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IlliniDave wrote: ↑
Thu Apr 27, 2017 8:43 am
That little piece of property sounds like a gem from my perspective!
It's in a beautiful area, but it sits at 4500' elevation with absolutely no hope of grid power. We talked to a couple of realtors about selling it for a pittance, but they were even less interested than the Forest Service. I get that, because it's hard work to sell remote land (have to get out of the vehicle and walk around), and the commission on a pittance price is a micro-pittance.
7Wannabe5 wrote: ↑
Thu Apr 27, 2017 8:48 am
Also, I might prefer the additions of some sort of woods-and-water Northern camp and/or sand-and-sun Snowbird escape camp to acquiring more property in the city. My camper is a bit heavy and ancient for the purpose of hauling to other locations seasonally, and I don't own a motor vehicle of any kind, so I might just keep buying more campers to park too. I have got to do a better job of getting this all organized!
You see chaos, I see the joy of having options. I truly admire your adventurous spirit.