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Title: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: PassionatePantherrr on August 15, 2006, 01:19:23 pm
We can discuss some possibilites on this, but I'd like to make a few notes.

1) If you're looking to share the space with a couple of others, as an occaisional crashspace and/or mailing address, we're open to that idea.

2) If you won't be there every day, we will need to shut off the water in October, before the first freeze, to keep the pipes from splitting during the winter (it would be safe to turn it back on in April). You could still use the space all winter for as a space for solitude / heading to the family ski resort (Ragged Mountain), or going snowmobiling nearby (The woodstove and propane heater get the place nice and toasty!). You'd simply need to bring in your own water for indoor flushing / drinking / cooking purposes.

3) The mortgage + base utilities (the way we've spent weekends only there) run us about $500 a month. We'd hope to negotiate something close to this number to help us make ends meet.

4) Yes, it's on a dirt road. If you have front wheel or 4wd, you should be fine (I have a Saturn, and never had a problem, but having cable-chains just in case would be a good idea). There's a farmer down the road who comes by when it snows, and plows out the driveway for under $20/snowfall. Shoveling off the roof will need to be worked out.

5) No, I wouldn't mind if you have a pet, but you'll need to keep the space free of pet odor, so that if we resume use of the space in the future, I can do so (I'm allergic to furry critters in general).


Now that all that's been said, is there someone looking for a space such as my cabin to rent / split?
Drop me a note, and we'll see whether we can work something out.

-Denise

Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: the almighty on August 15, 2006, 06:00:08 pm
We can discuss some possibilites on this, but I'd like to make a few notes.

1) If you're looking to share the space with a couple of others, as an occaisional crashspace and/or mailing address, we're open to that idea.

2) If you won't be there every day, we will need to shut off the water in October, before the first freeze, to keep the pipes from splitting during the winter (it would be safe to turn it back on in April). You could still use the space all winter for as a space for solitude / heading to the family ski resort (Ragged Mountain), or going snowmobiling nearby (The woodstove and propane heater get the place nice and toasty!). You'd simply need to bring in your own water for indoor flushing / drinking / cooking purposes.

3) The mortgage + base utilities (the way we've spent weekends only there) run us about $500 a month. We'd hope to negotiate something close to this number to help us make ends meet.

4) Yes, it's on a dirt road. If you have front wheel or 4wd, you should be fine (I have a Saturn, and never had a problem, but having cable-chains just in case would be a good idea). There's a farmer down the road who comes by when it snows, and plows out the driveway for under $20/snowfall. Shoveling off the roof will need to be worked out.

5) No, I wouldn't mind if you have a pet, but you'll need to keep the space free of pet odor, so that if we resume use of the space in the future, I can do so (I'm allergic to furry critters in general).


Now that all that's been said, is there someone looking for a space such as my cabin to rent / split?
Drop me a note, and we'll see whether we can work something out.

-Denise



ive no wheels.  how close is it to the nearest town & do they have organic food there
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: PassionatePantherrr on August 17, 2006, 11:10:48 am

ive no wheels.  how close is it to the nearest town & do they have organic food there

It's probably not the right place for you, unfortunately, as it's about 4 miles to the center of town.
The center of town is small, a couple of convenience store/gas station type places, a diner, and the Inn at Danbury. I don't know offhand which farmers in town might sell organic produce locally, but there's no retail outlet/store in Danbury for their goods.
There's a ski-season shuttle that runs from the centers of area towns up to Ragged Mountain; that might get you to other towns where you could get more of what you were looking for, but I've never tried to use the shuttle, and am not sure how they would react to it being used as a public shuttle in the winter.
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: the almighty on August 18, 2006, 11:24:28 am

ive no wheels.  how close is it to the nearest town & do they have organic food there

It's probably not the right place for you, unfortunately, as it's about 4 miles to the center of town.
The center of town is small, a couple of convenience store/gas station type places, a diner, and the Inn at Danbury. I don't know offhand which farmers in town might sell organic produce locally, but there's no retail outlet/store in Danbury for their goods.
There's a ski-season shuttle that runs from the centers of area towns up to Ragged Mountain; that might get you to other towns where you could get more of what you were looking for, but I've never tried to use the shuttle, and am not sure how they would react to it being used as a public shuttle in the winter.

i agree.  too many problems.  thanks
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: Tony Stelik on August 22, 2006, 10:17:52 am
Is your cabin still available?
Email me tonystelik@aol.com
Tony
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: MaineShark on September 03, 2006, 11:22:02 am
Sorry for the delay; we've been busy with getting everything unpacked from our recent move.

The cabin is still available, and I've let Denise know to drop you an email.

