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

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

Robert A.



Oct 2006

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

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.


More about us

  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.

Swap availability

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Where is it?


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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