My home is dog and kid friendly.
I am a hop, skip and a jump from many opportunities for fun, movies, plays, hikes, shops, romance and adventures.
My home is warm and friendly. I invite you to have solitude or connect. It is quiet here, and so near to alot happenin.
I have one full bedroom with a Queen bed and then a den with a fouton that opens up to sleep 2. The bathroom is close as well as the use of the laundry room.
You can eat your meals in privacy in the den, on the deck, or in the kitchen that I share.
Take time to explore the beauty of our beaches and woods, or sit on the deck, watch the sunset and read a good book or make a fire and share.
Keywords: Home share, bed and breakfast
I am a native american woman who practices naturopathic medicine. I call myself a barefoot doctor because i barefoot whenever possible to keep touch with the earth. I love music and play with a marimba band called Dandaro. I have a passion for life and believe diversity is what makes this world so special. I enjoy connection with others on a deep level. My connection to Spirit is strong and an important part of my life. I care deeply about the earth and all that inhabits it. As i become more mature I become more playful with life.
I actually rent my home and love Whidbey Island for it's beauty, and the people here for their awareness and desire to live consciously. I am most fortunate that we have a school for learning and playing music from Zimbabwe and also live near the 'barefoot sensei' and train with him every opportunity i have.
Thanks to my dear friend who owns my home I am also fortunate to have my practice connected to my home so my commute is a barefoot walk away. I am also very close to ferry, market and small towns that offer a diversity in restarants, shops and much culture in plays, music, etc. I don't live far from beaches i can roam at will or woods to run in. And to top it off, if I want to make a journey into the city, i can take the ferry and drive, bus or take the train.
VISA, MC, and DISCOVER accepted
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