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Drive through driveway, enter at the top, exit at the bottom, just three steps to the deck and the single level cabin.Big Covered Deck. Enjoy the outdoor space
6 voyageurs
1 chambre
1 lit
1 salle de bain
6 voyageurs
1 chambre
1 lit
1 salle de bain
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Our cabin is a quiet getaway, in a small neighborhood behind the Famous Mayhill Cafe on Hwy 82. It's a small 1 bedroom with a extra sofa sleeper and futon in the living room. We have a BIG covered deck, with pleasant views and outdoor living space for outdoor dining and BBQ. Mayhill is a cool escape from the summer heat down the mountain. We're 17 miles from Cloudcroft and about one hour from Artesia, a little farther to Carlsbad and Roswell. This is a prime hunting area for Elk, Deer, Turkey.

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Sèche-linge
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Chauffage
Télévision
Lave-linge
Wi-Fi

Couchages

Chambre 1
1 lit double, 1 hamac
Espaces communs
2 canapés convertibles

Règlement intérieur

Non fumeur
Pas de fête ni de soirée
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait à partir de 15:00
Départ avant 11:00
Arrivée autonome avec boîte à clé sécurisée

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Profil utilisateur de Cody
Cody
octobre 2018
accommodations were exactly as advertised. we were looking for a cabin with few frills, as we intended to spend our time exploring and really only needed a dry warm place to sleep. this place fit our needs perfectly and the best part was that the rate was more than reasonable. I …
Profil utilisateur de Donald
Réponse de Donald :
Thanks for your kind words. We appreciate when people "get it" we have other cabins that have more amenities and higher prices, but this is a good inexpensive option for a getaway. Welcome back anytime.
octobre 2018
Profil utilisateur de William
William
septembre 2018
Awesome amenities, quiet, semi secluded, spacious, privacy, the best you would expect from an AIRBNB location ! Donald was exceptional host, made sure we had the code for entry of the location, emails, text reminders, directions for local eateries and amenities, quick responses …
Profil utilisateur de Wilson
Wilson
août 2018
A fantastic get-away in the mountains, and a great place to de-stress and just breathe. The cabin actually has a window A/C unit despite the listing that states no A/C. We stayed Mid-August and were very comfortable. About 20 minutes outside of Cloudcroft and hiking in the Linco…
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Réponse de Donald :
thank you for your kind words. We are glad you enjoyed your stay. We have two larger cabins in Cloudcroft as well as furnished homes in Alamogordo fro your White Sands Adventures. Welcome back anytime!
août 2018
Profil utilisateur de Linda
Linda
août 2018
Great experience. Hanging chairs on large front deck. Very quiet and relaxing. Fully equipped kitchen. Very clean.
Profil utilisateur de Andrew
Andrew
août 2018
Neighbor’s house has a lot of junk on their property. That will give you pause as you approach the cabin. However, it is sufficiently screened by trees so that we weren’t really bothered by it as we enjoyed the large covered deck in the evenings. Our cabin was clean and a very go…
Profil utilisateur de Lauren
Lauren
juillet 2018
Host was completely unresponsive which made finding the place very difficult. Overall it was as expected for the price but we enjoyed our
Profil utilisateur de Lindsay
Lindsay
juillet 2018
I was extremely disappointed with this location and host. I felt like I drove through a junk yard to get there and honestly wondered if it was safe to stay there. The toilet had urine in the bowl and fecal matter on the toilet seat. The hammock advertised in the listing is not in…
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Réponse de Donald :
AIRBNB HOSTS. Do Not rent to this guest. We have 6 vacation rentals and have a SuperHost rating. We have had 100's of guests over the years and this guest was the worst, an absolute nightmare. I am still trying to figure out her agenda. She wanted to stay at our cabin so she could attend a nearby mid evil enactment. Check in was at 4 pm, At (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) we got an email complaining that the toilet was dirty and there was mold in the house. The house had been clean and I personally inspected it after the cleaners were there. The toilet and the rest of the home were clean. She reports that the paint was pealing and moldy in the bedroom. The paint is only about a year old and it was not peeling. She scratched and pealed two softball size spots in the wall, because she thought she saw mold. We tried to contact her to meet her in the morning, she did not answer. We were prepared to upgrade her to another property