Very interesting “human interest” story in the St Petersburg (FL) Times, Sunday April 18th. This story is about an Architect (Chuck Knight), formerly with LDDI Architects (Lyman Davidson Dooley Inc) – LDDI’s Tampa office – who, with his wife (Debbie Knight), decided to quit the rat race and build a Bed & Breakfast and home in Costa Rica.
The story reads like a novel – their initial plan, the obstacles they encountered along the way, the financial difficulties they experienced, the odds they faced, etc.
After reading the article, I’m ready to go to their B&B in Costa Rica to chill out and relax. Now, all I have to do is convince my wife that Costa Rica should be on our travel map!
Here’s a link to the story:
Here’s the web-site address of their B&B:
I looked through all of the photos that are on web-site. I think Chuck and Debbie Knight, the owners, did a fabulous job. The rooms are incredibly warm and inviting. The views must be spectacular. And, why am I not surprised that an Architect created such a beautiful project?
Check it out!
p.s. Even though I was in the reprographics business in Tampa from 1997 to 2007, I don’t remember ever meeting Chuck Knight or visiting Lyman Davidson Dooley’s offices in Tampa. I don’t think that LDDI was an NGI customer. Perhaps my memory is incorrect.