|Wohnfläche||600 sq. ft.|
Der Tower Guest House befindet sich im Zentrum eines kleinen Arbeits gelegen (aber ruhig) Knoblauch Bauernhof (plus Zwiebeln, Schalotten, Gemüse, Tomaten, Paprika, Winterkürbis), in einer ruhigen Pappel gesäumten Gasse, die entlang der Embudo River verläuft, ein und eine halbe Meile vom Zentrum des Dorfes Dixon, mit seinem Full-Service coop Supermarkt und eine Bibliothek. Abseits von der Hauptstraße, und von den Klängen der Fluss 100 Meter nach Süden gebadet, die Lage ist außerordentlich ruhig. Die zweite Etage Deck lädt zum sonnen, essen, grillen, zu lesen, und genießen Sie Sonnenuntergänge und Sonnenaufgänge.
Lesen Sie alles über es zuerst: Farm Besitzer Stanley Crawford drei Bücher über das Leben geschrieben hat er und seine Frau Rosemary im embudo Tal geführt haben, als Bauern und Aktivisten: Mayordomo: CHRONIK EINES ACEQUIA IN NORTHERN NEW MEXICO; und A KNOBLAUCHS TESTAMENT: JAHRESZEITEN AUF EINER KLEINEN NEW MEXICO FARM; und ein Fluss im Winter: NEUE UND AUSGEWÄHLTE ESSAYS, die alle von der University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque veröffentlicht. Siehe auch die New York Times Artikel von Anne Raver in der 14. Juli 2011 Ausgabe.
Wählen Sie Ihre eigenen Salat: Ab ca. Juni bis Ende Oktober, sind eingeladen, die Gäste ihre eigenen Salat Anfertigungen aus den Landpflanzungen Salat zusammenstellen, Spinat, Rucola, Radieschen, Salat Rüben und süßen Zwiebeln. Auf dem Höhepunkt der Saison, gibt es auch Tomaten und Paprika in der hoophouse und eine Fülle von Knoblauch und Schalotten in den Lagerschuppen. Die Gäste können auch in der Nähe henhouse Eier von den Hühnern probieren.
Erfrischende nachmittags: Obwohl das Klima der nördlichen New Mexiko relativ trocken ist, den meisten Jahren gibt es genug Wasser in der Nähe von Rio Embudo ein erfrischendes Nachmittag Bad zu nehmen - oder im Rio Grande an der BLM Campingplatz acht Meilen entfernt - oder im mehr ferne Abiquiu, El Vado oder Heron Lakes. Und im Winter, außer in der Nähe Sipapu Ski, gibt es sowohl die Taos und Santa Fe Ski-Becken. (Für das Jahr 2012 ist der Schnee ausgezeichnet).
My husband and I had the pleasure of staying at the Crawford's adorable tower property 4 nights in early September this year. We were only suppose to stay 3, but fell so in love with Crawfords, that we extended our stay by a night. The farm is located on a quiet lane that runs alongside the Embudo River, and we took several hikes down a "secret" pathway to experience its charm. One lovely day we brought chairs and a few Coronas and sat in the river relaxing in the water and absorbing the beauty.
We had a number of easy conversations with the Crawfords over our stay. They are quite an interesting pair, and make you feel right at home. Mrs. Crawford is a vivacious woman and Mr. Crawford is a friendly man, with a twinkle in his eye. They are a hardworking team and I grew to consider them the Queen and King of Dixon, and I'm sure the town folks would agree. Having moved there in the 1960s they have done so much to make Dixon the quaint, organic farming community it is today.
If you are not in the mood for cooking, Sugars BBQ is a few miles off SR 68, and serves delicious food (although they are not open every day, so check their sign for hours). Zuly's Café serves yummy breakfasts and lunches and uses locally grown produce. We enjoyed going there, and we met several friendly locals, drinking coffee and chatting with them up about the area. There is also a co-op market with locally grown produce, wines, cheeses, deli goods, and about anything needed to cook a good meal.
