Our place is private and secluded. It is close to parks, restaurants, shopping, mountains, hiking, biking and running trails, ski resorts. You’ll love the natural light, comfy beds, coziness, private access and parking.
Our place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers (9.5 Mbps down; 1.7 Mbps up) who want privacy and lots of work space, families and retreats. It sits in a large private park like yard with playground equipment and fire pit.
Ground level of a three story home. Access entrance is at the back, down a set of stone stairs. The door is under the deck. All parking is off street. Bring child's bedding to use Harry Potter Closet; stone steps from parking down to patio entrance; firewood available for the fire pit.
Back yard is available for your use; swings and slide. Be aware that we have an open pond and a trampoline. Only one person allowed on the trampoline at a time.
Entering our place requires navigating uneven stone steps through a beautiful garden.
Interaction with guests
We are fairly private. We will meet you when you check in if you would like.
Other things to note
For now, the wireless is set up to work well, unless you want to upload large files. When you want to do this, let me know and I will restart the router and this will allow it to handle the heavier load.
The back bedroom has a bunk with a full bed on the bottom and a single bed on top.
Think of what the next guest will think of the condition you leave the "Gathering Place" in.
I am a wife, mother and grandmother. I have 7 adult children.
I love camping, running, hiking, climbing, rappelling, biking and traveling. I have lived in 33 different homes around the USA and in Germany. I have visited the capitol of each of the lower 48 states and Hawaii. Alaska, here I come!
My hobbies are Horticulture, scholarship and stage performance. My work is presenting and mentoring. I love doing research, challenging knowledge and I am learning to write what I have learned.
I love visiting arboretums, zoos, museums and historical sites. I hope to begin travelling to historical centers for information about what life was like for our ancestors.