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Guests can stay in a hogan or one of two large tents. This is the inside of one tent. Baya and Paul Meehan call it "glamping." (Laurel Morales)
Guests can stay in a hogan or one of two large tents. This is the inside of one tent. Baya and Paul Meehan call it "glamping." (Laurel Morales)
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Experience what it’s like to live on the Navajo Nation, even if you're not a native. That’s what one Navajo entrepreneur is advertising. She offers a bed and breakfast, Navajo style. It’s peaceful and rustic. And it’s missing some creature comforts that many would expect from a typical B&B. But as Laurel Morales reports for Fronteras Desk, at Here & Now contributor station KJZZ, it’s booked solid for months.

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This segment aired on November 5, 2015.

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