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Discussion in 'Homesteading Questions' started by ozark, Dec 24, 2004.

Is this plausible/possible

  1. Yes

  2. No

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  1. ozark

    ozark Member

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    I am trying to get some information about places to live.
    I currently live in Arkansas.
    This might just be wishful thinking but I am looking
    for a place I can move myself and my family too, that
    still holds old fashioned values, and I mean OLD fashioned.
    People still use buggies some and farm their own land.
    Still offer help at times on other farms, etc...
    I am a blacksmith by trade, and old fashioned black smith
    coal fire and all. I am looking for an old fashioned community.
    I guess it would have to be isolated but not necessarily.
    I know I am really describing the Amish, but their has to be
    other places like this. I know I could easily get some land way out.
    But we would be alone, farming our own land and the neighbors are
    whizzing by. I have done this too long. Are there any places like this.
    We would be happy living in an Amish community and living like this. We just
    do not believe you have to be that legalistic to be a God honoring Christian.
    Am I wishing in the bucket, are there places like this.
    If their are, please tell me.
    I was born 2hundred years too late. lol
    Please write back
    Thanks,
    Joel :)
     
  2. big rockpile

    big rockpile If I need a Shelter

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    Ozark you might consider our area Lead Mine, Missouri.Its 25 miles North of Buffalo,50 miles from Springfield.Mostly horse and buggy Mennonite.

    You might come up and visit.

    big rockpile
     

  3. ozark

    ozark Member

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    what about price of land?
    Thanks
    Joel
     
  4. big rockpile

    big rockpile If I need a Shelter

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    For the most part $1,000-$2,000 an acre.Seen some lot cheaper,some lot higher.

    big rockpile
     
  5. big rockpile

    big rockpile If I need a Shelter

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    Ozark here is the numbers of couple Realtors

    HARRIS REALTY 417-345-7259

    United Country Mackey Realty 800-388-9755

    Pitts Realty 417-745-6801

    Tell them your intrest.And that you was thinking of Nothern Dallas County.

    big rockpile