Great Riparian Hideaway
Our stay at the cabin was everything that we had hope for. A very quiet and rustic cabin that was the antidote to the frenzy of modern life and an opportunity to live close to nature. In spite of the fact that that we were both dealing with a mild case of flu on this trip, we still managed to have a good time. In a desert area the diurnal temperature undergoes wide swings while inside the cabin it remained remarkably constant. The cabin is conveniently located to beautiful hiking trails (both riparian and upland). The animals on the other side of the property are amusing and far enough away as to not be an annoyance with noise or odors. If you like, you can help feed them. Her dog is a real sweetheart. Part of the experience is the owner (Sue) herself. She is friendly, gracious, and highly energetic and eagerly shares her knowledge of the local area. Since we had a 4WD vehicle she took us on an off road tour of the ranch lands adjacent to the property. She even had us perform a few minor repairs on some of the range fencing...Hmmm! Seriously, it was great fun and a priceless western experience. For those of you who are tired of the Hilton and are not quite into the rough reality of camping, this place is perfect. Although internet and mobile phone service is a bit spotty at times (as advertised) you can stay somewhat connected. Needless to say, this place is not for a Wall Street wolf itching to cement the next deal or a glamour queen, but if you need a break from modern life but would like retain a little bit of comfort in a beautifully rustic location, you're in luck. We truly enjoyed our time spent at the cabin and look forward to going back there one day soon.
A River Rock Cabin in Cascabel