Joe Giambalvo recently retired from the Santa Fe Opera as Director of Information Technology; having worked there since moving to New Mexico with his wife Barbara 24 years ago. He is now a freelance information technology specialist.
Barbara Miller is a retired Special Educator, having worked as teacher and administrator at Brush Ranch School in Pecos Canyon for many years and most recently as Head Special Education teacher at a charter school in Santa Fe.
Barbara and Joe have enjoyed building and furnishing the cabin as a retreat for family and friends.
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This charming cabin sleeps up to four. The bedroom has a lodge pole pine queen-size bed, and a large dresser and walk-in closet. The open-plan living room, dining room and kitchen have a knotty pine cathedral ceiling, full-size sleeper sofa, comfortable chairs and an easy to operate gas log stove. The decor is an attractive…
32 guest reviews
100% of guests would stay again
Left on Aug 26, 2012 for a stay in July 2012
My husband and I stayed for a week at this wonderful relaxing cabin. Close enough to day trips to Santa Fe and Madrid but remote enough to enjoy the Pecos Wilderness. We loved sitting on the porch enjoying the beauty of nature, watching the hummingbirds, and the fishing just steps from the cabin. The cabin met our every need and was a great way to beat the summer heat. Our host Joe and … See more
Janet, Edmond, OK