The remoteness and the harsh Patagonian climate, do not allow harvesting fresh products regularly so this is a very important area in every ranch. The families of settlers began to plant their orchards (Huertas) using vegetables and fruit brought from the north and Europe. They grew carrots, lettuce, apple, cherry, rhubarb, gooseberries, raspberries and strawberries among many others.
La Quinta became the favorite place for the family, where even the youngest helped. The harvest of strawberries, currants and large spaces were a game, so several of the current generations began to forge real love for the land and outdoors work.
This 15 mt2 room with panoramic views, is set with burlap sacks for the potatoes, planting tools and wicker baskets used on crops and seedbeds.