Tips & Pitfalls of Buying Raw/Farm Land

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  • Mon, Jun 22, 2009 - 05:57am

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    Re: Tips & Pitfalls of Buying Raw/Farm Land

LOL Ken – both of us think that being another 3500 miles farther away from our families is a good thing. I’d love to have my sister and her husband live nearby because they’re doing pretty much the same thing as we are, except in TX. We might be able to tolerate Gungnir’s BIL… but everyone else gets a really short visit, if any at all. Of course with his family being British, I don’t know how they’d react to having to carry a gun with you all the time in case of bears and moose… I think our odds are good that they won’t be dropping in anytime, erm, soon.  Of course, when they find out that they have to stay in a tent and crap in a bucket, that will just seal the deal.(BONUS!!!)

  • Tue, Jun 23, 2009 - 04:21am

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[quote=PlicketyCat]

I can sew (well, sort of) so mending isn’t a problem and I can make clothes from raw fabric if I had to, so repurposing the curtains one day may be an option.[/quote]

Pay special attention starting at the 3 minute, 30 second mark:

  • Tue, Jun 23, 2009 - 02:30pm

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LOL  Sam — I remember that skit.  I’ll try to keep in mind that I should remove the rod first

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