It’s hard to believe that we’ve been at Sahalee full-time for just 90 days. It seems so natural, like we’ve been here our whole lives. Our 16 years in Florida now seem very much like a sweet tropical dream- Just a little blip on our personal time travel continuum.
Welcome to Monsoon Season!! After weeks of hype, we are finally being treated to the downpours of ancient lore.
My first car!! Needed a truck for my Grrrls… Thank you to the Gunnison Community Bank for floating me the loan! 😉
Without visiting in person before making an offer, we discovered the listing for this little gem on the back road to ABQ from Chama.
Criteria met: ≤$1000/acre, Borders National Forest, No HOA or Deed Restrictions. Well, let’s call the realtor and talk about it. Really? That’s all you want for it? Well, winter is coming and we won’t be able to make it out to visit the property so let’s hold off. Maybe not, maybe we can mitigate our risk by giving a lower offer. If he really is ready to sell now he will understand that we aren’t going to pay the full asking price without seeing it. Success!! Property purchased, hopefully this doesn’t backfire on us in a bad bad way.
Wow, just wow our expectations are exceeded. Several miles up an unmaintained road, bordered on one side by national forest and the property on the other three sides are owned by someone that just comes up for a few days each summer, and he was really a nice guy. I think this will work, let’s start planning to get the hell out of Florida!!