Thanks,
Joe
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: dave walthour on September 03, 2006, 03:08:25 pm
I live about 5 minutes from the town of Danbury.  It is not as remote as one would think!  The center of "town" (I use this term loosely) is also about 10 minutes from Bristol, where there is a ShurFine grocery store, a liquor store, and most importantly, a Chinese restaurant.  :D Danbury is also not too far from Tilton, NH which has a Shaws Supermarket.  They have organic sections in all departments from meats to produce.  However, the best source of organic food (aside from local farm stands which can be hit or miss) is in Lebanon, which is about 50 minutes away, or Concord, about the same distance.
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: MaineShark on September 13, 2006, 03:49:12 pm
Bringing this back up...

Some more details were discussed in this thread (http://forum.freestateproject.org/index.php?topic=12488.0)

Joe
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: PassionatePantherrr on February 14, 2007, 10:42:40 am
The cabin is still available, probably best suited to use as a hunting cabin... Let me know if you're interested.

We can discuss some possibilites on this, but I'd like to make a few notes.

1) If you're looking to share the space with a couple of others, as an occaisional crashspace and/or mailing address, we're open to that idea.

2) If you won't be there every day, we will need to shut off the water in October, before the first freeze, to keep the pipes from splitting during the winter (it would be safe to turn it back on in April). You could still use the space all winter for as a space for solitude / heading to the family ski resort (Ragged Mountain), or going snowmobiling nearby (The woodstove and propane heater get the place nice and toasty!). You'd simply need to bring in your own water for indoor flushing / drinking / cooking purposes.

3) The mortgage + base utilities (the way we've spent weekends only there) run us about $500 a month. We'd hope to negotiate something close to this number to help us make ends meet.

4) Yes, it's on a dirt road. If you have front wheel or 4wd, you should be fine (I have a Saturn, and never had a problem, but having cable-chains just in case would be a good idea). There's a farmer down the road who comes by when it snows, and plows out the driveway for under $20/snowfall. Shoveling off the roof will need to be worked out.

5) No, I wouldn't mind if you have a pet, but you'll need to keep the space free of pet odor, so that if we resume use of the space in the future, I can do so (I'm allergic to furry critters in general).


Now that all that's been said, is there someone looking for a space such as my cabin to rent / split?
Drop me a note, and we'll see whether we can work something out.

-Denise


Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: MaineShark on February 24, 2009, 03:39:03 pm
Just an update:

The cabin was rented for most of the fall/winter, but the tenant has taken a job that was too far to commute, so the cabin is again available.

If anyone is interested, the rent is $500/mo, and it's a great place for someone who is moving here and just wants an inexpensive place to stay, while scoping out the general Grafton area (and beyond) prior to settling on an actual destination.

We will also consider reasonable purchase offers, FYI, but we're not actively seeking to sell it.

Joe
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: pvincent87 on March 20, 2009, 09:10:07 pm
Hey there,

I have a few questions about your cabin

How close is the cabin to Manchester?
Will it be available in the fourth quarter of 2008?

erm...that's all I could think of
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: MaineShark on March 21, 2009, 08:55:08 pm
I have a few questions about your cabin

How close is the cabin to Manchester?
Will it be available in the fourth quarter of 2008?

Probably about an hour and a quarter to Manchester, depending upon where in the city you are going to, and how fast you drive.

I'm assuming you meant "fourth quarter of 2009."  I can't really give you an answer, since I don't know if someone will rent (or even buy) it before then.  Of course, someone might rent it through the fall, and it might be available for the next winter - just can't say, this far in advance.

Joe
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: PassionatePantherrr on June 25, 2009, 12:15:59 am
The cabin is currently available, if anyone comes up for Porcfest and wants to stay awhile! :-)

-Denise
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: LiftsBoxes on June 25, 2009, 05:14:12 am
Denise - Let's talk about this cabin.  Please email me.
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: PassionatePantherrr on August 07, 2009, 11:36:46 am
For sale or rent, sooner the better.
See the Craigslist ad for a few pictures and details.

http://nh.craigslist.org/reo/1310766089.html

Ask me if you have more questions , thanks...
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: newmember on August 30, 2009, 03:57:34 pm
Passionate Pantherrr,
I saw your ad and was wondering if there are any jobs close by that someone in my condition might be able to do. and how far the closest town is for food etc.
Please read the below pasted info that I sent to another FSP member and get back to me.

                                           Thanks,

                                              John Williamson

As I told you before I am working on a project of a proposed new legal Bright Line regarding criminal prosecution.
I have been unable for years now to land a permanent full time job despite the fact that I have a 4 year degree in Marketing and several years of management and sales experience.
Thus I have been living out of a cargo van since February 1995.
 
To make matters really bad, I was run over by an uninsured motorist on Jan 27th 2009 when I tried to scrap ice off my windshield at a stop light.
 
The idiot who hit me, gave police fake insurance papers, was so dense he hit my parked van on a well lit major service road at 40 miles an hour, without ever hitting his break.
 
