Treat yourself to the warm hospitality and peaceful spirit of this lovely solar adobe, barn wood home nestled amid cool mountain pines! The home has a rich heritage of art and its upscale rustic simplicity make for a romantic stay. This private guest room shares a hall access bathroom when the second guest room is booked. Host lives on site, welcoming each guest to ensure a smooth and cozy stay. (*See separate listing for downstairs two-bedroom apartment w/private bath and private entrance.)
Please post a clear front facing photo of yourself before booking. Tell me a little about yourself, your group, and your trip. Like most Airbnb hosts, I like to have a sense of the guests I'm welcoming into my home.
Please smoke outside on the patio unless prohibited by city ordinance. Use white face cloths provided for color stripping ointments and cleansers rather than colored bath towels. Leave all hot logs within fireplaces. It is NOT SAFE to remove hot logs and place in pine needles.
Driveway best approached in low gear at about 10-15mph without stopping. The slower you attempt the hill, the more difficult it will be.
WHEN SNOWY: A 4WD vehicle is required when the driveway is snow covered. Please honor host recommendations and DO NOT attempt this driveway under snowy conditions without 4WD. Host will offer alternative parking and pickup/dropoff should conditions require.
In general, just love my home as I do, don't litter, and don't leave your knickers lying around.
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Welcome! I'm Susan, a mountain girl raised in New Mexico's Lincoln National Forest. In the early 80s, I traveled throughout the US, Canada, and Europe with the singing group, Up With People. During that year, I had 78 host families throughout the eight countries to which I traveled, and that amazing journey warmed my heart to personal hospitality as treasured bridge between my own life and the amazing lives that bubble around me, near and far.
As a national exchange student to Portland, Maine when I was in college, I managed the tourism and lobster bake events offered by the ferry boats of Casco Bay. I later worked as Assistant Dean of Students for an American college in Lugano, Switzerland, mothering students as they nested into life outside of their own homes and countries.
I've returned to the mountains of New Mexico where I teach online for several universities, primarily classes on world religions, political science, communication, writing, and psychology. I'm also the Executive Director of a non-profit, NM Organized Against Trafficking Humans. All in all, my days are filled with grant-writing, teaching online, renovating our family home, writing, and working with various state and federal task forces on the issue of human trafficking.
I love my home, and I look forward to sharing it with others, and you'll be most welcome if your travels bring you my way.