One of the things on my bucket list last year was to sleep in a yurt. I didn’t really have a good reason other than I thought they looked cool and I was curious about them. I’d heard that they were portable, eco-friendly and sometimes even more cost effective than a house. (We never really considered building a yurt when we were in the … Read More Yurt Life?
Located on San Juan Island off the Washington Coast is a place called Aurora Farms. We recently went there to field scout for Hipcamp and had a blast! There’s a yurt on the property, a succulent garden, an Airstream, a house with a living roof and even a farm store. Scroll down to see what we saw! You know how we love yurts … … Read More Aurora Farms on San Juan Island
Not too far outside of Monroe, Washington you will find a place that is home to two of the most amazing treehouses we have ever seen. The first can be seen here. The second on we’re about to share with you. Have you ever stayed in a treehouse? It’s built 11 feet off the ground and literally in the trees. It comes in at a … Read More Pacific Northwest Treehouse #2
We recently scouted out a property for Hipcamp just east of the little town of Monroe, Washington. But this wasn’t just any old property. It was easily one of the most unique places we’ve stayed at. It was a Pacific Northwest Treehouse. You’ll see the treehouse from the driveway as you pull up. If you’re anything like us, you’ll probably blink your eyes several … Read More Pacific Northwest Treehouse
The Shanti Community in Madrid, New Mexico is a little under an hour from Santa Fe. Caroline and I recently went there to visit it while on assignment for Hipcamp and we had a blast. Come see what we experienced and if you like it, book it for yourself! Here’s a recap of our visit to Shanti Community in Madrid, New Mexico: “This site … Read More Shanti Community in Madrid, New Mexico