Enota Mountain Retreat. Enota is actually a sixty acre non-profit conservation facility. They're all about conservation (obviously), sustainability, and living lightly. They have an organic farm where you can pick your own produce, a restaurant that serves food made from their farm, over 300 animals (chickens, bunnies, goats, cows, horses, etc.), a trout pond, a fair trade gift shop, and more! Clint is awesome at finding things like this; he knows exactly the things I love and won't stop searching till it's just right. The most exciting part of the whole thing is all the hiking trails that are nearby. I've found eight trails I would like to hike, totaling about 36 miles in all. I don't think we'll quite make it to all of them :) Hopefully we'll get to borrow Clint's dad's camera and have lots of pictures to share when we get back. Until then, enjoy these preview photos from Enota's website.