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By David Pan 

Owner reflects on rich history of Hogland House

 

Last updated 5/5/2021 at 11:31am

David Pan

Kay Hogland Scheller stands on the back porch of Hogland House, one of four houses on the Mukilteo Historic Register of Places. Scheller operated a bed and breakfast out of her home until January 2020.

The last guest has checked out of the Hogland House bed and breakfast.

After more than 25 years of hosting travelers from around the world, owner Kay Hogland Scheller has hung up her apron for good.

Scheller's retirement from her innkeeper duties, however, has nothing to do with the coronavirus pandemic that has ravaged the travel industry.

Health issues forced Scheller to formally close what is regarded as a Mukilteo institution. Scheller, 84, suffered a stroke in January 2020, a few months before the start of the pandemic. After recovering, Scheller talked with her children and decided it...



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