The Adobe Cottage
“The Adobe”: Hemlock timbers hand-hewed from rough logs and stained to perfect Sedona red provide the skeleton of this “Eastern Adobe”. Natural cedar and earthtone interiors blend with heated Mexican tile and southwestern artwork to create a desert environment worth of Santa Fe. From the outside you may think “The Duke” was inside drinking cowboy coffee before he hits the slopes. The Adobe has a queen sized bed in its oversized loft upstairs with rolling views into the valley. The Queen sized sleeper sofa downstairs also sleeps a couple more buckaroos. The kitchen has everything you need to round up the troops when the chuckwagon bell sounds. This may be the first and last chance to stay in a true Adobe east of the Mississippi. The Adobe sleeps 4 guests max and is pet friendly with a fee of $30.00.
Featuring hand planed, sanded, routed, and stained hemlock beams that would become the frame. And thanks to my My Dad’s hard work on this project smooth from beginning to end.
The beams went up and the frame was built around them. The building was then sheathed in foam, scratch coated and covered in stucco to look like Clint Eastwood himself was dealin’ stud inside. The Adobe is all earth tones and cedar inside. Featuring reclaimed metal cabinets and Mexican tiles. The incredible floor was the designed using propane torches, steel wool and poly and “construction grade” hemlock giving the look of aged hardened floors. So to our Fathers…Thanks Dads, everyone really loves the design and the workmanship.