Staying at the Birdline was a vacation. It reminded me of how comfortable the simple life can be.
I stayed at site 4. I enjoyed its open view to the west. The Birdline is essentially surrounded by the desert, so finding a good view isn't hard.
The sun was a constant, but the wind was not. I had one day that was dead calm and another with 18mph winds. If it’s forecasted for wind, make sure you’ve got a rainfly (blowing sand) and guy lines.
The communal space offered a welcome reprieve from the wind and sun. A few of the things I appreciated about the communal space are it’s minimalistic white rooms, ample cooking space with a sink, available desks where I could get a little work done, and the porch, which is perfect for a cup of tea, out of the wind.
The host Micheal is a man of intention with a clear vision. The Birdline is not just a place to camp, it’s a concept.
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