All of the bedrooms are upstairs, the upstairs living area has a wood-burning stove, futon, couch and love seat.
The entry to the Crow's Nest bedroom evidences the house builder's roots in yacht building!
Kasa Casa's entry way with the fossil stone table
These cabinets have coffee, tea, spices, extra supplies and dishware, plus room to store your food!
Enjoy sitting under the trees, right off the downstairs living area and hot tub!
The Sunshine Room, with a sky light to watch the stars, and a sliding glass door onto the upstairs deck!
Our soaking pool, during the heat of the summer it can be a cool pool! Open up the sliding glass doors, and relax during the heat of summer!
What's not to love about outdoor showers in the summertime!
Upstairs bathroom with shower
The moon usually rises through the porthole window in the Crow's Nest bedroom!
Kasa Casa is the first building, our studio/meeting room is next door. You can see our labyrinth. The green belt beyond the field behind Kasa Casa is Fossil Rim!
Your greeter, and the reason for naming our most unique house, Kasa Casa. You may recognize the artist, Tom Tischler's evocative work from museums and zoos across the country.
The front patio, great for dining!
The inside of our infrared sauna at Kasa Casa.
The upstairs deck
The upstairs bathroom, the indoor shower!
Our labyrinth is right next to Kasa Casa.