to calm her concerns, but she called AIRBNB and demanded a refund, before giving us an opportunity to address her concerns. We lost our revenue from her rental, plus we had to block off days to repair the wall she damaged and repaint the room. We cut out the piece of sheet rock she had damaged and sent it off to Pro Labs for a mold test. The tests came back negative, NO MOLD. This guest cost us over $ (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) in loss rental income, repairs and lab analysis. She reported that she checked in earlier but did not inspect the property till her (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) pm email. Our cleaning crew reported that the beds had been slept in, and they removed bags of trash, beer cans and bottles. They had spent the entire afternoon and evening partying in the house before they tried to contact us. It is true that one of our neighbor has a lot of stuff in his yard. And this is accurately mentioned in our property profile online. You drive past it to get to our home. But our home is that last home on the street, and you can not see or hear any neighbors from our cabin. All of our guests love the big covered deck and the relaxing views of the trees and mountains from our deck. BTW, our neighbor and his ancestors homesteaded the area. They have been there for generations and they would be the first folks in line to help a neighbor in need. Maybe you should not be so quick to judge a book by its cover, because these neighbors are some of the nicest people you will ever meet. Our cabin is a clean inexpensive getaway, probably the least expensive cabin rental on the mountain. Don't expect a 5 star hotel for $49 a night! you don't get champagne on a beer budget! Whatever her agenda, her comments are libelous and slanderous. She made false accusations. The lab results from Pro Lab are posted below. Certificate of Mold Analysis Prepared for: DON WIKLUND Phone Number: (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Fax Number: Project Name: 18 JUNIPER Test Location: 18 JUNIPER MAYHILL, NM (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Chain of Custody #: (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Received Date: July 31, (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Report Date: August 9, (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) ________________________________________________ Carlos Ochoa, Technical and Quality Control Manager _________________________________________________________________________________ Currently there are no Federal regulations for evaluating potential health effects of fungal contamination and remediation. This information is subject to change as more information regarding fungal contaminants becomes available. For more information visit (Website hidden by Airbnb) or (Website hidden by Airbnb) This document was designed to follow currently known industry guidelines for the interpretation of microbial sampling, analysis, and remediation. Since interpretation of mold analysis reports is a scientific work in progress, it may as such be changed at any time without notice. The client is solely responsible for the use or interpretation. PRO-LAB/SSPTM Inc. makes no express or implied warranties as to health of a property from only the samples sent to their laboratory for analysis. The Client is hereby notified that due to the subjective nature of fungal analysis and the mold growth process, laboratory samples can and do change over time relative to the originally sampled material. PRO-LAB/SSPTM Inc. reserves the right to properly dispose of all samples after the testing of such samples are sufficiently completed or after a 7 day period, whichever is greater. For more information please contact PRO-LAB at (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) or email (Email hidden by Airbnb) Page 2 of 7 Prepared for : DON WIKLUND Test Address : 18 JUNIPER 18 JUNIPER MAYHILL, NM (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) IDENTIFICATION Mold Present Raw Count Spores per m3 Percent of Total Raw Count Spores per m3 Percent of Total Raw Count Spores per m3 Percent of Total 0 ANALYSIS METHOD Direct Microscopic Exam INTENTIONALLY BLANK INTENTIONALLY BLANK INTENTIONALLY BLANK LOCATION BEDROOM WALL COC / LINE # (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) SAMPLE TYPE & VOLUME BULK - CONSUMER SERIAL NUMBER None supplied COLLECTION DATE Jul 24, (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) ANALYSIS DATE Aug 9, (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) CONCLUSION NORMAL TOTAL SPORES NA MINIMUM DETECTION LIMIT* NA BACKGROUND DEBRIS Not Applicable OBSERVATIONS & COMMENTS No Fungi Detected. Background debris qualitatively estimates the amount of particles that are not pollen or spores and directly affects the accuracy of the spore counts. The categories of Light, Moderate, Heavy and