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    Default Good locations for settlement

    Originally posted by Founder

    : Hello everyone,

    : I'm hoping someone out there can help me. Me and a few frinds of mine
    : are looking for a nice isolated area to move to, we are wondering if
    : anyone has some good suggestions. It should be close to a water source,
    : and also a good source of wood. If anyone has any information on
    : areas or land of this type please feel free to email me....

    : Thank you

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    Default Re: Good locations for settlement

    Originally posted by tipsy sue

    : : Hello everyone,

    : : I'm hoping someone out there can help me. Me and a few frinds of mine
    : : are looking for a nice isolated area to move to, we are wondering if
    : : anyone has some good suggestions. It should be close to a water source,
    : : and also a good source of wood. If anyone has any information on
    : : areas or land of this type please feel free to email me....

    : : Thank you

    : : Founder



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    Default Re: Good locations for settlement

    Originally posted by tipsy sue

    : : Hello

    : If you are still looking, please post email here and I will contact you.... What area are you looking in???
    : Tipsy sue


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    Default isolated area in texas

    I am looking for any isolated ghost towns or areas that I could take a 3 to 4 day hike and camp over night. any one know of any in Texas that would be a out of the way I could send photos back lol. any help would be great

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    Default Rocksprings

    There is a great area out side of Rock Springs Texas , if you are still looking , hunting and water power and is just Gods type of land . Hiked up there for a week and you would have to look out for Lions and some big snakes . but lots of room there, if and when it rains your locked in for a day or two.

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    Hey Will, are there any ghost towns in that area? Is there open land in that area? I figured it was mostly hunting land.......Speedy

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    Default any ghost towns in that area

    Bronco, Acala,Allamore, Rattlesnake Bomber Base, Rustler springs, Salt Branch there are others too you all so have 3 or 4 around and in the Big Bend National park . Well there is open land , the area that I was thinking your 2-3 hours from any thing that you would call a town . you would have to take a google map of Edwards County to see the lay out . The county was named for Hayden Edwards, settler Edwards . The estimated population in 2004 was 2,013. This was a decrease of -6.89% from the 2000 census, you could go here http://www.epodunk.com/cgi-bin/genIn...locIndex=22644 Last time I was in that area there where lots of for sale land.

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    The State School Land Board was planning to considered six bids today to sell 9,270 acres of the Christmas Mountains near Big Bend National park. A technical error forced the board to reject all six bids and to seek new bids to consider at its November meeting, The highest bid on the first run would have brought only $652,000, for the 9,270 acres, which would do very little for the Permanent School Fund it would go toward. to put this the amount per arc would be .0142 not to bad .

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