Hunter S. Thompson's Writing Cabin

Before his death in 2005, Hunter S. Thompson worked and resided at Owl Farm in Woody Creek, Colorado. His widow, Anita, still lives on the 42-acre property and is giving Fear and Loathing fans the opportunity to spend three nights at the compound. Guests will sleep in the godfather of Gonzo's two-bedroom writing cabin overlooking the surrounding valley. It features one of Hunter's writing desks and his IBM Selectric III typewriter along with Owl Farm stationery and reference books for those who are feeling inspired. To secure your visit, send in a one-paragraph email explaining why you would like to stay at the writer's cabin and then wait for approval. The proceeds from each visit go to help fund Hunter S. Thompson's scholarship for veterans attending Columbia University.

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