A glimpse of our temporary home:
Our apartment complex may be leveled sometime soon and we’ll have to move out within 30 days’ notice, at worst. We don’t know when this is happening, so I thought I’d preserve our beautiful sanctuary forever. Here’s a video of our apartment the way it is now, to always remember how good a life we lived here.
Do you know of a place we could call home?
This is the description we have so far of the land we hope to live on and protect for native wildlife:
Property located in Washington or Madison County, Arkansas, in unincorporated rural areas on undeveloped land 3-10 acres in size bordering or close proximity to a national or state park, or protected conservation area or within a Northwest Arkansas green migration corridor. We don’t need an existing home, electric or water hookup. We prefer no easements on the property that may allow for roads and damage to the habitat. A spring or stream would be nice, with woods and hills, benched or mountainous terrain. Ideally, property on the south side of a hill to build a small house approximately 600 sq ft. We can’t spend more than $1,000/acre and intend to pay outright in cash.
In memory of our apartment home –
“In Daylights – In Sunsets
In Midnights – In Cups Of Coffee
In Inches – In Miles
In Laughter – In Strife
In – Five Hundred Twenty-Five Thousand
Six Hundred Minutes
How Do You Measure
A Year In The Life?” ~ Seasons of Love, RENT
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