Too Heavy for Accurate Count, are used to indicate the amount of deposited debris. Light (None to up to 25% obstruction); Medium (26% to up to 75% obstruction); Heavy (76% to up to 90% obstruction); Too Heavy (Greater than 90% obstruction). Increasing amounts of debris will obscure small spores and can prevent spores from impacting onto the slide. The actual number of spores present in the sample is likely higher than reported if the debris estimate is ‘Heavy’ or ‘Too Heavy for Accurate Count’. All calculations are rounded to two significant figures and therefore, the total percentage of spore numbers may not equal 100%. * Minimum Detection Limit. Based on the volume of air sampled, this is the lowest number of spores that can be detected and is an estimate of the lowest concentration of spores that can be read in the sample. NA = Not Applicable. Spores that were observed from the samples submitted are listed on this report. If a spore is not listed on this report it was not observed in the samples submitted. Interpretation Guidelines: A determination is added to the report to help users interpret the mold analysis results. A mold report is only one aspect of an indoor air quality investigation. The most important aspect of mold growth in a living space is the availability of water. Without a source of water, mold generally will not become a problem in buildings. These determinations are in no way meant to imply any health outcomes or financial decisions based solely on this report. For questions relating to medical conditions you should consult an occupational or environmental health physician or professional. CONTROL is a baseline sample showing what the spore count and diversity is at the time of sampling. The control sample(s) is usually collected outside of the structure being tested and used to determine if this sample(s) is similar in diversity and abundance to the inside sample(s). ELEVATED means that the amount and/or diversity of spores, as compared to the control sample(s), and other samples in our database, are higher than expected. This can indicate that fungi have grown because of a water leak or water intrusion. Fungi that are considered to be indicators of water damage include, but are not limited to: Chaetomium, Fusarium, Memnoniella, Stachybotrys, Scopulariopsis, Ulocladium. NOT ELEVATED means that the amount and/or the diversity of spores, as compared to the control sample and other samples in our database, are lower than expected and may indicate no problematic fungal growth. UNUSUAL means that the presence of current or former growth was observed in the analyzed sample. An abundance of spores are present, and/or growth structures including hyphae and/or fruiting bodies are present and associated with one or more of the types of mold/fungi identified in the analyzed sample. NORMAL means that no presence of current or former growth was observed in the analyzed sample. If spores are recorded they are normally what is in the air and have settled on the surface(s) tested. Page 3 of 7 Prepared for : DON WIKLUND Test Address : 18 JUNIPER 18 JUNIPER MAYHILL, NM (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Indoor Air Quality Testing Introduction The fungi are a large group of organisms that include mold. In nature, the fungi and mold help breakdown and recycle nutrients in the environment. Mold are the most common type of fungi that grow indoors. Mold are microscopic organisms that live on plants, in the soil, and on animals, in fact almost anywhere food and moisture are available. Mold is everywhere present in the outdoor and normal indoor environments. It is in the air and on surfaces as settled dust. Exposure to mold is inevitable in everyday life. Thus, exposure to mold is considered part of a normal activity for most people. Only environments for which extraordinary preparations have been taken don’t have mold present in the air or on surfaces. Understanding Mold Under the right conditions (moisture, a food source, and time) mold will grow, multiply and produce spores. Mold grows throughout nature as well as the built environment. Mold reproduces by microscopic cells called “spores” that can be spread easily through the air. Mold spores are always present in the indoor and outdoor air. There are mold that can grow on any organic substrate including wood, paper, carpet, food, ceiling tiles, dried fish, carpet, or any surface where dust has accumulated. When excessive moisture or water accumulates indoors, mold growth will often occur, particularly if the moisture problem remains undiscovered or un-addressed. There is no practical way to eliminate all mold spores in the indoor environment. The way to control indoor mold growth is to control the amount of moisture available to the mold. Mold growth can become a problem in your home or office where there is sufficient moisture and the right foodstuff is available. The