On the slopes of the Jemez mountains near the end of a well-maintained gravel road off a secondary highway, about six miles from Cuba. Quiet, no traffic, comfortable, simple rooms in typical ranch buildings. Host Vi Garcia is warmly hospitable. Our "continental" breakfast was supplied to the in-room refrigerator the night before, ready at our convenience: juice, fruit in a yogurt and granola cup, ready-to-microwave breakfast burrito, brew-it-yourself coffee/tea. The mid-May morning was warm enough to eat at the table outside our rooms, under the portico, with a panoramic view of the pastures to the west. You will feel like you are in a Peter Hurd landscape. Be sure to look in the small chapel, in early times a storage building for guns and ammunition, now repurposed for family devotions, with simple, charming paintings by a neighbor. You may be able to get a Verizon signal if you have to, but why bother? This is a place to slow down and undigitize for a few hours. Excellent value, too.