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This is a shared room in a shared home, dorm style. If you are uncomfortable sharing a room with strangers, (who isn't really?) this listing is not for you. If you want to push your personal space boundaries, (perhaps in prep for overseas backpack trip? Or saving $$, expanding horizons & personal network, pooling resources, is more important to you than privacy and elbow room?) if so, maybe this queen or single bed is right for you.
rm has own toilet/shower in shared room. Birdsong in morning; star view &coyote song at nt. Share kitchen/dining rm, patio, living rm, piano& accordion with ski resort workers &guests. Live like locals, put up with squalor in communal parts of home or help maintain cleanliness I bring evry 6wks, before it ensues. Don't book if you can't contribute to cleaning or cope. Central location, walk to woods, restaurants, G.O &bars.
Cozy & quiet. Fall asleep to coyote song. Spectacular starry sky view from old vinyl patio couch. (You may have to untarp patio furniture, even shovel snow to use patio and fire pit or wood burning stove outside in winter.) Walk to wooded trails, Grocery Outlet, College Campus, restaurants and bars. Bike to beach (in summer.) Play piano and accordion. If hotel sterility and polish is what you're looking for, please don't book my place just to cancel or give bad review. This is like when you stay at your high school friend's grama's house in the basement. (unless said grama is rich. This is low income grama in Chicago or Detroit. ie busted door molding, unpainted drywall patches, stained carpet, holes in wall from doorknob opening over-exhuberantly, etc. This room clean and cozy, but kitchen and living room is how you & housemates choose to keep it. Sometimes filthy as some bachelors &over-privileged J1s are.) I drive down from Portland to clean, be home, actively host &work at Homewood as often as possible. Sorry if I miss your visit while I open my home to you. I have more time to chat, show my favorite hikes, ski with you, go out for drinks and dinner, make friends, if I don't have to clean so much.
SHOES OFF AT THE DOOR PLEASE. There is a kitchen/laundry/dining rm, living rm, patio and propane bbq, to share with other guests. Please park specifically where asked, to avoid pissing off neighbors.
Access to rest of home includes kitchen, living room, patio, laundry, piano, and bathroom. I come clean it at least every 6 weeks, much more during ski season, but this is your bathroom. Its your job to clean up after yourselves, or live in your own squalor if you don't, til I come be your mom. I'm sorry if its dirty on arrival. I do my best scheduling my work to avoid that. If you book last minute, its harder to avoid. Usually you start with a clean bathroom, but its your responsibility to help maintain it. Speak up if there is a problem. (Many ski resort workers are here on their first jobs, first time away from mama, or have servants at home in Latin America, Europe, S. Africa, Japan, Singapore, NZ & Australia. Be kind, show them how its done, or let me know who I need to show.)
Please park where specifically asked to avoid pissing off neighbors. Shared bathroom/shower/tub. Shoes off please in the house, all the time. Your friends too please.
You have your own private bathroom & shower, so use the shared bathroom/shower/tub with tolerance please. Share rest of home including kitchen, living room, patio, laundry, piano, & shared bathroom with tub with a grain of salt. (Many ski resort workers are here on their first jobs, first time away from mama, or have servants at home in Latin America, Europe, S. Africa, Japan, Singapore, NZ & Australia. Be kind, show them how its done, or let me know who I need to show.)
Call me with any questions or problems. Otherwise you may not see me, if you miss my visit. However, please plan to interact with incoming guests; that is the point of me opening my home to a variety of people, sharing communal spaces. Please pool resources such as sober designated driver or Lyft/Uber, be generous with your cooking, beer & wine. I hope you'll make life long travel friends, and therefore return carpooling from the bay. Pardon resort workers if they may be self interested & oblivious to you. Ski season is our busiest funnest season. We work & play hard, often passing out in our wet uniform to rise before the sun to catch the bus &do it all again. Please enjoy the solitude of your private bedroom if so, and consider it bonus if you get a word out of one of them.
Please park where specifically asked to avoid pissing off neighbors. Keep dab rigs & use of that crap & incense in your own room. Tobacco products strictly prohibited. Shoes off at the door please. Please help sweep the foyer and vacuum the living room often, especially if you have a pet. Expect to sign a lease about this stuff upon arrival.
LGBT, Pet and 420 friendly. (Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals & Transgenders come and go freely. Also people of all races, religions, and class. Bigots prohibited. There may be cats, dogs, rats, snakes, Tigers, furries or other pets guests may bring. Allergies discouraged. People smoke pot in California and in this house. Tobacco strictly prohibited.) Please keep your pot, incense and paraphernalia in your own room. Keep your crumbs, resin, dust and wax out of the communal areas.
- 420, Pet & LGBT friendly. Must mention in message thread that you have read all drop down "more" bits in description and perused all photos and reviews. Shoes off at door and contribute to snow shoveling and house maintenance.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
I love snow. But I guess I love my mom more. That's why I'm in Oregon 1/2 the time caring for her. I've been living a dual life last 2 1/2 years as a snowboard instructor in Tahoe and an in home caregiver for elderly and disabled people of Oregon. Airbnb has enabled this lifestyle by helping me share my 2 homes with guests to offset the costs of upkeeping them both. I sort of blew it up big time last summer in Tahoe. Hosting became a full time job for me and a little side gig for a few friends in both locations helping me. I had tents with real beds, RVs, buffet breakfast outside on patio. It was super fun. But politics in Tahoe forced me to "snooze" my Tahoe listings for now unfortunately, and turn my efforts elsewhere. Luckily I have enough friends and return guests there to keep my mortgage paid. I plan to spend my "off season" (May-Nov) this year, mostly in Portland with my girlfriend. Whether I keep my Reedsport apt. during the whole summer has yet to be decided. It makes visiting my mom there a lot easier. She has COPD and a touch of dementia. Its tough to stay at her place for very long. We get along a lot better when I can go home to my own place down the street from her to sleep and concentrate on other work. If Airbnb guests keep booking it, just enough to help cover costs and the effort & stress of keeping it paid, I'll keep it til Nov.
My house in Tahoe has been my rock of gibraltar for over 15 years enabling me a free spirited lifestyle, providing me a home base from which to explore other places and jobs, always having it to call "home" and come back home to. The seasonal nature of the Tahoe job market has always been a challenge, "poverty with a view." It does provide decent minimum wage jobs to come home to, like restaurants in summer and ski resorts in winter. I love teaching snowboarding and skiing at Sierra-At-Tahoe every winter. That has been a constant in my gypsy lifestyle for the last 7 years and many more to come. They treat me sooo swell with so much respect and kind consideration for my unique personal struggles. I hope to someday visit its now sister resort Stevens Pass in WA. It is equidistant to Reedsport in the opposite direction than Tahoe, but a long haul. I'd like to try Idaho resorts too. I drive back and forth between Tahoe and Oregon at least every 6 weeks. Please join me sometime, carpooling or just visiting either location. Welcome home! My motto? "Where ever you go, there you are."---Buckaroo Banzai ('80's movie.)