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Imagine your ideal patch of Mother Earth. The free lots are taken as of this printing. For some, finding dream homestead land means secluded rural acreage.
There are some locations where you can still find your dream homestead land without breaking the bank. Even some more remote rural areas, particularly in the fast-growing retirement and resort areas of the West, have experienced price spikes.
And in many areas of high-cost states such as California, spiraling prices have put homestead land well out of reach for many buyers. But the picture is far different in other parts of rural America, and for those looking for a quiet country life, opportunities abound.
In rural parts of the American Plains stretching from Texas to the Dakotas, east through Indiana, and across poor counties in the Mississippi Delta many areas have seen a steady decline of population since the early s. To turn the tide, local governments are often eager to entice newcomers to boost their tax base for schools and other essential services. Data from the U. Census Bureau indicates that home values in the Midwest and Deep South are among the most affordable in the country.
Curtis Seltzer, a land consultant and author of How to be a Dirt Smart Buyer of Country Property , cautions buyers tempted by low cost or free homestead land that it may be cheap for good reasons. As of mid, Hazelton, N. Most towns have been flooded with thousands of requests.
By November , 74 of the 80 free lots in Marquette, Kan. The programs have appealed to a broad cross section of people, from young couples with children to retirees who have come from as far as California and Louisiana. Some rural banks are getting in on the game, too. Even federal elected officials from Midwest states are hoping to lure newcomers with enticements of land. They might be more willing to sell than you think. Pick up a copy of the local newspaper to look for advertisements from land brokers or for sales directly by owners.
In the slumping real estate market, foreclosures are increasing, and some rural areas have been hit especially hard. Both lenders and the federal government are eager to unload properties, sometimes atbargain prices. Foreclosure buyers also can ask lenders about available real estate. Land given away by the U. Homesteaders will be most interested in public land, most of which is located on Bureau of Land Management BLM land in the 11 Western states.
The downside is that the agency must sell the land at no less than fair market value. And most plots are located in areas short on water or with poor soils that have little agricultural potential. State land programs also occasionally sell land. Abandoned farms may provide another enticing and affordable land option.
But do your homework first: Seltzer cautions that owners often walk away from abandoned farms because of water problems or marginal soil.
Frequently, a small plot of poor soil can be improved with proper management so that it will serve nicely as a garden. GeRue suggests that buyers first make a list of criteria to guide them in their decisions. Are you planning to farm the land, and if so, is the plot large enough, and is the soil fertile? Are there any signs of contamination, wetlands or flooding? Is the rural life right for you?
How will you support yourself? You might want to consider the commuting distance to larger communities, where jobs and amenities may be more available. More isolated rural areas may also lack services to support you or your family. Will being near a quality hospital be important to you?
Will your children be attending local schools? Thorough research is the best guarantee of purchasing land that fits your needs. The Web sites below will get you off to a good start. Is your perfect farm off the market? Currently I live in Texas and I look for land deals in the Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma area and I have found these sites to be the best for land in rural areas: I am 30 years and working for 10 years and one of my future plan before I retired is to buy my own business property not for me for my kids..
Nice list of online land purchase resources, but you've missed one which is also quite good - http: After contemplating the comment by S. Burwell, I would like to submit to readers a possible remedy for the problem of aging and waning strength. In times past, it was not strange to live in the same place with one's parents, grandparents, other relatives, or even helping hands. As the older generation waned, the stronger generation gradually took over the responsibilities of the home.
I believe that investing in deep, close, and lasting relationships especially with one's own offspring pays off manifold in the later years of a person's life.
Society today is so impersonal, much to our detriment. I appreciated this article very much and found it full of practical help. Thirty some years later, having had my chickens, horses, cows, pigs and all other manner of critters, we have pared down to what is on about two acres around our home.
My advice to add to this article is think for the long term: Can you picture yourself older and perhaps with physicial or health problems that may hinder your giving full attention to the needs of your purchase? While we have no regrets, we have found our older bodies are not quite as able to keep up with everything that we would like to. Paring down has worked for us and we enjoy the country setting that we live in. Will we sell down the road? That country home further south beckons as a retirement dream.
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Father Peter of Saint Anthony of Padua parish will offer the blessing and lead us in prayer. All dogs must be on a leash and all other animals must be secured in a carrier or with a leash. Hope you will join us for a fun filled family night at the farm! All proceeds benefit the farm animals at Stearns Homestead. We hope to see you at the sale! Hours for July 6 are 6: Join us for some great family fun this Friday. Animal feed will be sold, weather permitting. Society is sick of them and their shenanigans.
