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#1 Posted : Thursday, June 03, 2010 11:08:31 PM
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We've lived in the Colo Rockies for almost 20 years. Over 8,500' and thus makes it not very sustainable.  Plus, love the community, schools, still employed etc.  Minus, not very sustainable, land too expensive, it's a resort.  Any ideas on how to plan to homestead w/maybe 20K?  Where? what about the 'job'?  Friends and Family ( my older kids) are here and anxiety sets in when I think of uprooting.  Has anyone really just packed up and moved where they didn't know anyone?  It's one thing to do in your 20's and 30's...now in my 40's.  Thanks for any suggestions and opinions.

 

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