The SpaceThis is a small town, a whole different culture- where cowboys are real and the desert goes on and on. We have the world famous Carlsbad Caverns that amaze everyone, even after the fifth visit. There is a wonderful Living Desert State Park, which is also worth a day to see the flora and fauna of this desert in a zoo/arboretum setting. Guest AccessShared kitchen, and breakfast ingredients.
Patio with hammock and grill and bicycles.
Washer and "solar" dryer.
Shared living room with recliners and couch.
The earth is the Lord's, and so is our house. Or in Spanish we say"Esta en su casa" Interaction with GuestsInteraction obviously depends on preference of the guests. We have good Chinese, Italian, Mexican, Barbecue, etc. restaurants, all quite close since this is a small town. Or it can be arranged to eat with us. The bedroom and bath are a private area big as most motels. But we also really enjoy getting to know our guests. The NeighborhoodWe are easy to find and a short walk from the park and river Getting AroundLimited public transport since this is a car culture- or a truck culture where the bigger and noisier your truck, the more cool it is!
But if you want to really be uncool, you can walk or ride our bikes along some beautiful parks and paths. Other Things to NoteAs for who we are, Ronda is a social worker and nursing home admissions officer, and Nick is half time pastor with the Mennonite church here and half time trying to sell solar. We have two sons in college and have lived in Mexico for 5 years, as well as other places.