Blue Skies is situated on 2.5 acres of streamside and wooded property that features several varieties of ecosystems, from giant littoral cottonwood and willow trees, to drywash copses of scrub oak, ash and elms, to high-desert cactus and scrub.
We tailored our construction to keep as much of the natural vegetation intact. In addition, our three B&B buildings have always been surrounded by small garden areas.
In 2009, we put in the Secret Garden, a secluded spot behind our furthest-back B&B building featuring small copses of huge, century-old scrub-oak trees to the east and west. To the north is a spectacular redstone wall over twelve fee high built by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression in the 1930's.