Cozy room listed "shared" because guests, tenants or I, need to pass through this room to enter & exit Lions' Den. See photos of ScoobyDoo secret door. Pillow top queen bed. Additional Single or queen beds are available if requested advance enough. Share bathroom, kitchen/dining rm, patio, living rm, with rest of household. This is no hotel, its our home. You need to do your part in upkeep of communal home. Clean up aftr urself &pitch in general cleaning, shoveling snow, sweeping patio etc.
Euro style guest house. PLEASE PARK WHERE ASKED. Frugal communal use of shared spaces promotes social interaction like sharing meals, games, music jams, beer, & wine. Some guests have shared back country snowboarding, hiking, biking and bear watching together in the past. But sometimes ski resort workers get focused on their own lives, work & play, so don't take it personally if they have their own lives. We rise before the sun to catch the bus, to set up the resorts with fencing, shoveling, signage, everyday so you can have fun in the snow &sun. We ride and ski hard on our breaks and jibs built in the woods after work, often passing out in our beds wet & hungry in our uniforms, just to do it again the next morning, & barely pay this rent.
This room needs to keep doors to hallway & Lions' Den open for heat to travel to rest of home. No real privacy. Try Purple Room or Veg Room if you want privacy. (more privacy during summer, sock on doorknob signal works for a few hours. Lions' Den creatures can use their window to get in & out in that case.)
Share kitchen/dining rm, patio, living rm, piano& accordion with ski resort workers &guests. Central location, walk to woods, restaurants, Grocery Outlet &bars.
Cozy & quiet home. Fall asleep to coyote song. Spectacular starry sky view from old vinyl patio couch. (You may have to untarp patio furniture, even shovel snow to use patio and fire pit or wood burning stove outside in winter.) Walk to wooded trails, Grocery Outlet, College Campus, restaurants and bars. Bike to beach (in summer.) Play piano and accordion. If hotel sterility and polish is what you're looking for, please don't book my place just to cancel or give bad review. This is like when you stay at your high school friend's grama's house in the basement. (unless said grama is rich. This is low income grama in Chicago or Detroit. ie busted door molding, unpainted drywall patches, stained carpet, holes in wall from doorknob opening over-exhuberantly, etc.)
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SHOES OFF AT THE DOOR PLEASE. Access to rest of home includes kitchen, living room, patio, laundry (washer only, hang dry), piano, and bathroom.
Please park where specifically asked to avoid pissing off neighbors. Shared bathroom/shower/tub. Shoes off please in the house, all the time. Your friends too please.
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Friendly dogs or cats may jump on you & your bed. Central location. Walk to woods.
Call/text me with any questions or problems, anytime of day or night. Otherwise you may not see me much especially after ski season. Please pool resources such as sober designated driver or Lyft/Uber, be generous with your cooking, beer & wine. I hope you'll make life long travel friends; many do, chez nous.
Please park where specifically asked to avoid pissing off neighbors. Keep dab rigs & use of that crap & incense in your own room. Tobacco products strictly prohibited. Shoes off at the door please. Please help sweep the foyer and vacuum the living room often, especially if you have a pet. Expect to sign a lease about this stuff upon arrival.
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LGBT, Pet, and 420 friendly. (Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, Transgenders, pot smokers, welcome.) People of all races, religions, and class welcome. Bigots prohibited. There may be cats, dogs, rats, snakes, Tigers, furries or other pets guests may bring. Please help walk the dogs and vacuum. Allergies discouraged. People smoke pot in California and in this house. Tobacco strictly prohibited.) Please keep your pot, incense and paraphernalia in your own room. Keep your crumbs, resin, dust and wax out of the communal areas.
Please take your shoes off at door to save beige carpet. Please separate your trash and take it out on Wed. morning if you're around. Shoes off in house please. Do dabs in own room only, not the living room. Keep that sticky black resin from your pipes and bongs off the common shared tables and sinks. Quiet after 11p, unless playing piano & carrying on with other guests, in that case party on all night. Partying with local friends, do at their place or bars. Don't alienate other guests, be actively inclusive. No overdrunkeness please. Be considerate and mindful of all other guests and neighbors. Don't let the dogs out unless you are watching them closely. Don't let coyotes eat my dog. Please sort trash. No tampons or sanitary napkins, wet wipes in toilet. There is a paper sack under sink in bathroom for that stuff, or use kitchen trash. Kind consideration and tolerance of LGBT, pet and 420 friendly lifestyles.
No TVs or shoot em up video games. Shows or movies on small laptop in own room ok. Rpgs or other quiet puzzle video games like tetras, or indie "Ludum Dare" type or VR games ok in own room. But no loud shoot em ups, horror films or Cardashian type "reality" show watching or video games in routine. Certainly not in common areas of kitchen, living room or patio. I prefer to live with and host birds of same feather who choose books, board games, music, art, cooking, sharing, quiet or socializing over tv and video games.
If you have a dog: You must make arrangements for it to be let out, walked etc during the day while you work full time. No dog shall be cooped up for longer than 7 hrs at my place. Really, I'd prefer it be let out every 5 hrs minimum. That is simply humane in my opinion. This is a communal guest home meant for pooling resources. Ask your housemates to help with your dog. Pay them if you must.
Cleaning: Help with general house maintenance. Cleaning your own dish is not enough. Everyone puts wear and tear on the home by being there and using it. Please contribute to regular vacuuming, sweeping, countertop & stovetop wiping, toilet cleaning, tub scrubbing, mantel dusting, snow shoveling, patio tarping etc. If you are paying monthly rates, you are expected to help keep the place in good order for ourselves and for presentation to those paying nightly or weekly rates. This means cleaning up after one another if need be, not going to bed leaving the place a shambles even if its not "your" mess. Take pride, responsibility and stewardship in "your" (our) home.
Call or text me (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) at any time of day or night with questions or concerns. Don't expect long term guests to host you. It is a do it yourself experience.
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