The three lowest forms of life on the planet are bankers, lawyers, and politicians, in no particular order. They might be better off changing their names also. The colleges keep shittin em out though.
Actually Wilson, they are three sub species of the dreaded homo-ewrecktus narcicstus… a sloth like animal that feeds on the placenta of the Coypu…. The worst states to live in rated by their residents.
As I said the other day Illinois sucks. I am thankful for the information being made available without all of the usual hassles and pushiness of real estate salespeople. Thanks to Joel and Todd. Does anybody remember back in the 50s when everybody was digging nuclear bomb bunkers?
Sounds a little like the same thing, only a different day. Hammerun and Wrong, when I was 5 years old, my older brother and I helped our Dad build a bomb shelter in our basement and stocked it with supplies because a Russian lunatic named Nikita Khruschev sent some nuclear-armed missiles to Cuba; thus the Cuban Missile Crisis. That was my first contact with what we call prepping today and definitely left an impression on my young mind. It was also a fort for me and the neighborhood kids.
I had my first date in there also. Sometimes I think the best bug out place is being Mobile, or at least the availability to move to a safer location at my choosing if I needed. Sinking all your money into one location then have to abandon it for being over run would suck. If it was my land then build a large steel frame barn to park the RV in and live in the shelter and RV. Use the large roof for solar and rain catch. Drill a well and build a barn around the well.
Then if times get hairy, drive off to another location. That too sounds romantic enough, but we all need to think out of the box, and have flexibility in our choices. You can buy large 40Ft Steel Containers that people make homesteads out of. You can stack them or arrange them in a box formation for a great security retreat. Ytube has some great vids on that. Welding skills will come in real handy by then. See you all at the finish line.
The poor kid would have only his PP. To swear at and call old and useless. They were still selling them in the early s.
Our local county fair had one installed in the ground near the road intersection. I remember that the entrance tube and hatch were painted red. Some company was selling them and letting people tour the demo model. I believe the company dug up the shelter and took it with them the next week to another county fair. That intersection used to be six miles out of town. Thankfully, they were never used. There is a possibility that there will be a spiritual revival and renewal in the west, and all this preparedness will not have been needed.
Preparedness is simply taking personal responsibility for a range of possibilities, and not expecting others to bail you out. We had a cool Fourth weekend and a family get together in Baton Rouge and the weather really cooperated. Even the folks from California and Florida were ready to move to Louisiana.
There are more and more like minded people here, people of the earth with plenty of earth smarts. We have been surviving in the swamps, marshlands, bayous and boucou woodlands for centuries. We had some good eating at the Fourth and Family Reunion which included jambalaya, fried pickles, jalepenos, onions, freedom fries, okra, fish, crawfish, shrimp, local oysters, alligator, and something new for me — fried shrimp-heads which tasted like soft-shell crabs.
We had some great barbecue ribs and potato salad, gumbo. Thanks MAC for telling us about this new site. I will definitely be checking it out.
Remember, three is two, two is one, and one is none. I used to work and travel in La. Not necessarily the people in New Orleans or Baton Rouge, but the Cajun or Coon—- folks as they liked to call themselves were great. Skeptic, Thanks for the kind and true comments. We call ourselves Cajun or Coonass andwe are appreciative of our heritage. Our food, our music, our culture, are uniquely tied to the land and its people but we are by no means isolated from the rest of the country or even the world.
You can reach us by land, water, or by air. Come back again soon to beautiful Louisiana. People down here, especially in the country, are the salt of the earth. You are welcome to come visit us and see for yourself. July and August can get very hot and humid but that is the case for most of the US.
The growing season is long and crops like rice and sugarcane do well here. It is a paradise for someone with a green thumb. Many tropical and subtropical fruit do well here. Major Earth Changes will occur during my lifetime and yours. When these changes hit, Cajun country will be underwater. Find some high ground several thousand feet above current sea level. Thanks for your advice. I always appreciate what you have to say and your unique insight into current affairs.
I have seen maps anticipating what would happen if the seas began to rise and it does not look good for most of the Mississippi delta region and all the way up to Memphis and into Arkansas. I had a friend who lived on a sailboat, perhaps that could be an option. I would love to have a retreat in the high country. I have been looking for one but have not found one yet. Every location has its pros and cons. Perhaps an abundance of water and fish would be preferable to none.
