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Judi Yamada is an aromatherapist, a master gardener and a teacher of seasonal cooking classes. Now, she's also the operator of the environmentally friendly bed and breakfast adjacent to her home. Amenities include bamboo floors, maple cabinetry, sustainable finishes, a skylight, and, if you're interested in taking a spin, a pair of bicycles to use whenever you wish. Yamada says the 525-square foot space sleeps four adults (no kids), and is the perfect alternative for visitors who need a place of their own for more than a few days, such as out-of-towners visiting nearby relatives. Rentals, she says, can last anywhere from two days up to a month, and she'll make, bake and bring you healthy, locally sourced breakfasts every morning for up to two weeks. Chad Walsh, 3/6/2012