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!
That's a good one!I had to do a double take!
There are some people down here that think the mountains will crumble and the ocean will rush in. ;)
Remember when I said that I would like to have a houseboat on my property?
Yeah I think I do remember Bkid. Now's the time to get one. ;)
Tffnguy,(captaincrunch)I ain't posted in awhile, but I have been hangin out on the side. Those pics just made me laugh my ass off.You knocked the ball out of the ball park on that one, Tffnguy.Kinda looks like the Laguna Madre down here in the Texas Gulf Coast. You know there are floating cabins down here. They use big styrofoam blocks or sealed plastic barrels to hold the cabins up. Some of these cabins are quite elaborate with generators, solar, propane, water catchment systems and composting toilets. Thease cabins are tied to anchors and well yes, you have to take a boat out to your cabin. The cabins are used for fishing mostly, some duck hunting and a place to get away from it all.
CC, you can't ever tell. This place may have looked that way a few million years ago since this was part of the Permain sea?I've seen houseboats like you described before. Pretty cool.
I'm bringing my 29 foot outboard out there in April.
SUERTE, Jet skis might be fun.
I guess if I come back out there I should install pontoons on my RV.
Hell Yeah DD, Turn it in yo a river boat.
hahahaha...that is a good one :D
8:25 AM on 12/21/2012 and still no ocean front view.
I woke up to a winter wonderland.
LOL - love it :)
Bkid, keep that crap up there I don't want it!Dani, glad you liked it.
Nice change! Merry Christmas To You!
And the same to you and yours Sandy.
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