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Old Yesterday, 03:38 PM
 
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Carson - what you got against a hot tub? Winters are pretty cold there
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Old Yesterday, 03:40 PM
 
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Carson - what you got against a hot tub? Winters are pretty cold there
Nothing ha! I do like the idea of a wooden one heated with fire - experienced a few of those in Japan and they were very nice!

Now, allow us to grow our greens and collect our eggs in peace!
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Old Yesterday, 04:02 PM
 
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Most people have to make a living and the San Luis Valley's primary industries are agriculture and ranching. Some of the best potatoes you'll ever have in your life are grown near Center. Barley grown here goes many places, including Coors Brewing. The first non-indigenous people to settle in Colorado lived in the San Luis Valley and were primarily sheepherders and farmers that came up from what is now Northern New Mexico.

Homesteading, agriculture, and ranching in the SLV are ways of life that date back centuries.
They sure are!!!! There used to be a grill in Hooper that served up the best fresh, handcut French Fries I ever had. I don’t know if they’re still doing it.

The SLV purple potatoes are a special treat to cook at home.
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Old Today, 08:32 AM
 
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Couldn't get the map working, got some error messages. The plot is the second to East from the junction of 17th street and Oak Ave.

We'll get some nice oldschool 4WD to begin with and we'll go from there.


There are a few houses very close on the satellite maps so it's definitely not the end of the world and there's one neighbour next door so the road should be fine, we'll be visiting early summer I guess.
That's is the lot I almost got but I was already in negotiations with Wolfgang, Jane and Karen for the lots on 13th and 14th.


Good luck with your build.
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