jake at spaz.org
Fri Nov 18 16:17:00 PST 2011
What do you mean by Early? I don't understand.
I looked for Jupiter, CA on google maps and it didn't come up, it's too
bad because it would be really cool to convince all the other hackerspaces
that we have an outpost on Jupiter.
Whats the environment like out there? I prefer temperatures between 50
and 90 degrees. I guess i will look at google maps and see what color it
is from space.
It's true that 40 minutes down a dirt road is a bit much, although i would
be okay with 20 personally. But it really depends on the other merits of
the land.. lush and green, or tan and rocky make all the difference.
On Fri, 18 Nov 2011, michael o wrote:
> this sounds like a great idea! though it is early for looking for property,
> might I suggest looking in Tuolumne county 3 hours east of SF. my family has
> land out in the 'suburb' called 'Jupiter' though 40 minutes down a dirt road
> is not really what you are looking for but I there are other spots near and
> around, including down out by James town going toward wards ferry. look at
> a map and check it out, it's beautiful out there and the land is cheap.
> On Fri, Nov 18, 2011 at 3:59 PM, Jake <jake at spaz.org> wrote:
> I have been inspired to create NoiseLand, a wiki page which will
> lead to the purchase of a large parcel of land in Northern
> If we have enough resources, someone should create a NoiseLand
> list, to supplement the wiki page. But let the discussion begin
> here and
> Ben wrote:
> > I am curious as to your ideas for sustainable community
> living. See,
> > it's really hard to consume no processed or produced goods and
> > everything yourself when one lives as our society has
> dictated: as
> > consumers. As consumers we are all sealed off in our own
> little boxes
> > (prisons actually or one might say the cave) scrabbling to get
> > latest shiny and fuck everybody else, it's all about me son
> along with
> > the sure belief that no matter what, it surely is someone
> else's fault.
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