We've moved before we have moved. We've traded properties, to be exact. The land we bought in September was three very pretty acres situated on one mountain ridge overlooking a valley with a view of the opposite ridge. It is beautiful, but it was all vertical, so to speak. We could have made use of it, but we're glad that God interviened. We sold the three acres today. We made a little money on the deal and signed the papers on five acres of mostly horizontal land. It's even better. There's a playhouse for the kids. There's a great driveway. Ok, it'll need a little work but we can turn around. The 3 acres had almost nowhere to even turn around. There are actually two drive ways off the main road, one to the below mentioned shed and the other going to the house spot. The second one has a circular turn around in front of the house spot and a straight section that goes down to the backside of the house spot. To the left of the five acres is a mighty, rushing creek. (At least it was today.) To the right of us is 10 acres of horse pasture. Behind us is a guy with at least a hundred fightin' roosters. Noone will care if we have lots of loud parrots. We can even have pigs. Before, we were restricted to no trash piles, no open cesspools and no swine. Here, there are completely no restrictions. Along with having goats, if I ever decide on which breeds, I now want to have pot bellied pigs to raise for meat. The best part is that the people living there before had chickens and left everything except their birds. There's a 20 X 30 shed with four attached individual runs that are 5 X 10. It's open on two sides. One side is solid and the fourth side has the runs. I can wrap this building in plastic with stacked straw bales if needed for insulation. I can then hang the parrot cages in this shed until we move their building. We're still looking for a mobile home to move onto the property.