Gateway to Navajo Nation & archaeology - OR our 2nd location elsewhere

Gateway to Navajo Nation & archaeology - OR our 2nd location elsewhere

Robert A.

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octobre 2006


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2 chambres
Couchages 4
2 salles de bain
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Pleasant two-story home on an acre with pinyons and junipers. Large deck, and kitchen windows, have a good view out to the east and south.

Open plan kitchen-living-dining area has high ceiling; light and bright. Large TV for watching movies or sports.

Master bedroom has its own bathroom. Shower/tub combination. Downstairs bedroom has its own small bathroom also, shower but no tub.

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  1. We are quite amenable to 'hospitality' exchanges. You stay at our place while we are home, we stay at your place while you are home.

    Non-simultaneous exchanges are just fine too.

    We are also very interested in going to your place -- and in exchange having you go to our timeshare (Mexico, or south of Spain, or Canary Islands, or a canal barge in England, or Greece, or etc. - we can trade for quite a few places!)

    We've already traveled quite a bit. Our current 'wish list' --

    (1) a week or two in New York City (Nov. 10-16 or, as second choice, Nov 20-26, that includes Thanksgiving long weekend).

    (2) Alaska summer 2007, someplace convenient for getting to that wonderful park (the one with "ten thousand smokes"?)

    (3) New Zealand 2007 Nov - first choice might be Nelson area, second choice might be - well, suggest something?

    (4) And we do like to travel, so please inquire.

    We are a quiet retired couple. We like going to museums, eating in little interesting places, being pedestrians. In outdoor areas, we try to see a lot and do as much 'active' travel as we are able; but running down a little these days!

    Bob was a geologist, then stock broker, then financial work on staff at a university. I did a variety of things; paralegal, trust dept of big bank, worked for insurance company, etc.





Farmington has a river walk (long walking/ jogging pathways by the river), a sports complex with tennis courts and playing fields, many parks both large & small, a large indoor pool, miles and miles of dirt paths -- lots to do.

Durango, an hour north, has a narrow-gauge railroad through the fabulous San Juan mountains. In our area, there are Indian ruins plus the entire Navajo Nation.

Farmington is a wonderful place to spend time with children.

However, we definitely welcome a single traveler to come and stay while we are here. ("Hospitality exchange") We feel like we can be your 'tourist information' source . . . and we're enthusiastic about the Southwest, generally.

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