Stay the Night Inside an Adobe Dome in the Texas Desert

Looking for a Texas getaway that’s truly one-of-a-kind? Try spending the night in a handmade adobe dome near the stunning scenery of Big Bend National Park.

The off-grid Adobe Dome is the perfect place to cut your ties to technology and connect with mother nature.

The dome was built to withstand the elements while giving visitors a cozy space to relax and enjoy life.

Inside, there’s a cozy sitting area made from wooden pallets.

The comfy queen size bed is sure to make you feel at home.

A full kitchen lets you cook with a two-burner propane stove and oven. There’s also a solar-powered refrigerator that will keep your drinks and ingredients nice and cool.

Although you’ll be in the middle of a desert, this new outhouse gives you plenty of privacy when nature calls.

This stunning rock shower is a great place to cool off after a day of exploring the land.

The desert is under a dark-sky ordinance, which means you’ll have amazing views of the stars each night. If you want to do a little exploring during the day, a 25-minute drive will take you to what’s left of Terlingua, the West Texas ghost town.

 

(Source) Original post: www.wideopencountry.com

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