My attempt to make it to my 10 acres in Terlingua Ranch and make a go of living on it. From the start it hasn't gone good at all, but I'm hopeful things will turn around!
Sunday, November 8, 2009
Alida took a back route in to the property, but I couldn't tell where it was supposed to be. We finally went to Tennison (Sp?) Desert Trail and back tracked and found it for the second time. It turns out that there is an old barbed wire fence as my west property's boundary and the land on the other side of it is not Terlingua Ranch. (Belongs to a private individual.) The road is doable by the falcon (While dry), but I'd sure want a lot of green slime in the tires though. According to her it would be in my interest not to have the road graded, but they would do it if I wanted them to. I tend to agree since that would just turn the road to powder, but it could sure use a brush hog. Problem is they don't have one so it would have to be on me to get one. I think my brother in law is planning on bring his diesel New Holland tractor out the 17th so if he still has a brush hog for it that would be good. It does have a frnt end loader so that should do the ground work on the land.