key to preventing mold growth is to prevent all moisture problems. Of course, hidden mold Page 4 of 7 Mold Sampling Methods The goal of sampling is to learn about the levels of mold growth and amplification in buildings. There are no EPA or OSHA standards for levels of fungi and mold in indoor environments. There are also no standard collection methods. However, several generally accepted collection methods are available to inspectors to study mold (and bacteria) in indoor environments. Comparison with reference samples can be a useful approach. Reference samples are usually taken outdoors and sometimes samples can be taken from “non-complaint” areas. In general, indoor fungal concentrations should be similar to or lower than outdoor levels. High levels of mold only found inside buildings often suggest indoor amplification of the fungi. Furthermore, the detection of water-indicating fungi, even at low levels, may require further evaluation. There are several types of testing methods that can detect the presence of mold. They can be used to find mold spores that are suspended in air, in settled dust, or mold growing on surfaces of building materials and furnishings. There are different methods that can identify types of live mold and dead mold in a sampled environment. Mold spores can be allergenic and toxic even when dead. All sampled material obtained in the laboratory is analyzed using modern microscopic methods, standard and innovative mycological techniques, analyzed at (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) times magnification. Testing for mold with an accredited laboratory is the best way to determine if you have mold and what type of mold it is. Surface Sampling Methods Surface sampling can be useful for differentiating between mold growth and stains of various kinds. This type of sampling is used to identify the type of mold growth that may be present and help investigate water intrusion. Surface sampling can help the interpretation of building inspections when used correctly. The following are the different types of surface samples that are commonly used to perform a direct examination of a specific location. Spore counts per area are not normally useful. Tape (or tape-lift) These samples are collected using clear adhesive tape or adhesive slide for microscopic examination of suspect stains, settled dust and spores. Tape lifts are an excellent, non-destructive method of sampling. The laboratory is usually able to determine if the there is current of former mold growth or if only normally settled spores were sampled. Bulk This is a destructive test of materials (e.g., settled dust, sections of wallboard, pieces of duct lining, carpet segments, return-air filters, etc.) to determine if they contain or show mold growth. Bulk sampling collects a portion of material small enough to be transported conveniently and handled easily in the laboratory while still representing the material being sampled. A representative sample is taken from the bulk sample and can be cultured for species identification or analyzed using direct microscopy for genus identification. The laboratory is usually able to determine if the there is current of former mold growth or if only normally settled spores were sampled. Swab A sterile cotton or synthetic fiber-tipped swab is used to test an area of suspected mold growth. Samples obtained using this method can be cultured for species identification or analyzed using direct microscopy for genus identification. The laboratory is usually able to determine if there is current of former mold growth or if only normally settled spores were sampled. Identified spores are generally reported as “present/absent”. Carpet (filter-type) Cassette A carpet cassette is used with a portable air pump (flow rate usually doesn’t matter) to collect mold, pollen and other particulates. Samples obtained using this method can be cultured for species identification or analyzed using direct microscopy for genus identification. This method is usually used to determine a presence or absence of water-indicating mold in a carpet. The laboratory is usually able to determine if the there is current of former mold growth or if only normally settled spores were sampled. Page 5 of 7 Air Sampling Methods Air samples are possibly the most common type of environmental sample that investigators collect to study bioaerosols (mold, pollen, particulates). The physics of removing particles from the air and the general principles of good sample collection apply to all airborne materials, whether biological or other origin. Therefore, many of the basic principles investigators use to identify and quantify other airborne particulate matter can be adapted to bioaerosol sampling. Common to all aerosol samplers is consideration of collection efficiency. The following are the two most common forms of air sampling methods. “Non-Viable