Our unique 'double dome' has been used as a residence, dormitory, exercise, and meeting room. It is located on the rim of Lake Canyon about 200 yards west of the center.
This dome was a first for Pacific Domes of Ashland, Oregon, as they had never before joined two domes together with a single hoop.
The result is an unobstructed view from the small 12' entry dome, through the hoop that connects it to the 30' dome, out the bay window, and across the canyon towards the Abajo Mountains.
In June of 2005, 5 volunteers erected the steel frame on the foundation and installed the covering, all in only 17 hours. The paint on the other hand, which is actually tinted roof coating, took Rick and Barb 10 days to complete. The colors were chosen to blend naturally with the environment.
Through the 22' x 11' bay window you overlook Lake Canyon and view the Abajo Mountains 30 miles northwest.
Two 165 watt solar panels and four deep cycle batteries supply the dome with electricity.