The SpaceOur 2015 Tiny Bed and Bath only is an example of alternative housing. Insulated with blue jean material, built with materials that don't off-gas. It stays toasty warm; you control the heat. Our place is built on an old ranch hay trailer. The deck is at the entrance. Opening the door you will see a firm FULL SIZE BED and in the back a bath with a shower. A coffee maker, cups and snacks are in the room. There are plenty of outlets to charge your devices and wireless internet for your entertainment. Total of 150 sq ft.
A second guest fee is $10 per night. There is a one time $10 cleaning fee. Guest AccessWe have planted hundreds of trees and bushes on our 28 acre place. We use healthy sustainable growing practices. There is a .5m walking path through some gates that lead to our wildlife area. Please stay on the path.
You will have the Tiny House to yourself with WiFi internet. Interaction with GuestsWe will be available to show you around and recommend activities and hikes nearby.
We live in minimalist style in a travel trailer and have a large garage next to it at the same address. We will be at our home during your stay. We can talk with you or leave you in peace... our goal is your comfort. The NeighborhoodThis is countryside New Mexico. As you turn off Hwy 380 onto Bosquecito Rd You will see rural NM. There are no zoning rules for how you live sort of like the last of the wild west. There are mobile homes, farms, and 200K homes in the area. There are small sheep and cattle ranchers. Most people have chickens and gardens and some have a menagerie of animals. The area to the east of us is BLM land which is leased to large cattle ranchers and a none working pumice mine. There are wild honey bees at the mine site. It's a nice area for hiking and seeing hawks. Sometimes a local hawker/faconer can be seen flying his birds across the street. Getting AroundThere is NO public transportation. You should have a car to be comfortable here. There is no traffic here. Your drives will be quick. Other Things to NoteSan Antonio 2m west has The San Antonio Crane restaurant and 2 old west style bar restaurants, the Owl Bar (steaks/fries) and the Buckhorn. All 3 have the best green chili cheese burger ever. ;)
Socorro is 12m north for groceries, golf (NMTech), tennis (well kept public courts), laundry, restaurants, and library
Chupadera Wilderness National Recreation Trail hike within Bosque Del Apache
Bosque Del Apache 11m south bird watching, seasonal Sand Hill Cranes
Camino Real International Heritage Center 30 m south
Truth or Consequences has many hot springs 65m south
Tokay and Carthage ghost towns 8m east
Horseback riding near the ghost towns can be arranged for a fee through ARA stables in San Acacia
Quebradas Scenic Byway 11m east
Trinity site open once per year is east off 380.
West of Socorro:
Box Canyon for rock climbing 20m north and west
Water Canyon for hikes north and west
Magdalena (cafe and unique gift shopping) 35m north and west
The National Radio Astronomy Observatory VLA is 50m west of Socorro
San Lorenzo Canyon 27m north for hiking
Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge 32m north seasonal hunting and hiking