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Raw Land to Permaculture Homestead in one year?

 
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What happens when you purchase completely raw land to develop and discover two weeks later a little one is on the way???

I Panicked.

Then I...



 
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Nice work Bret.  It's amazing what you can accomplish when you're motivated properly.  A new family and new land will certainly get you up and running to provide the best you can.  Congratulations.  I look forward to seeing how you progress in the year to come.  

 
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Craig Dobbson wrote:Nice work Bret.  It's amazing what you can accomplish when you're motivated properly.  A new family and new land will certainly get you up and running to provide the best you can.  Congratulations.  I look forward to seeing how you progress in the year to come.  



Thanks Craig. That is the truth!
 
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