A wonderful, secluded little solar-powered cabin! During the day, you can hear noise from traffic on the road but it’s not very loud—it’s the only reminder that civilization is not far away! The traffic dies down and is not audible by the time evening comes. It was especially nice to sleep with all the windows open and look out at the twinkling stars across the pasture. This time of year, the cows are not nearby, but we saw plenty of other wildlife which was fantastic! At night, the coyotes cackle around 2AM which can be strange at first if you aren’t used to it. Outdoor showers feel so wonderful, it’s invigorating to feel the breeze and smell the pasture grass while you bathe. The composting toilet is really simple, but it fills up fast! Definitely was an adventure to find the simplest path that led to the dumping bin! Everything we needed was in the cabin—utensils, cookware, dinner wear, glasses, etc we went into town (about a 5 min drive to nearest grocery store/gas station) and picked up food, but it was nice to see that the cabin had some minimal food in it like canned soup, a few condiments, and spices for someone who may not want to leave the cabin. The highlight of our stay was the swimming hole on the property, located near Turtle Cove (at the community camping site). We saw a few art fixtures and natural art installations around the community camping site as well! We’d love to come back again—maybe in the spring next time!