River Rock Cabin in Cascabel
Entire cabin hosted by Susan
- 4 guests
- 2 bedrooms
- 2 beds
- 1 bath
You’ll have the cabin to yourself.
100% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
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Susan has received 5-star ratings from 90% of recent guests.
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Free parking on premises
Patio or balcony
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I left the east coast in '94 after a disastrous downsizing of the company I was working for and of course it was a gift in disguise..... once I got my feet firmly planted again. I opened a boarding stable in Tucson and ran that until the city grew too big and close. So I moved out to the wilderness and started over again. It has been such a gift and I don't know that, if I was ever given the chance, I would have thought I would be allowed to choose such a life. The experience has been enhanced by living among a thriving, tiny community of people seeking the balance of what's best for the land and for themselves, making the land and its wild animals an equal partner in the equation. We are doing conservation ranching, preserving an entire canyon while bringing it back from overgrazing, running cattle on range and on irrigated pasture, selling grass fed beef. None of this takes place on this property, but on the thousands of acres of range land and pasture some miles from here. I say this because I've had people ask if there was butchering or branding or whatever going on here. No there isn't. Formerly I was married, living in Conn and eventually divorced and raising a daughter by myself. I worked as a professional photographer for 30 years while also working in printing and publications. My MA degree was from Syracuse School of Journalism. Horses were always a large part of my life, even tho' I never owned one as a youngster but the time came when I had to let it all go. It was only in retirement that I was able to bring these fabulous animals back into my life. I thoroughly enjoy guests in the cabin as they consistently remind me of how much I value living in these wild lands - it is easy to forget that few people live this way any longer. Plus guests bring new ideas, new life with them and I know they leave more centered and filled with that undefinable richness that wilderness provides. Cut and paste this video (Website hidden by Airbnb)
I left the east coast in '94 after a disastrous downsizing of the company I was working for and of course it was a gift in disguise..... once I got my feet firmly planted again. I…
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2 days advance notice please .I enjoy time spent with guests, helping them plan their time here, suggesting activities and directions to explore. And of course offering driving tips. But they can be as much on their own as they wish. They remind me of the importance of preserving this region.
2 days advance notice please .I enjoy time spent with guests, helping them plan their time here, suggesting activities and directions to explore. And of course offering driving tip…
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