Cabin far from the madding crowd
Our three week escape from the bitter North was especially fine this February into March due to finding Sue’s cabin and ‘penthouse.’ If you like merely sitting in the sun or more strenuously hiking up washes to view blooming poppies and southwest bird life, this is a good location. Moon and stars are brilliant in the dry cool nights. Cascabel residents are welcoming and with resources from Sue and the community center, you can learn about their history and future. Life in the cabin is simple, but if you want you can stay in touch with the outside world via internet and voip calling. I fired up the cabin wood stove on many mornings for instant warmth. Expect a few mice in the cabin (what rural house doesn't have them?). Sue was very helpful but not intrusive, and Sam and Jasper are friendly and noisy watch dogs. Thanks to Sue for loaning us her Scrabble set. I’d consider coming back for a shorter stay.
A River Rock Cabin in Cascabel