Will need to look into technology that converts sea water into energy, desalination, etc. What are the comparative chances of the supervalcano and Yellowstone blowing vs the Mississippi Delta and Louisiana getting submerged by rising oceans. If we have a new Ice Age, will the higher elevations be able to sustain life and agriculture? What are the chances of glaciers forming destroying much of the land currently being farmed? These are some of my random thoughts on the matter.
I would love to hear more on what you think. Perhaps Be Informed could enlighten us more regarding these possible scenarios. The Greenpeace guy recently made a comment that he was more afraid of the cold.
I also enjoy your posts. Louisiana is a very special place with unique people, culture, food, and climate. The people here have a very special relationship with the land and have learned to do well off the land and the waters in and around us. No starving people here! I always appreciate your posts as well. Jambalaya, a food of the common people down here, definitely is one of my favorite main dishes. It really is not that hard to cook and of course every cook has his own unique variation.
Some of our cusine may not be readily duplicated elsewhere as many of the ingredients come from our land and our waters. All their efforts were in vain and a burden to their heirs who had to unload the property, etc. We choose to stay in the city for convenience and amenities. We will stand our ground if and when the time comes. A friend lives in Idaho, near where retreat land was sold and one of the main promoters passed away last yr, heavily involved in prepping. His name was Jack McLamb.
His efforts were in vain. Some of us are too old to make changes except to do the best we can where we live now. Laura, I am a wee bit disappointed in your post. Self sufficiency is never in vain, it is a form of life enhancement and personal satisfaction. As long as we are taking a breath, we are ageless. There is a very high chance that preparations will not be used, as in this case.
But if I DID get property, etc. The grandparents live through the depression, and they did their due diligence and what was reasonable. His efforts were not in vain. He might end up saving my life from his grave. These people are not to be argued with.
They think they have all the answers and help is just a cellphone call away. Take Care, — Miss Dee Dee. Considering all the articles posted here over the years stating the demise of us Americans earnings and financial situations…. Well count me in.. I wish any of you with the financial whereabouts my best in securing a perfect spot retreat..
Hey, possecom, When Shtf, just watch out for the folks around 28 in Hyannis. Great people on Cape. But those friggin New Yorkers, Jesus! I got your back over on the South Coast. I avoid Hyannis like the plague.. Posseecom, I have spent decades seeing these neighbors of yours in my medical practices in Boston. Many of them have never had a callous on their palm in their life. When the SHTF , You my dear friend will will fare much easier than a man with a load of worthless greenbacks sticking out of their pockets.
Take Care, Miss Dee Dee. He has several anti- Obama signs on his lawn. The local gimmiedats have vandalized them a few times. Never seen him outside though. You have to admire that kind of grit even though it flies in the face of staying below the radar. Trying very hard to sell the place in Tampa and move back to Oregon. Have been trying for 15 months and it has been a real trial. Feel called to get out of Florida. Hard to explain, but real to me. I have just found the perfect place.
Did I mention the dirt cheap price, which has been lowered several times since the property first went on the market a couple years ago? I will defend and fortify this location and take in everyone I reasonably can. This is history in the making. Good luck to all righteous folks in their plans to build the future rather than destroying it, or being destroyed.
I moved from my hometown to a more rural area, next to the mountains. Where I was living before, it was surrounded by large, violent cities so I moved away. This new place is so horrible!! Everyone is focused down, talking about drugs, prostitution, their next government check, etc… it is do depressing here! Someone told me that a lot of the drug addicts were chased out of the large cities by the cops and they came here!!!
Anyhow, I left my hometown of 30 years or so— a wonderfully uplifting, happy town and came to this hell hole because it was close to the mountains and was away from the large violent cities… I regret the move everyday!!! Yes, that can happen. However, there are ways to ensure that the town you choose is the right one for you.
We help clients take a hard look at their relocation goals through a thorough threat analysis. It sounds like you may be back east, where moving from the big happy city to a crime ridden meth town can happen, and there are places like that in the Western Redoubt as well.
The bottom line is that a Strategic Relocation can encompass any move, anywhere, it just has to be for the right reason, and that should be to THRIVE not just survive in the coming socio-economic collapse. Have a wonderful day. You may realize that it might not be the best set of people to live around… With that in mind, here is what you should or should not do….
You are in the middle of a few projects at your home: You are hot and sweaty, covered in dust, lawn clippings, dirt and paint. You have your old work clothes on. You know the outfit — shorts with the hole in the crotch, old T-shirt with a stain from who-knows-what, and an old pair of tennis shoes.
