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Old 01-22-2016, 10:34 AM   #31
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I am so very grateful that we were able to get 2 acres...the house needs a lot of work, but we have some land!

...I'd love to have 5 or 10 acres...even just one more would be nice...at the same time, I know that I'm lucky to have as much as we do.
Good point dap. I forget sometimes to be grateful for what I have. On the other hand I dream of 1000 acres with a house in the middle where I can't hear mowers, weed whackers, blowers, chain saws, etc.
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Old 01-23-2016, 09:43 PM   #33
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Good point dap. I forget sometimes to be grateful for what I have. On the other hand I dream of 1000 acres with a house in the middle where I can't hear mowers, weed whackers, blowers, chain saws, etc.
Everythingis relative.

I'm sure I'd be happy to have even more than five acres....I guess if I had pristine natural habitat on most of the acreage and just a few to restore, I'd be thrilled with more! I just know that if I have too much to restore, it becomes unrealistic with the methods I'm employing.

I can still dream though.
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