those are fancy! i lived in a single, unmodified shipping container on my employers ranch this winter while working thru the fall season. a little cold because of the metal, needs a heater. otherwise not bad.
Sweet DL1943 yeah thats what I was kind of thinging. Making an "indoor" campground. You can get small wood burners for $200-$500. After that everthing else is a luxury (for me)
I am really looking into this as a viable idea for living. ***anyone have land near a trout or salmon stream?
I'll tell ya, after camping at Beaverwood Farm at the Bethel show this summer, I really think I want to retire in that region (the Catskills - NY). There is a "secret" gorge that's great for swimming and fishing nearby. And it's right on Swan Lake - a large lake -- with lots of fish and a beaver that was hanging out in the lake near me for quite a while. Plus loads of quiet woods which I find extremely relaxing.
You can probably buy land and a place to stay really cheap up there. Loads of foreclosures, the area is hurting economically.