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Old 03-01-2009, 04:15 PM
 
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I would kind of like to buy a small plot of land in North Dakota. Somewhere away from everyone, that I can go and relax, and rustically camp. Doesn't need to be that big at all. Just enough to have maybe a small veggie garden, and a small shelter that I could build myself.
What ways do I go about doing this if it is even possible?
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Old 03-02-2009, 05:26 AM
 
Location: North Dakota
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Well there is a lot of space in North Dakota. The first question would be what kind of environment do you prefer? Prairie, hills, scrub land (desert like), or near a lake or stream?
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Old 03-02-2009, 05:33 PM
 
Location: Fargo ND
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Default A plot in ND

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I would kind of like to buy a small plot of land in North Dakota. Somewhere away from everyone, that I can go and relax, and rustically camp. Doesn't need to be that big at all. Just enough to have maybe a small veggie garden, and a small shelter that I could build myself.
What ways do I go about doing this if it is even possible?
There are a million spots in ND where you can get away from people. If you will be living here year round, you will need more than a rustic camp site to survive.
Being alone for the Winter could drive a person crazy.
And do you want to be constantly apart from the usual services? You can be very isolated yet be near enough to get what you need in a near by town.
Just check out any google for rural land or homes in ND.
Good Luck LD
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Old 03-04-2009, 10:16 AM
 
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Well there is a lot of space in North Dakota. The first question would be what kind of environment do you prefer? Prairie, hills, scrub land (desert like), or near a lake or stream?
I would prefer an area that has a good amount of trees.
It wouldn't be something I live at year round. Just somewhere I can go on a small vacation and camp out. Maybe make myself a cabin, or something.

Still needs to be accessible by vehicle though.
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