rachel lyra hospodar
rachelyra at gmail.com
Fri Nov 18 17:17:01 PST 2011
By early I would guess he is saying we should talk more about goals needs
etc. before going shopping.
Distance from city - geographic, driving time. Distance from medical
services. Growing season. Terrain (hilliness, arability, suitability for
proposed uses). Water supply. Availability of services (power, internet,
sewage, roads/maintenance). Poison oak, or no?
There is lots of amazing land in california, and if you are willing to
cling to a mountaintop it's pretty cheap. It might be helpful to narrow
down what it's for and what the parameters are before picking a region.
On Nov 18, 2011 4:17 PM, "Jake" <jake at spaz.org> wrote:
> 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
>> might I suggest looking in Tuolumne county 3 hours east of SF. my family
>> land out in the 'suburb' called 'Jupiter' though 40 minutes down a dirt
>> is not really what you are looking for but I there are other spots near
>> around, including down out by James town going toward wards ferry. look
>> 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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