Cal Skins wrote:That is truly beautiful and workable land. If it were only in Canada, I would find a way to make it happen.
Thanks. I'll likely shed a tear when it's a done deal. The gears of life have shifted though...and I'm traveling a road, without a map, to an unknown destination. Once that place presents itself though, I'll be glad to have the cash from that property.
*two perennial creeks with pristine riparian zones containing willow, cottonwood, alder, hawthorn, syringa, currant, red osier, emerging ponderosa pine, various grasses & wildflowers & many more plant species
*wildlife including fox, deer, elk, beaver, otter, trout, crawfish & various bird species
*grid power on site
*some solar, wind & microhydro power potential
*building pad overlooking the two creeks with views up each valley
*excellent buffer zones with the creeks on two sides & BLM land on the other two sides
*conveniently located at only 3 miles from Horseshoe Bend & Highway 55
*access from highway 55 via maintained county road
*between Payette River and Boise National Forest (3 miles from each) with endless winter & summer recreational opportunities including worldclass whitewater
*~5 fruittrees *historical significance