Cozy house in historic Menlo Park. A few minutes walk to the street car (5 min ride to downtown!), scenic river path, groceries and coffee shops, laundromat, etc. I have chickens, a friendly dog, pleasant outdoor seating, shared bath, and kitchen.
You will be able to use all the rooms as if you lived here. We will share the kitchen, bathroom and living space. You will be able to use my cookware and the kitchen if you like. I also have a nice yard and back patio with a table and outdoor seating.
Interaction with guests
I will be around for most guest stays, but work regular hours and some weekend hours as well. So please feel free to ask for advice and even to share meals with me, but don't count on a tour guide or late night conversations.
Other things to note
My house is quite small and I don't change my habits or schedule for guests, so expect hospitality and a comfortable clean bedroom, but not commercial level amenities or cleanliness in the rest of the house! I live here and you're entering my space and my daily life, so it's important that you're comfortable with that! I look forward to hosting you.
Please feel free to use the kitchen amenities, but clean up after yourself.
Come and go as you please, but keep it quiet after 10pm.
My dog stays home during the day, so feel free to interact with her as much or as little as you want, but under no circumstances let her out of the yard.
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Down to earth animal lover/environmentalist. I have 7 chicken ladies and one sweet dog. I love to garden and grow desert plants and go hiking in and around Tucson! I also love to cook and bake bread.
I work for Watershed Management Group, a non-profit that implements water-harvesting projects across Tucson and educates the community about the importance of harvesting rainwater in our desert city.
I am pretty busy almost all of the time, so won't be a "tour-guide" host, but I love to get people all set up with maps and advice to explore Tucson via bike or public transport on their own. I love Tucson and enjoy introducing my desert city to out-of-towners!