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HI Rick

If you had a feather in your shorts and I had your shop we both would be tickle

NICE shop

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Build a shop first, and maybe build a house if there's any money left? Now that's dedication. 54 acres? That's enough room for a shtf compound, mud bog, dirt bike track, gun range, and who knows whatever else one can dream of.

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Hey Rick, Without divulging too much info,Whats it run to put up something that size in S.C. ?,A ballpark estimate will do.
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"Shop is 40x70 pole building with 14ft ceiling"

Now, thats what i'm talking about.....LOL

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Sheesh all that wide open space is perfect for a wind turbine.

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Hi Deb

Right On,,,hahahahahahahahahaha I would love to send a bill to the power company

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Nice shop, one like that would be nice until I misplaced something!!!! Hard enough to find things in my 425sqft shop!!

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I hope Solar will be part of the future. I don't think there is enough wind for a tower, but I have so many options...

Ballpark costs - 20K for concrete slab (including prep, grading, and retaining wall), 30K for shop building, 10K for tractor shed (no floor)

Been married over 30 years, and this has been part of our dream. Took a while to get here, but we are enjoying it.

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that sawmill will save a lot on 2x4's good job.
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