The rules are overwhelming! If you need to have so many "rules" for others to stay at your "home", maybe you should just have family come and stay.
Barbara is very gruff, Gary is very personable! Gary should take over more of the face to face with guest and leave the computer interface to Barbara.
Great picture of the bath tub in the brochure, but don't think you can use it after a hard day at Volcano National Park. It has a huge sign on the tap putting it off limits to guest.
If you are not learning impaired, you will feel like it on your second or third or fourth mandatory breakfast tour of the 'fruits of the Shipman property'. Nice touch on the oatmeal, but there is not enough prepared for all guest to help themselves. If you think you need more than fruit to carry you up till lunch, you need to visit Ken's on your way to your activity. The breakfast here does not carry the average person through to lunch, even with minimal activities planned. (If your response is that the county does not allow HI B&B's to serve hot breakfast, then you need to check what the competition is serving and the county ordinances, since I asked the county district supervisor!)
A/C would cut down on the amount of moisture that seeps into your luggage while it sits in your room. It would also dampen the volume of the frogs... not blaming the frogs on Shipman, but the ear plugs do not help. Several stiff drinks does help, but the drinks make it difficult to make it to breakfast on time... bracketed for the owners convenience.
The boards on the great wrap around porch (really, loved the porch) but many boards are puttied and caulked, and not fixed properly.