. Thanks for keeping it up!
I had seen those sites before and others like them, but I find them to be a false reflection of what is out there.
The cost of these sites is enough to put off even the richest of individuals. I get the impression that the sites are maintained for the sole purpose of keeping folk like myself out
of the 'living on the land' dealy. When one reads of the cost of simple sites and of woodlands with tythes on them, you might get the idea that 'one day...just one day I might be able to afford even a cheep woodlands'...if you belive the hype in the text.
Even in our small trip, we discovered a Wales (in this instance) that had many an individual that was selling their lands or homes (and lands) for prices that would make a Londoner blush with possibilities. I am after one of two things. One to go it alone with the wife, my family, on our todds. But the second would be to do that but with a feww other families wishing to do the same. using the same locality as a base to set up things like swap shops etc.
Moving on now...we are still in the process of selling our place. It is slow due to an illness of mine (nothing problematic but a pain in the arse nevertheless) and a lack of enthusiasm that holds us back at the moment. Hmm. will I survive it all?
We will be going over to see the Lammas crew soon, in April, and have a one on one if they are willing. Maybe that will give us a swift kick up my backside and sell the house irrespective of what I feel it looks like.