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    eaglesoar70, I thought of including a barber and if we can come up with some sort of agreement, you're more than welcome to come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglesoar70 View Post
    can i be the barber in your town... i would love to be a part of it!
    Eaglesoar70.... whur are you located ? A barber shop is something we need at "White Horse Ranch".

    See the Ranch at :
    www.whitehorseranch.com
    www.drburkholter.com/cf13.html

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26pFhgRlKBQ
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    Well folks, just to give a quick update, since the holidays are over we have gotten back to business on trying to receive funding for the town project. The finished proposal is in and now it's up to the "bean counters" to get all the figures in order. We should have an answer from the current investor that I've been dealing with in three weeks or less. Keep your fingers crossed, this could be it. Thanks for all that have been interested and I'll be sure to keep you in the loop.

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    Why you not just buy 250 acre and no access for Motor powered Vehicle at all,with a Horse Coach to next Town

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    I see this thread got active again. Anupdate to what I've posted before. The "Movie Ranch / Old West Town"that my friend has created does very well, . . . is inhabited off and on (weekends mostly) by myself and other friends of his . . . and is self-supportingby the use of it for filming western movies. This past spring I purchased 5acres about 3/4 mile from the ranch with an abandoned vacation cabin on it. Theframe of the old cabin is usable and I'll be rebuilding it into my home withthe look of an old west ranch house. Other buildings will follow. They will be historicallyaccurate to the 1880s - 90s . . . and will be utilized as occasional residencesfor my daughter/ grandchildren and friends. The property in between the"movie town" and mine is vacant desert as is most of the property inthe area being BLM land. Thus there is lots of open space not a bunch of housesclose by. My moving up to the Movie Ranch and getting involved there has workedout very well for me and is allowing me to live an "old west"lifestyle.
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