Methods” (The Laboratory results are reported in “spores per cubic meter (sp/m3) Z5 Cassette The Z 5 spore trap is used with a portable air pump (5 liters/minute for 1 to 5 minutes) to rapidly collect airborne aerosols including mold, pollen and other airborne particulates. Air is drawn through a small slit at the top of the cassette and spores are trapped on a sticky surface on a small glass slide inside the cassette. They are efficient at collecting spores as small as 1µm. Micro5 Cassette The Micro5 Microcell spore trap cassette is used with a portable air pump (5 liters/minute for 1 to 5 minutes) to collect airborne aerosols including mold, pollen and other airborne particulates. Air is drawn through a small circular hole at the top of the cassette and spores are trapped on a sticky coated glass slide inside the cassette. They are efficient at collecting spores as small as 0.8µm. Air-O-Cell Cassette The Air-O-Cell spore trap cassette is used with a portable air pump (15 liters/minute for 1 to 10 minutes) to collect airborne aerosols including mold, pollen and other airborne particulates. Air is drawn through a small opening at the top of the cassette and spores are trapped on a sticky coated glass slide inside the cassette. These cassettes are efficient at collecting spores as small as 2.6µm. Allergenco-D Cassette The Allergenco-D spore trap cassette is used with a portable air pump (15 liters/minute for 1 to 10 minutes) to collect airborne aerosols including mold, pollen and other airborne particulates. Air is drawn through a small opening at the top of the cassette and spores are trapped on a sticky coated glass slide inside the cassette. These cassettes are efficient at collecting spores as small as 1.7µm. “Viable Methods” (The Laboratory results are reported in “colony forming units per cubic meter (CFU/m3) Agar Impaction Plates The agar impaction plates are used with a portable air pump (28.3 liters/minute for 1 to 3 minutes) to collect airborne mold. This is called “viable sampling” because it only grows what is alive at the time of testing. Air is drawn through a (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) holes at the top of the impactor and spores are trapped in the agar media. The agar plate should be shipped to the laboratory immediately or kept cool until it can be shipped. These cassettes are 90% efficient at collecting spores as small as 0.7µm. The laboratory results are reported in “colony forming units per cubic meter (CFU/m3 )”. Page 6 of 7 Data Interpretation Information (data) on mold in buildings can consist of the simple observation of fungal growth on a wall, analytical measurements from hundreds of environmental samples, or the results of a survey of building occupants with and without particular building-related conditions. Data interpretation is the process whereby investigators make decisions on (a) the relevance to human exposure of environmental observations and measurements, (b) the strength of associations between exposure and health status, and (c) the probability of current or future risks. These interpretation steps are followed by decisions on what measures can be taken to interrupt exposure and prevent future problems. Remediation of Mold Prevention of mold growth indoors is only possible if the factors that allow it to grow are identified and controlled. When prevention has failed and visible growth has occurred in a home or building, remediation and/or restoration may be required. The extent of the mold growth will determine the scope of the remediation required. The goal of remediation is to remove or clean mold-damaged material using work practices that protect occupants by controlling the dispersion of mold from the work area and protect the workers from exposure to mold. You should consult a professional when contemplating fixing a large area of mold growth. Generally, remediation requires (a) removal of porous materials showing extensive microbial growth, (b) physical removal of surface microbial growth on non-porous materials to typical background levels, and (c) reduction of moisture to levels that do not support microbial growth. Identification of the conditions that contributed to microbial proliferation in a home or building is the most important step in remediation. No effective control strategy can be implemented without a clear understanding of the events or building dynamics responsible for microbial growth. Following the completion of the remediation process, mold testing should be performed to obtain clearance. Symptoms of Mold Exposure The most common symptoms of mold exposure are runny nose, eye irritation, cough, congestion, and aggravation of asthma. Individuals with persistent health problems that appear to be related to mold or other types of air quality contaminant exposure should see their physicians for a referral to specialists who are trained in occupational/environmental medicine or related specialties and are knowledgeable about these types of exposures. Decisions about removing individuals from an affected area must be based on the results of such medical evaluation. Mold is naturally present in outdoor environments and we share the same air between the indoor and outdoor, it is impossible to eliminate all mold spores indoors. Ten Things You Should Know About Mold 1) Potential health effects and symptoms associated with mold exposures include allergic reactions, asthma, and other respiratory problems. 