Gideons International are well known for leaving Bibles in hotel rooms. Problem is, I don't really want a Bible in my hotel room. If I wanted one, I'd have brought my own.
Some people like to take the Bibles home, but that is stealing. Other people like to write notes, but that is vandalism.
That's why you should Hide the Bible.
Inspired by Jeff Dee
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On the top of a tall wardrobe. Edinburgh, UK.
Under the sink. Marinette Wi.
Between the back of the bottom kitchen drawer and the cabinet wall in room 323 at the Marriott Residence Inn in Hillsboro, Oregon, USA
The entertainment center had a nice, deep depression on top that was just MADE for bible-hiding.
Days Inn, Carlisle, PA
Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. Behind the mini fridge.
In the bathroom cabinet U-bend, NASA Exchange Lodge, NASA Ames Research Center.
Who really looks up?
Tucked away above a clothes rail in The Village Hotel in Walsall, UK.
Behind the fridge in Kilkenny, Ireland.
Under an immensely heavy wardrobe at The Valley Hotel, Ironbridge, UK.
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