There are many beautiful drives to choose from so pick a direction and be blown away by the magnificence. There are two wineries within the community (but I found La Chiripada by far the best). Dixon is a 25 minute drive to Taos and close to Espanola and Santa Fe as well, so if you tire of the solitude and want to visit galleries, restaurants or people watch, it is not far out of reach. There's also several river rafting outfits nearby, and there's even a small brewing company with some tasty craft beers.
The cost of staying at Bosque Garlic Farm is extremely inexpensive for how amazing it is. The tower that they built, mostly themselves, has lots of windows and is attractive and comfy. We slept in the bedroom downstairs, and the upstairs, living area, is cozy, too, with hardwoods and a futon sofa that would easily sleep 2, as well. There's a sweet, sweet deck that we spent many hours on, talking and star gazing, drinking our coffee in the mornings, and looking out on the beautiful flowers a
The Tower is a sweet spot on this planet -nestled in among the rows of lettuce and basil- overlooking the country road that saunters by the river. It has everything you need including generous touches from the Crawfords, like fresh eggs in the fridge (from the family chickens), and more. Writers, they're are sensitive to one's desire for quietude yet openly available for good conversation and laughs. The perfect place one dreams of going for regeneration, relaxation, insight and remembering (or learning) what it's like to live a rich life of simplicity.
This beautiful little tower was our honeymoon spot in May 2011 and we loved every minute. Dixon is a great, quiet little town with all the basic groceries (not-so-basic groceries, and a drugstore, were only about 20 minutes away in Espanola or Taos), an art gallery, and a yummy restaurant called Zuly's about a two-minute drive from The Tower. Even more fun were the wineries we visited (La Chiripada was our favorite!). There is high-speed internet, so if you don't have a GPS, you can easily map out directions to wherever you want to go before you leave The Tower. We found that Santa Fe was about half an hour to 45 minutes away, and Taos was even closer but in the opposite direction. The house is clean and smooth and full of light and color - no oven, but we grilled everything we needed to and microwaved the leftovers. The owners are very nice - they gave us fresh produce and fresh eggs from their farm (they don't JUST grow garlic!) and had us up for tea one evening. They are an interesting, fascinating couple who are very easy to work with. We drove to the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge one day, and went hiking in Taos Ski Valley the next. Scenery is amazing and the weather in May was perfect (70s, very low humidity). One of our favorite days was spent wandering around Taos, then hearing about a local ice creamery and going to Arroyo Seco (a little town right outside Taos) to find it. It was THE best ice cream we've ever tasted. We wished we had had longer to stay because we never did get to go fishing in the Embudo (which is beautiful right across the driveway from the Tower) or explore along the Rio Grande. You do have to drive through the Rio Grande Gorge to get to Dixon, which was always a breathtaking experience for us. We would recommend this to anyone looking for a quiet vacation where they can plan each day as it comes, making it as adventurous or chill as they want. Two people was a good number for this rental, as the bed downstairs was a full and the futon upstairs only had one comfortable side. We would go back in a heartbeat - the location was perfect!
If this was my first experience or northern New Mexico, I would never want to leave. Everything was perfect and felt so welcoming. The beauty of the farm, the Embudo River and the natural state of intstant relaxation one gets will stay with me for a long time! Thanks so much to Stan & Rose Mary who helped create such an amazing experience. Can't wait to come back!
I have often stayed at the El Bosque Farm. This
is a truly magnificent area. With the river in
front and the hills behind you don't even have
to get into a car to immerse yourself in this
unique landscape. A beautiful and comfortable
self-contained hideaway after a day of
exploring...perfect! I would highly recommend
El Bosque Farm - I would move in there if I
Der Tower Guest House in Crawfords Garlic Farm liegt in einem Embudo Tal, in den Ausläufern der Sangre de Cristo Range, ein und eine halbe Meile vom Zentrum des traditionellen Dorfes Hispanic Dixon. Dixon ist für sein Kunsthandwerk bekannt ist, und ist ein guter Ausgangspunkt, um in der Nähe von Flüssen und Schluchten wie der Rio Grande-Schlucht erkunden. Taos ist 25 Meilen nach Norden, Santa Fe 50 Meilen südlich; beide sind wichtige kulturelle und künstlerische Zentren. Die Region ist bekannt für seine indischen Pueblos und Ruinen alle leicht zu fahrende Strecke bekannt.
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