I had imagined these homes clustered along a hillside for some reason. But they were quite spaced apart. The visitors center could only be basically entered several feet before one had to pay. We, along with another couple, asked our questions and turned away. As we prepared to leave, a group of young volunteers were heading out. None of the dwellings besides ones that could be rented could be toured, which is rather unfortunate considering how much more of a public relations opportunity that might bring in terms of simply education alone. But if they haven't enough resources, this could be understood as well.
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