I had my right femur broken out of its socket, and my pelvis broken in several places, my right ankle was broken, and my right shoulder was severely separated, and other misc. cuts, and skin nerve damage as well.
 
Consequently I have only been weight bearing on both of my legs since just May 15th 2009.
Because of this and the worst economy since 1929, it has become impossible to find work.
Is there any way to single out an an FSPer that might be able to help in terms of my book/screenplay project by providing a place to stay?
 
Apparently the Americans with disabilities Act is pretty much worthless as I have had a food demo company tell me they don't have to make a reasonable accommodation to allow me to sit in a chair and Best Buy refuses to allow me to work less hours even though my ability to stand beyond 2 hours right now is null.
 
I need a place to write where I can layout all my legal materials.
All I need is a chair, a desk some tables, an electrical outlet for a laptop computer, and table light, and AC and heat, with access to a restroom.
 
This is my life's most cherished project that I would like to do before I die, and I am not eligible for Social Security until 62, which is 6 years from now.
 
I believe that surely there is an elderly person, or persons, who have a large house with their kids all grown up that could spare a empty room for 24 months.
 
I am willing to do whatever kind of work in repayment that I can but in my condition, I am simply not able to do a lot of physical work.
 
I cant even get a job as a call center worker because believe it or not even though the job is very simple they DEMAND that you have 2 years experience of recent verifiable experience to be hired.
 
Everywhere i turn I have found a totally closed door to employment.
 
I had already been out of work for 12 months when I got run over, being unjustly let go off of a PT customer electronics sales position.
 
Also all of my most valuable property has already been sold, and I have been living off of charity from several people I met while I was at an assisted living center the hospital sent me to in order to kick me out of the expensive hospital room I was taking up, since I was totally unable to even feed or dress myself when I left the hospital.
I have also been getting food from a local food bank in order to keep eating.
 
Is there even a way to announce to the larger FSP community that a person is seeking the help of individual members?
 
My idea is to write the legal project as a screen play first, then as a novel.
 
When I am finished part of what I plan to do is use Martin-dale Hubbell directory to Id criminal law attorneys nationwide and send them an e-mail telling them what the script entails, and asking them to click a link to go to a website where I will have set
the script up.
 
Please give me your feedback.
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: TEBON on August 30, 2009, 04:20:32 pm
I'm curious if you are interested in any renting on a short term basis. . .even a few days?

I've been trying to find a place to spend a weekend up north.  Any possibilities that you would rent for a weekend? 
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: Russell Kanning on August 31, 2009, 06:56:57 am
i think this cabin is now filled with a porcupine family of 4
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: Jeff LaGrange on August 31, 2009, 07:51:52 am
i think this cabin is now filled with a porcupine family of 4

Oh my god, That is soooo cute.
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: Pat McCotter on August 31, 2009, 09:12:52 am
i think this cabin is now filled with a porcupine family of 4

Oh my god, That is soooo cute.

 ??? ??? ???
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: Jeff LaGrange on August 31, 2009, 09:14:22 am
i think this cabin is now filled with a porcupine family of 4

Oh my god, That is soooo cute.

 ??? ??? ???

Dude, a Family of Porcupines.  Like "Real" Porcupines. Geez.
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: Pat McCotter on August 31, 2009, 09:15:51 am
i think this cabin is now filled with a porcupine family of 4

Oh my god, That is soooo cute.

 ??? ??? ???

Dudu, a Family of Porcupines.  Like "Real" Porcupines. Geez.

We need pictures!
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: Jeff LaGrange on August 31, 2009, 09:20:44 am
i think this cabin is now filled with a porcupine family of 4

Oh my god, That is soooo cute.

 ??? ??? ???

Dudu, a Family of Porcupines.  Like "Real" Porcupines. Geez.

We need pictures!

Oh, Boy ... There is not really a family of Porcupines, I was just saying  how cute  "as if" they were a real family of porcupines not a "Porc" family as I'm sure they really are.  As I'm not an actual party to this cabin so I don't know for sure.  I give up.
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: Battlecry on August 31, 2009, 10:07:11 am
pkk,

I got it on the first try.

Sarcasm, the internet, and libertarians....not a well conceived concoction.
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: Jeff LaGrange on August 31, 2009, 01:11:59 pm
pkk,

I got it on the first try.

Sarcasm, the internet, and libertarians....not a well conceived concoction.

LOL, Cool.   I never talked to you before so you were not a "Known Quantity" to me.  I am so relieved.
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: lloydbob1 on August 31, 2009, 07:21:41 pm
A whole bunch of people from surrounding towns materialized out of thin air to pull the piano out of the mud and help these folks move in!
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: Jerry on August 31, 2009, 11:22:31 pm

We need pictures!

Here's the group at the bonfire at the Porcupine Recreation Area in Grafton after the move.  See Ridley for video of the move itself.
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: Jeff LaGrange on September 01, 2009, 02:16:24 pm

We need pictures!

