Monday, August 17, 2009


If The Cave Is A-Rockin’

FARMINGTON, N.M. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – The privacy truly rocks at one prehistoric bed and breakfast in Farmington, New Mexico.

Kokopelli’s Cave Bed and Breakfast invites visitors to relax like a caveman since it’s built on a cliff 70-feet below the ground and 280 feet above a river, ensuring privacy for guests.

Manager Bruce Black assures that since solid, 65 million-year- old rock surrounds the B&B, there’s no chance of anyone knockin’ should the cave start a-rockin’.

In fact, Kokopelli’s Cave can only be reached by walking down a sloping path, going down a set of rocky steps that have been cut into the ancient sandstone, and climbing a wooden ladder at the bottom of the path.

The obstacles clearly remove the need for “Do Not Disturb” signs on the door.

Black says, “You really have to want to come to Kokopelli’s Cave to come to Kokopelli’s Cave!”

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