I see it as having improved our last property as we all should do,
Erin Newell wrote: I don't want to sell this place and find that it's all been ripped out a year later. I don't want to spend the next year making it look more conventional, because I don't even know what that IS any more (and what if I sell it to someone that would have ripped it out anyways?!). I suppose I'm looking for stories from people that have done similar things, and had it turn out ok, or sold a place and were somehow able to never look at it again. Argh!! Help me decide what to spend my energy on, in the last year I'll be here? Please?
Jane Sorensen wrote:I didn't ask for an ideological spanking about the selfish perspective of someone who's very proud of the money they've earned. My advice follows the game the big boy developers play to mess with each other's plans, it's hardly a new invention, and we might as well be using the exact same game for good rather than evil. If you're all libertarian conservative about it, you are free to walk away and that is fine for the preservation of good practices and land. To give attitude that I ought not to affront your assumptions is neither a nice or cogent way to dominate a forum, when you've posted 1900 times and I've posted once. Enough said. I generally don't have time for "somebody on the internet is wrong..." I'm here to learn about permaculture without politics please.
Beautiful property on more than 3/4 of an acre. Conveniently located near 4 levels of excellent Waunakee schools. Spacious kitchen w/loads of cabinets & counter space. Modern ranch design w/ open floor plan, vaulted ceiling and gleaming hardwood floors. Fenced yard w/ fruit & shade trees, raised bed vegetable gardens. This home is located on the Waunakee Airport and has a 45' hangar. WaterFurnace geothermal heating and cooling system installed last fall, solar hot water system saving money since 2009.