I found some land on the top of the mountain with a view. Its fer sale pretty cheap. The catch is exposing the view. Gotta cut a bunch of trees on a steeper slope than a truck can drive. Thats a fourth of the land which borders my road and a mountain bluff. On the other side of my road is the building sites. When the trees are cut from the road to the bluff , its where Eagles dare to be. The building sites are up hill from the road so that will be a vantage point for seeing 50 miles across a river valley. Ill post some pics in a bit as Im running a blocker now .
Well better get to it .
The land is above the cabin shown and some other pics showing the area.
Edited 9/19/2006 10:34 pm by Mooney
hahaha , a mistake was made in the previous post .
Bedroom 3 was a repo and was supposed to be cabin high#3. Memphest 2006
Ok back to it .
The land sits right above the cabin shown in the pics. Right above it as a matter of fact. Theres a holler to the side which has the bluff .
I thought about building 12 x 24 ft cabins with lofts for sleeping .
I was thinking about leaving them in the rough.
Community well with a hand pump and johny toilets. In other words better than a tent but no more equipped. I was planning on hanging a five foot wash tub inside for baths and a galv bucket with dipper for drinking . [mostly effects. ] A wood stove and a supply of wood. The loft would be ready for your own bedrolls. Thinking about furnishing a 6 ft dinning table and chairs , but you would need to bring your own lawn chairs to use out side and inside for living furniture. I guess I could go a sink if you could fetch the water from the well . After all Im furnishing a galv bucket and a dip bucket for the well on dog chain.
Any iders ?
Tim Memphest 2006
Wow, those fall colors are beautiful. I'm surprised you're ahead of us here in Maine--must be the elevation.
Will this be one of your investments or for yourself?
That was last year Wood . Be gettin close to the same time as the colors are going on now . My cabin is up there .
Yes , its an investment property for me. Either rent or sell small cabins.
Tim Memphest 2006
Well, go buy'er and get some bottled beer while yer at it.The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten.