She and I worked for the Forest Cirque de "hurry up and wait" for about 4-5 years. That's where we met on a FireCrew (handcrew mind you, no slugs). Hottest saw chick I ever seen in Nomex. Though to answer your question, "C-Road" . A nice little fire trap drainage west of Delleker and just east of Blairsden and Mohawk. Prices are rising She got it for 110K while now it's almost that much for an acre.Dennis Cahoon said:Bodean, that lodgepole picture was taken in Plumas Co. Where did your girlfriend buy property?
Sizzle-Chest said:which ones? coastal or the giant redwoods. either way, they are mind blowing. seeing one huge tree like a redwood is something, but to see a whole forest full of them is really whats amazing to me. often, there will be two, three or maybe 4 huge redwoods growing right up against each other. trees up here always look so tiny after seeing them things.
Bodean said:Armstrong Woods out by Guernville is a State Park I think so yes if you feel ok and pay taxes use the service provided. Climb it til they tell you to get down. I suggest bring your rope bag up with you so as to deter detection.
Yes I'm sure land is cheap in Michigan. Though I'm not in a hurry to move. I've got business and contacts here. It sucks here in comparison to say anywhere else but hey what can I say. I grew up in Spokanarchy Wa and there is a lot of land for sale. Sandy coulees with medium pines. 100 acres for a 100K easy but, its still Spokomptonesque And I speak from knowing not guessing. I would love to land a job somewhere else to check out. Any euro's want a climber? How about Australia? I'll fly there but I'd like a wage. I can speak and write fluent spanish, mind you western hemispheric spanish not spain spanish. I don't have anything else to offer on how great california is, or did I at all.bwalker said:110K for 2 acres??? I can buy over 100 acres for that here.