Stop what you are doing. Shave, take a shower, blow dry your hair, brush your teeth, floss and put on clean clothes. Check yourself in the mirror and flex. Add a dab of your favorite cologne because, you never know, you just might meet some hot chick while standing in the checkout line. Stop what you are doing, put on clean shorts and shirt. You married the hot chick so no need for much else. Wash your hands and comb your hair. Check yourself in the mirror.
Add a shot of your favorite cologne to cover the smell. Put on a sweatshirt that is long enough to cover the hole in the crotch of your shorts. Put on different shoes and a hat.
Check yourself in the mirror and do more sucking in than flexing. Put on a hat. Wipe the dirt off your hands onto your shirt. Check yourself in the mirror and swear not to wear that shirt anymore because it makes you look fat. The cutie running the register smiles when she sees you coming and you think you still have it.
No need for a hat any more. Hose the dog crap off your shoes. The mirror was shattered when you were in your 50s. You hope you have underwear on so nothing hangs out the hole in your pants. Wait to go to Home Depot until the drug store has your prescriptions ready too. The young thing at the register stares at you and you realize your balls are hanging out the hole in your crotch. Now you remember you need to go to Home Depot. Go to Wal-Mart instead.
You went to school with the old lady greeter. You wander around trying to remember what you are looking for. Then you fart out loud and think someone called your name. Something for my garden? Why am I reading this? Did I send it? I was in my shed today to repair a portable water pump. Reaching into my large six drawer toolbox, I suddenly realized all the deadly projectiles and cutting edges I have collected over the years. Not to mention all the stuff on Peg Board.
Had a couple small cherry trees expire…grafted ones. Those bad boys are hard as granite and the way I shaped them, they are perfectly balanced. One in each of our vehicles. Take Care, — Miee Dee Dee. I read somewhere that an English man had Ebola. If you guys get a chance check out this military vehicle surplus site http: That might even the odds a bit and make things just a bit more interesting. Take for example the Swan Valley in Montana, or the Yaak, or even Northern Idaho, there is so much water, its not even funny.
Out west sucks, IMHO. Water here is a damned nuisance, and we pay good money to get it out of our fields. I appreciate you very much Confederate!
Border Patrol had been scheduled to transfer a third round of buses, with approximately illegal aliens aboard in total, transferred from overcrowded Texas detention facilities.
More corrupt than Obungler and Hitlery… combined. On the other hand, at least she can slur paraplegics and get away with it, thanks to the leftist fascist press. Sorry to say, but Texas will just sit idly by and allow the Feds to have their way. Same all over this land. We tolerate more and more bullshit each day. Texas is no different.
Becoming a blue state more and more each minute. Get back to me and let me know how many of these Texans you speak of are latino. I am truly curious what the population break down is now.
La Raza will be down there to lock and load against the militias as will our own fucking government. Heard the same thing will happen in California. Based upon my personal experiences while living in rural North Idaho, your new neighbors should be one of your primary considerations. The long-term residents, many of whom being born and raised in some of the more rural areas, will likely shun you as an outsider for the first couple of years.
They know you are living amongst them now, literally from the day you move in. This seems to be the normal vetting process in many rural locations. The winter months can be especially brutal with wind chill values of degrees F or below. The extreme winter weather chases many new residents away, typically during their first North Idaho winter experience.
Beware of any overly-friendly neighbors who might approach you during your first couple of days. My personal experience has taught me that these types of people tend to be sociopathic in their intent. Do not trust them and make them aware of that sentiment. If you go off-the-grid highly recommended , then you can probably manage to maintain a lower profile with relative ease.
Buy a good chainsaw. You get what you pay for insofar as quality. Become proficient in falling big timber. Snow removal might also be a consideration, however there are usually some laid-off loggers around during the winter months who own a Cat skidder or road grader.
They will usually help you out for a reasonable fee. All things considered, strategic relocation to a remote, rural location is a life-changing decision. I checked out my new home and neighbors when I moved here. Small Town, far from any big town.
Billings is closest at about miles. I thought I was doing the best I could with the money I had. But after I had been here a while, my next door neighbor went off his meds. Crazy as a loon. He recently told a judge that ALL of his neighbors hate him and want to murder him.
He filed a police report claiming that his neighbor on the other side had pointed a gun at him. He could tell because he could see the red light on his forehead. They say it is a civil matter. He is 62 and both his parents were natives of this town. So after a century or so of residency he is privileged.
I am afraid that he will be the first one shot. This happened to my mom. If you call the police every single time, and press charges for trespassing, etc, eventually the county da will step in and petition the courts for committal.
