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Raised 12 x 12 platform with screen room, a queen size air bed with linens, a small table, two chairs, a Coleman cook stove with some kitchenware and dishes, and just enough romantic room for two on a year round creek. This is a totally serene location in North Idaho with Brook Trout and giant cedar trees all around. A real Steinbeck Studio for writers.
Beat the heat, treat the feet, and find your roots in an old growth environment. There is a downhill path to this water garden that can be demanding for the physically challenged, but we can offer electric golf cart shuttles to those that need it. On site "luggable loo" and sawdust for convenient hygiene use. The sound of waterfalls and birds is nothing short of spectacular. 140 ft. cottonwoods, firs, and cedars. Come and visit and feel refreshed and revived for the effort.
Hot tub available until midnight and BBQ facilities, both at the upper meadow area. Massage therapy available from a licensed healing arts therapist at a cost of $55/ 60 minute session.
Общение с гостями
We have busy schedules, so this is mainly being offered as a private get away for quiet relaxation and isolation.
Другие важные подробности
Not suitable for infants or toddlers. Dogs are OK if well mannered, housebroken, and they don't feel a need to chew on things.
Если вы отмените бронирование за 24 часа до поездки или раньше, то мы вернем вам всю сумму бронирования. Если бронирование будет отменено позже чем за 24 часа, то мы удержим стоимость первой ночи.
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62 yr. old would be Engineer and Inventor, sometimes writer, permaculture landscape designer, and master mechanic, with a determined bent towards back to the land endeavors. Christopher Robin Lyman is owner of ECOS Eden Adventures at Hoodoo Mountain Idaho, where he and his partner (Cindy the ultimate adventurer) are building a permaculture demonstration site on ten acres of diverse forest habitat. They offer hands on training and education in the design science of practical living and developing all kinds of skills for long term sustainability. A five year development plan is under way to establish enough layers of pioneer fruit and nut trees to create a biologically diverse perennial food forest that will last for generations to come.
"There are no shortcuts to quality."