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7/15/05 11:00 PM
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so i'm lookin for the most beautiful, low cost land possible. never been out west yet. so far eastern west virgina is the best on east coast, imo. talkin pure unspoiled beauty. very low cost as well. discuss
7/15/05 11:01 PM
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mars hill NC
7/15/05 11:08 PM
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'Hell' nah, too hot. 'mars hill NC' which part of nc is this?
7/15/05 11:10 PM
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mars hill is near ashville in the western mountains
7/15/05 11:12 PM
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The Black Hills, SD.
7/15/05 11:13 PM
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'mars hill is near ashville in the western mountains' do you live there? if so whats average land cost?
7/15/05 11:15 PM
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I actually have never gone there. I love ashville though
7/15/05 11:16 PM
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'The Black Hills, SD.' sd is in my top ten states. why do you like it? here in the ohio hills good jobs are so few and far between.
7/15/05 11:17 PM
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Give this place a try
7/15/05 11:20 PM
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'I love ashville though' i like it too, but i'm lookin to get as far away for civilization as possible.
7/15/05 11:26 PM
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holyshit thanks ps thats what i'm talkin about. which states of the rockys is the most beautiful, low cost, and in bum fuck egypt?
7/15/05 11:31 PM
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ps do you live there?
7/15/05 11:36 PM
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No. It's just a place I like, and it's tucked away in a nice area. Just up the road is Silverton, which I also like quite a bit. They're slow-paced places that aren't overrun with tourists.
7/15/05 11:40 PM
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In the Area

7/15/05 11:43 PM
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silverton look nice too. thanks for the help man. 'The problem is there also are no jobs that will support your choice of granola towns.' wtf is a granola town? and if a granola town looks like quray id eat that shit allday.
7/15/05 11:44 PM
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damn dude your gonna have me up all night! thanks!
7/16/05 12:00 AM
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about 5 years ago, Northen Mid AZ. South of Flafstaff but north of Phoenix. So much too see, not far from good weather or skiing or lakes.... and damn spots are Absolute Beauty, and the land was very reasonable. Now F*cking californian f*cks have bought most of it and raised the value. I still have an area picked out, Im sure the price is raising all the time, but I would have to sell my PHX home first and Im not in a financial position to do so. I might try to price a few acres and put a rental on it soon, B4 its too late. Everyone has been wanting to "move to the mnts or country People dont realize most mnt communities dont have the water to support tons of people. People drill wells and 5 years later the well is dryed up. People dont know that at 5000 ft water is ALOT harder to get. People have been flocking to mnt communities from NC to Wyoming looking for a great paradise. Prices are going up my freinds! I remeber when you could get a mnt home outside of denver / colo springs for a decent price. You better have a million dollars now.
7/16/05 12:06 AM
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*Durango CO. is a tight area too I thought about that area, but settled else where for now Durango has great skiing and lake Powell one of the best lakes in the country isnt that far IMO. Durango has good reastraunts great bars and a good scene... Im sure homes are expensive with Telluride being close. Flagstaff is a real nice area but getting very expensive Montana is very nice and pretty but COLD and no jobs Cali is way too expensive Mountain living is tight, but the winters in the rockies are PRETTY CRAZY. IF you want to live out in the woods you better have a snowcat or hummer cuz if you get snowwed in its gonna be awhile. Ive been in pretty much every state and camped out in 100's of campsites.... There is alot of good country out there, bad thing is its been found and exploited.
7/16/05 12:41 AM
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'5000 ft water is ALOT harder to get.' damn! arizonas too hot. i gotta have 4 seasons. what about idahoe, montana, wyoming? 'Eastern Washington is the shit IMO.' what the realestate goin for?
7/16/05 12:44 AM
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"what about idahoe, montana, wyoming?" Very rugged up there. Very. My personal opinion is that you've almost got to be raised up there to be able to handle it. I couldn't handle it, though I sometimes like to think I could.
7/16/05 9:53 AM
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7/17/05 1:26 AM
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"sd is in my top ten states. why do you like it?"

I'm from there, although I no longer live there. IMO, it has all of the "mountainland" but not many "outside" or "tourists" have caught on and moved there.

Don't get me wrong, there are plenty of tourists, with Mt.Rushmoore and all, but they haven't all moved there yet.

Another nice area is around Gatlenberg or Pigeon Forge, Tn.

7/17/05 8:54 AM
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"i like it too, but i'm lookin to get as far away for civilization as possible." Try Alaska. I have been there and until somewhat recently, you could still homestead. Less than 1/10th of 1% of Alaska has been touched by humans. (According to the film I saw at the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce.) SB
7/17/05 9:29 AM
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'Don't get me wrong, there are plenty of tourists, with Mt.Rushmoore and all, but they haven't all moved there yet.' i like the dakotas a lot, gonna have to make a trip to see whats up. 'Try Alaska. I have been there and until somewhat recently, you could still homestead.' alaska would be awsome if werent for that whole winter thing. def. a place i'll be goin in the future.
7/17/05 12:23 PM
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shit loads of places in colorado

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