paul wheaton wrote:
Kristen Phillips wrote:So if I buy 2 acres, when I die the land goes back to you? Would like there to be a way to pass it down to my kids
The only way to pass it to your kids is if I thought you were cool and they were cool so I gifted it to your kids.
Ben Zumeta wrote:I hope you find what you are looking for. Here in redwood country just outside Crescent City, CA there is a massive permaculture vacuum. Land is cheaper than anywhere in California, and yet we have the highest biomass on Earth just 10 minutes drive and 20min walk away! We are in zone 9a-b depending on microclimate, but with a cool high end (90f). 10mi inland near Gasquet it gets to 100f but the smith river is right there and is the largest undammed watershed in the country so the swimming holes are second to none (20ft cliffs into 15ft of clear water are common). You could find anywhere between 30-120" of rain within 30mi of here (near the HWY 101 and 199 JCT). We have 5,000ft peaks within less than an hour's drive, 7300 in view from the oceanfront, and lots of land for sale by the county (Del Norte) and other random parcels in the hills going up there. I assume you would be far better for the land than most who would buy it, so come on over to Caltucky and do some permaculture with the small but growing community of good people here!