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A peaceful and inclusive environment
A peaceful and inclusive environment
  • Craftsmanship
north wall
  • A peaceful and inclusive environment
  • A peaceful and inclusive environment
  • Mt. Hope and Twin Peaks from the south window.
  • These next 3 photos show you the way to your entry.
  • Moon over Dyer Mt. and Gemini Peak from east window.
  • Up the stairs, across the deck to the door.
  • Combination key lockbox. You will receive your combination the day before arrival.
  • Mt. Sherman from east window.
  • Mt. Evans from east window.
  • Views to the east, and a good chair to change shoes or kick back.
  • Full-size frig and bar-height dining area.
  • Amazing views from every window.
  • Grubstake Ruby’s was our food booth at Oro City, which was a folk park near Colorado Mountain College in the late 1980s.
Now, it’s your kitchenette. A stove is not allowed by permit, but you will have a coffee maker, toaster, & outdoor propane grill.
  • More views.
  • East wall
  • And more.
  • South wall
  • From the deck.
  • More deck.
  • Comfy living room kick-back space.
  • Another angle.
  • Bathroom with tub and shower.
  • Here’s the tub and shower.
  • Queen bedroom. It has an attached 1/2 bath.
  • Here’s the 1/2 bath.
  • Cute sink in 1/2 bath. The cabinet contains first aid supplies.
  • Twin bedroom.
  • Mt. Massive to the west
  • Sam is a good photographer.
  • Mount Elbert, the state's highest peak
  • Awesome sunsets.
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A peaceful and inclusive environment