Seems every neighborhood has one. It will be a dirt nap for that hag in our hood. And that cat too that climbs on my vehicles. If you complain too much, after a while, they think YOU are the crazy one. I do have a restraining order against him, but in Wyoming, a restraining order is only good for one year.
Then you have to go back to court to renew it. DaisyK — You and all of your neighbors need to document with photos and video of this crazy man. Then file a restraining order.
You can also send him a Cease and Desist demand for his actions and trespassing, and post this demand in the news paper for 3 days as required for public notice. Then if he continues to trespass or threaten you, you can then file a suit in court which also includes damages for your stress and interruption of your peace and quiet, and happiness and all the bundle of rights under your property ownership. If you win and he fails to pay, you can then foreclose on his house and take the property over.
This mass documentation and keeping a written log, will help your case, also get all the police reports and dates each time the cops came out to investigate his actions,to support your efforts. This Nasty foul mouthed Hag across the street from me who just likes to scream at the top of her lungs swearing every cuss word in the book, for hours on end, drives me crazy. And the cops have been there 15 times in the last few yrs, but don;t ever seem to do anything about it, as she usually runs in her house when they come and refuses to answer the door.
She does this for her own entertainment, since nobody likes her, and that her actions, is disturbing the peace and also disorderly conduct. One thing you will face is laws that protect the elderly, so document, document is the key for your claim.
I guess the comment about overly friendly people struck me wrong…. Like I said, this comment was based upon my personal experiences. Most of the neighbors that approached me during my first days and weeks were recent transplants themselves, and not necessarily of decent moral character. AJ…Too bad about your experience with the standoffish folks in Northern Idaho. Im sure BJ had the same experience with the locals on his recent visit to Idaho. Well AJ, you have at least one of those sociopaths reading this website they gave you a thumbs down.
What you say is golden. Its gonna get real dicey very soon. Good luck to you and yours! AJ your right on point.. DB,keep in mind if shallow well a pitcher pump will do. You cannot learn how to fall trees in one day. Have him buck it into lengths, too. I read an article once that said the best way to stop home invasion is to have a house that no one could enter without you letting them in.
Including SWAT going to the wrong house. Another consideration, though, would be the fire department. If they had a genuine need, you would want a method that would still allow them to get in. But if I won the lottery or something, I would look for a place with a couple of springs, and a pond or a stream no large dams upstream that might break. One story with a basement, hidden from the road, a greenhouse, two or more sources of heat, a good electric fence that is solar powered, no large windows at ground level….
Best thing would be a little house at the back of the lot with another old house in front. There would be a fence or hedge or row of evergreen trees between the front house and the rear house. You would not be able to see the back house from the front of the lot. Someone could break into the vacant front house and assume there was nothing there, and go away.
This is a good example of how some people are overlooked by LEOs because they are afraid of them, and its awful damned easy to go missing in the mountains. He runs a huge cock fighting gambling ring with many contacts across state and a national border.
Nobody gives a fuck. Long story—but he thought he could outsmart his sweet little old niece. Not all those good ole boys are good. They may be ignorant as hell, but the can talk a line and you can be in a hurtin spot pretty quick. Learn whether you will have a Sheriff as chief LEO.
In my case I met my local sheriff by accident. I advertised a rifle for sale. Got a good rundown the county — who in my area is safe, and where the meth cookers tend to be. By pure luck, or the Grace of God, my place is well clear of those types.
Another thing I learned after being here a couple of years. The really GOOD deals come at local auctions. Anything found on the Internet is usually grossly overpriced. Vetting takes time, and sometimes it takes a blood relation to do it. You still have a sometime of support system before moving to a remote area.
Get a deer lease in the area, and see how many visitors you have. See how many fences are cut or hogs have been let into your food crops. Go to Ranch in South Texas, and see why they have 20 dogs roaming the place. One such facility is located in Murrieta, California, where a large group of protesters recently blocked a bus full of migrants from arriving. But soon the concerned citizens may be forced to step down—Breitbart Texas has learned that federal agents plan to arrive in Murrieta on Monday with riot gear to ensure that another busload makes it to the housing facility.
Officers out there warned people that federal agents will be in Murrieta on Monday—they are going to get the next bus through no matter what. Riot gear and shields will be used to push the crowd back. On Friday, six protesters were arrested in Murrieta. Most are then released onto U. Subsequent reports, outlining plans to fly immigrants to Southern California, proved CBP had indeed planned the relocation all along.
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