I think it's going to benefit Claremont more than anything. Take a look around you, it's small, and I think new businesses mean more people. I think it's a good thing.

We opened this food bank three weeks before the hurricane hit.

The store was a major breakthrough for us. If the area can support locally raised meat and local beef, then that opens up all new possibilities for Carson Valley Ranchers.

It is not bad to have a break with a change of date.

Just little things they do—like getting up and making the coffee every morning—helps. But they are working, too. They come in and lighten the load just by sharing the load.

People are getting in trouble by buying out of their price range. They are dreaming really big. That could be a disaster later.

We'll do a total of 10 rooms.