Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY


August 19, 2012

The Narrow Way owners have faith in the future

GLASGOW — Five years after Karan and Roger Johnson decided to open The Narrow Way bed and breakfast, the couple remains confident they followed God’s will for their life and their business.

Karan and Roger met while working together at a factory in Glasgow. They married, had children, Karan pursued a career in nursing and when all their children left home, they stopped to consider their options.

“We always worked so well together, we knew we wanted to do something together,” Karan said.

Just up the road from the Johnson’s home stood a sprawling house, surrounded by beautifu lcountry views of corn and hay fields. The owner had been living in the Cayman Islands for years, and the house stayed empty.

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