I am a retired optometrist who last worked for the Indian Health Service on the Hopi Indian reservation in Arizona. I have an off-the-grid home on 80 acres of land, 25 miles north east of Flagstaff, Arizona - 5 miles from the nearest paved road. The house is run on solar power, propane, and has it's own septic waste system. The nearest neighbor is a mile and a half away. There is a 50 mile view from the front door and the only noises heard are the coyotes howling at dawn on some mornings and the wind on windy days. Rain water is collected from the roof and stored in an underground cistern. Small Indian ruins and artifacts are all around. The house is on an ancient lava flow with long views in every direction and a beautiful view of the San Francisco Peaks from the kitchen window. The famous Roden Crater project of James Terrell is visible from the front door. There is a full kitchen with lots of cookware and a wood burning stove for warmth in the winter. It has satellite Internet with wifi and phone service through an antenna and amplifier system. It's a refuge from the world and a great place to work or relax.