This land’s a ten,
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I’m just a 4-Leaf Clover” (anon)
This place will inspire more than songs! Yep, those song lyrics could be about the friendly town of Van_H0rn. The entire region is a ten for certain!
Sure, lots of folks are inspired here—it’s beautiful high desert perfection. The sun shines bright, and slanting, though hot summer days—and the bushes, cacti and yucca—cast some crazy shadows in the sand.
Building is easy here: you aren’t restricted in any manner of style, type, or purpose. Better yet, how’s almost 6 acres for $100/down sound? It’s music and there’s no loss for lyrics here.
We’ll wait for you to move onto this property, until you spend time here, that’s when songs will emerge. You can RV for a month at a time with no permit. You might sing of your plans to improve and build. You’ll need septic, power and water, for sure. Take your power from the sun or wind, they’re free, or use a generator. A well is a major water source, but a minor water haul and holding tank works fine, too.
But even before you’re settled, you’ve got to see the region. A good introduction is to hook up with a guide. They know the local terrain and lots more. Heck, they’re happy to sing the rich historical praises of the area.
Once you’re introduced, go out on your own. Kick up some sand and hit the highway. Head to the local G_uada1upe M0untains—one is tall, the second taller—heck, they are both high up!. Hike or mountain bike. It’ll take your breath away (literally), or head on out to E1 Pas0, only a couple hours.
Back home, muscles needing a little kneading,
sit back and grab your harmonica.
Those notes will flow like your outdoor sand gently moves in a wind. You’ve been inspired!