2) There is no practical way to completely eliminate mold and mold spores in the indoor environment. The way to control indoor mold growth is to control moisture. 3) If mold is a problem in your home or building, you must clean up the mold and eliminate sources of moisture. 4) To prevent mold growth any source of a water problem or leak must be repaired. 5) Indoor humidity must be reduced (generally below 60%) to reduce the chances of mold growth by: adequately venting bathrooms, dryers, and other moisture-generating sources to the outside; using air conditioners and de-humidifiers; increasing ventilation; and using exhaust fans whenever cooking, dishwashing and cleaning. 6) Clean and dry any damp or wet building materials and furnishings within (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) hours to prevent mold growth. 7) Clean mold off of hard surfaces with water and detergent and dry completely. 8) Prevent condensation: reduce the potential for condensation on cold surfaces (e.g., windows, piping, exterior walls, roof, or floors) by adding insulation. 9) In areas where there is a perpetual moisture problem on the floor, do not install carpeting 10) Mold can be found almost anywhere. Mold can grow on wood, paper, carpet, foods; almost anything can support some mold growth provided there is moisture, time to grow and food to eat. Page 7 of 7 References & Resources Bioaerosols: Assessment and Control, Janet Macher, Sc.D., M.P.H., Editor (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) ACGIH, (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Kemper Meadow Drive, Cincinnati, (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Health Implications of Fungi in Indoor Environments, Edited by R.A. Samson (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Elsevier Science, P.O. Box 945, Madison Square Station, New York, NY (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Damp Indoor Spaces and Health, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, Washington, DC, (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Field Guide for the Determination of Biological Contaminants in Environmental Samples, 2nd Edition, Edited by L-L. Hung, et al. AIHA, Fairfax, VA, (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Recognition, Evaluation, and Control of Indoor Mold, Edited by B. Prezant, et al. AIHA, Fairfax, VA, (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Useful Websites (Website hidden by Airbnb) American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists - information on Indoor Air Quality and useful links (Website hidden by Airbnb) California Indoor Air Quality Program - California Indoor Air Quality resources and useful links (Website hidden by Airbnb) New York State Department of Health - New York state recommendations for IAQ, indoor mold inspections, remediation, and prevention (Website hidden by Airbnb) Guidelines for Assessment and Remediation of Fungi in Indoor Environments – a good reference for mold clean up and removal (Website hidden by Airbnb) National Institutes of Health - information mold prevention and remediation (Website hidden by Airbnb) National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences - information on mold (Website hidden by Airbnb) United States Environmental Protection Agency website on mold and moisture (Website hidden by Airbnb) American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology – information on mold and allergies and outdoor allergens (Website hidden by Airbnb) Allergy & Asthma Network – information for homes about allergies and asthma (Website hidden by Airbnb) Minnesota Department of Commerce Energy Information Center – good information on moisture control in homes (Website hidden by Airbnb) Governmental Indoor Environment Department – good information on indoor health, comfort and energy efficiency in buildings (Website hidden by Airbnb) Occupational US Department of Labor (OSHA) - A Brief Guide to Mold in the Workplac
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Michael est un SuperhostLes Superhosts sont des hôtes expérimentés qui bénéficient de très bonnes évaluations et qui s'engagent à offrir d'excellents séjours aux voyageurs.
Retired Navy Chief. Married 44 years with 4 children and 4 beautiful granddaughters.
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