Key word AFFORDABLE! West coast of WA, OR and Cali are NOT and that is one of the chief for the affordability housing crisis. Enjoy.That’s the idea. Great recreational area and affordable. There are other lots available and they come up for sale pretty regularly so perhaps others might bag some property. My buddy Travis got a bare one acre lot. He’s down the same road as me about 700’. Really looking forward to the building part of the thread.
It will be a nice base camp. My buddy James and I have been wanting to do a winter trip around Crater Lake, perhaps you could join us. I have AT skis and skins and he was planning with snowshoes.
WOW is that Mount hood? I remember seeing it with ALOT more snow in the 1980s!Trip from CL property to the Deschutes River, heart of Central Oregon.
Crooked River Gorge
Driving down the Deschutes River to Mecca Flats BLM campground.
Temps were hot in the 90s. Perfect time to play and fish at the river.
The water is nice and cold 50s and supports one of Oregon’s best Trout habitats. Insect hatched provide amble food for them to grow and provide an outrageous amount of fish.
Native Deschutes River Redside
Drive to Timberline Lodge on Mt. Hood
Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail which is on the bucket list.
Quick last shot before heading home.
The hardest part of building remote is material management. Getting the right materials picked, loaded, to the site, and unloaded is the most time consuming part.
Doesn't building always take longer than expected in a remote location. I know I underestimated the time it would take.