Can a city boy build his dream homestead on a mountain, by himself and with no mortgage?

Archive for September, 2013

when God closes an escrow, he opens a…

My tiny cabin and all the land under it has been sold. My neighbor snapped it up 2 days after I put it on the market.

I’ve cleared out all my stuff, moved the trailer to an undisclosed location and have taken a job on a new TV show that has me working on the road across America through Thanksgiving.

For what it’s worth, letting go of my little mountain was easy, not at all stressful as I expected.  The time was right, the decision was made months ago so it was really only a matter of paperwork.  My wee cabin is in the capable hands of good people who will enjoy it as it was intended and I couldn’t be happier.

While I’ll be spending a lot of time in Phoenix, I’m still actively looking for another mountain to settle. Tennessee and Georgia loom large in my view as Nashville and Atlanta are cities I could easily embrace.

That darn woodpecker will miss me tho, the new owner shoots a lot of guns.

last looks

… world of possibilities