says she wears many hats but the one she "likes best is a cowboy hat." Fewel and her family run the Cherrywood Bed, Breakfast, and Barn in Zilah, Washington. Guests sleep in cozy teepees, take trail rides to the region's famed wineries, including one owned by her son and daughter-in-law, and indulge in the new vacation trend of "glamping." Pepper Fewel
"You get a nice soft bed instead of a sleeping bag, that's the glam part," she explains. "Camping is you are still outdoors and you are getting the weather and the elements that you can't control." She never really liked camping herself but loves the wilderness and wanted to share that with her guests. When a guest from New York City described her holiday as "glamping," Fewel embraced the concept.
Fewel's dad was a cowboy and she started riding horses when she was a little girl. She always knew she wanted to work with them, but, as she acknowledges, earning a living with horses is difficult. She and her husband started by offeringRead More »from “Glamping” ranch offers hospitality, horses, and hope