One of the best reasons to live in a Bed and Breakfast in the USA is for friendship. The owners of the LaSalle Bed and Breakfast and the Sion House in Fort Wayne are wonderful. Rose-Aimée and Clark Butler married for over forty years, are an interesting couple, to spend a few days talking about the world with the two of them is a trip around the planet.
Rose was born in France, then lived most of her young years in Madagascar and West Africa. Clark was born and raised in Hollywood, California then move to Fort Wayne where he is a University Professor of Philosophy.
Come practice our French with Rose and talk Philosophy with Clark at the LaSale Bed and Breakfast in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Interview of Rose-Aimée and Clark Butler of LaSalle Bed and Breakfast Fort Wayne Indiana.
John Tadpole from has written 20 comments
Andy, A pleasure to see/hear you finding the US as exciting and varied as I have for so many years. I traveled for ten years in the US and West Indies and just as you found Rose and Clark, there are millions of great stories from people with open hearts and open minds. There are a few others as well. Be careful and keep swimming in life. John
Page Turner from has written 99 comments
Thank you for pointing out that we have such really special interesting people in the good old USA. The fact they have tasted many countries and are so willing to share their experiences makes for a charming, interesting adventure for you and all of uss simple people too.