle caption Jim Zarroli, NPR

Many people dream of opening a bed and breakfast somewhere in the countryside. But it's not an easy business unless you have some outside income. The story of Geyser Lodge is part of a series of stories on how people in business for themselves make ends meet.

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