- High Pointe InnInnkeepers, 2004 - present
- The Travel Institute
Debbie and Rich Howard, owners of the High Pointe Inn on Cape Cod, are seasoned innkeepers. Prior to migrating to West Barnstable on Cape Cod, they owned and operated a bed and breakfast inn in the White Mountains. Debbie, the former director of education for a non-profit educational institute, spent her formative years traveling and working on cruise ships before abandoning her sea legs for dry land. She is a decorator at heart, and when not entertaining guests, you'll find her creating unique and unusual things to sell in her gift cupboard.
A veteran of the travel industry, Rich got his start with the airlines, moved on to manage a travel agency, and ended his corporate career as an administrator for a membership organization. He is an avid fly-fisherman and enjoys exploring the many streams and kettle holes that dot the Cape Cod landscape.
Both Debbie and Rich delight in laughing with their guests and sharing their love of Cape Cod.
- UMass, Cambridge
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