After a mile of scrambling, the ruins of the South's desert home await. Marshal and Tanya named the place 'Yaquitepec' after the Yaqui Indians who lived in the area centuries ago. The cabin had three rooms: a kitchen and bed room, a living room, and a mouse-proof room where food was stored. The total interior dimensions were 15 feet by 40 feet. Marshal and Tanya put a corrugated tin roof atop the adobe walls. The corrugated roof drained into a gutter, which led into a system of water-storage cisterns.