We stayed here for a week. As some other reviewers note: the house is missing a few things the listing mentions (not sure why, but it would probably be a good idea to revise it). There are no TVs, no cable, no grill, etc. However, I found it *extremely* comfortable. The bed is among the most comfortable I've slept in at a vacation rental, and the linens are very cozy including down pillows and a down duvet. The kitchen is also very well equipped. Overall, I would say the pictures don't quite do this little place justice, it's quite cute.
Now, I mention that *I* was very comfortable. My boyfriend is about 7 foot tall and this place... wasn't designed for 7 foot tall people. He couldn't actually stand up in the bedroom, and the shower hit him at about his belly button (this is an exaggeration, but it's not for tall folk) was still comfortable, but not as much as me. So tall claustrophobic people be aware. But for the vasty majority of people I promise you'll be comfortable.
Joseph was a great host. The internet was down when we got there and he came to our rescue and called the cable company up in a jiffy and got it back up and running even though it was Christmas eve.
Lone Pine is... incredible. It's kind of amazing that people get to live there, because it's basically national park levels of beauty. And so close to so many fascinating things (both natural and unnatural).
There are just a few things that would make this a five star listing for me: a little guide for the house (we never could figure out some basic stuff, like where we should put the trash after we filled the can in the kitchen, the password to the router wasn't readily available and Joe didn't know it (being tech folks we found it out ourselves by hooking directly into the router, and we wrote it down on a post it and stuck it on the router, hope it's there for your stay), and as someone else mentioned the backyard and the little side yard by the house could *really* do with a good cleaning.
But overall, wonderful stay.