Who Would Like To Live Here?


Would YOU live here? LOL. The Cabins at Valley of Fire State Park (NV,) was originally built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) soon after the Valley of Fire became a state park in 1935. They are constructed of native sandstone and were used for many years to shelter campers and travelers to the park.




I think they are very cool, and I love seeing local material utilized for buildings. They choose the location wisely, there’s natural spring right next to it. I might add a few upgrades if I were to live there though


Speaking of off-grid, it’s Friday today, and I could have shared a Weekend Coffee Share with you, like I usually do, but I’m going to save that for tomorrow, and have coffee with you at my future homesteading property in Arizona!

I am in Arizona now, but not on my property. It’s very off-grid, and after checking that the roads on lower elevation (that might be affected by flooding at times,) was OK, we decided to stay at a hotel in a “nearby town” tonight, and drive to our property tomorrow. I hope you’ll join me for coffee there later this weekend. Happy Friday!


Ms Zen


11 Comments on “Who Would Like To Live Here?

  1. Very cool building, though I’m not sure if I would want to live there 😉 Looking forward to having coffee at your homestead later 🙂

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  2. Definitely a ‘room with a view!’ I think it might be a bit remote for me to live, but camping would be fun. Looking forward to seeing your AZ view. 🙂

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