pecos river cabin
About the Owners

Margo Barnes retired at 46 from a long and successful corporate career and moved to Tucson. She has dreamed of having a little cabin on a small body of water nearly all her life. When she and Vicky visited the cabin in 2003, she knew she had found it (although the owners didn’t agree!). Back in Tucson, she owns and manages 29 rental homes and is at work on a two-volume memoir. She spends time at the cabin writing and painting; a few of her paintings hang in the cabin.

Vicky Stromee is a retired therapist who today teaches masters-level students in the counseling program at University of Phoenix and manages a consulting practice in organizational development. First and foremost, though, she is a photographer, specializing in the natural world of botanicals and wildlife. Her work hangs in personal and corporate collections from Vermont to Oregon and is featured in a book on water gardening.

Visit Vicky’s photography website to see more of her wonderful work! Some of her photos also hang in the cabin and are available for $250 apiece.

Margo and Vicky finally bought the cabin in 2006, more than three years after they first visited it.  When their guests aren’t here, they usually are, and hope one day to spend much of their summers at the cabin escaping the heat of Tucson!

"Thank you! Our family had a wonderful time exploring and splashing around your magical cabin. This was a very special trip for us."

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