Here's the group at the bonfire at the Porcupine Recreation Area in Grafton after the move.  See Ridley for video of the move itself.



OMG, they really are cute. Foraging around the fire looking for scraps and who knew they were nocturnal ?
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent/purchase my cabin...
Post by: PassionatePantherrr on October 30, 2009, 10:38:23 am
Updated info:

http://nh.craigslist.org/reo/1444188232.html

Ask me or Joe if you have any questions, sooner the better.

-Denise
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Camp on 3.4 Acres, adjacent to 80 conservation acres, for sale or rent.


The basics are as follows:


It is on a town maintained dirt road, shares a right-of-way/driveway with the neighbor, and I was able to get in and out of there with my Saturn in the wintertime. It is set back from the road, and the trees near the road block the view of passers-by. Danbury is  small, but has Ragged Mountain Ski Resort, the Inn at Danbury for great german food, and there's a boat launch for Waukeena Lake a mile from the cabin. It sits on a 3.4 acre lot, adjacent to 80 acres of conservation land (as it doesn't have road access, no one can build on it). It's about 1 mile from Grafton on back roads, and is easy to commute to New London or Andover from there on the back roads as well.


It's small (I can dig up the exact dimensions for you, but something like 30x40), has a bedroom (1 bdr), a bathroom (toilet/shower/hot water on a 2bdr septic with it's own well) and a great room with kitchen area/sink, electric, phone, and the internet access would be best via Verizon Wireless. The stovetop is propane, and it has both a woodstove and a propane heater. It could use some work, and we would reimburse any pre-authorized repairs if we were renting it. We have no problem with pets being there, and it can be furnished or unfurnished. To rent, it would be approx $500/ mo, to purchase we would ask $65k. The rental price can be negotiable if a year lease is signed. It will be available at the end of November, so please contact us with any reasonable offers asap. Thanks!
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: PassionatePantherrr on October 31, 2009, 07:05:33 am
TEBON-

If we can't find a full-time renter for the beginning of December, or if the folks there now finish their move to their new place before the end of November, there might be a possibility of a few days in late Nov, or during Dec. Let me know if you're watching this thread, and still interested.

-Denise

I'm curious if you are interested in any renting on a short term basis. . .even a few days?
I've been trying to find a place to spend a weekend up north.  Any possibilities that you would rent for a weekend? 
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: PassionatePantherrr on October 31, 2009, 07:08:20 am
Lloyd-

She and the kids will be moving to Dunbarton (closer to Concord), on/around Nov 15th, and he'll be (temporarily) taking a job back home, until he can find something here in NH... So they'll still be here, and I'm guessing they'll need moving help again on the weekend of the 15th.

-Denise

A whole bunch of people from surrounding towns materialized out of thin air to pull the piano out of the mud and help these folks move in!
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: PassionatePantherrr on December 11, 2009, 12:51:55 pm
The cabin is currently available, please let us know asap if you'd like to take a look at it... for rent/purchase. Thanks!
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: kyfornow on January 08, 2010, 11:06:15 pm
TEBON-

If we can't find a full-time renter for the beginning of December, or if the folks there now finish their move to their new place before the end of November, there might be a possibility of a few days in late Nov, or during Dec. Let me know if you're watching this thread, and still interested.

-Denise

I'm curious if you are interested in any renting on a short term basis. . .even a few days?
I've been trying to find a place to spend a weekend up north.  Any possibilities that you would rent for a weekend? 


Your cabin would have fit EXACTLY what I was looking for if it were closer to Keene, i mean like perfect, couldn't ask for anything more ideal, except it's so far away from Keene
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: MaineShark on January 08, 2010, 11:35:49 pm
An 1:30 to 1:45, depending upon how you drive.

It might not be overly close to Keene, but it's very close to Grafton...

Joe
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: kyfornow on January 08, 2010, 11:52:47 pm
An 1:30 to 1:45, depending upon how you drive.

It might not be overly close to Keene, but it's very close to Grafton...

Joe

well see im planning on going into business for myself, doing cleaning, yardwork, snow shoveling etc, would be afraid there won't be enough of that in the grafton area or id jump in a second!
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: maxxoccupancy on January 09, 2010, 12:25:51 am
KY, have you been up to New Hampshire, yet?  If not, it might be a really good idea to tour the state first.  Most movers I've met only find the town they love after they've lived here for a while.  Personally, I love the seacoast (and Seabrook, in particular, because the people are so nice--and so hostile to gov't).  Even without the fsp (and FSP), it's one of the best places in the country to live in.  I wouldn't commit to any particular area until you are absolutely certain that that is the town you want to live in.

I also would strongly recommend staying in a porcmanor first.  So many people who've moved here end up regretting the leases that they've signed, some of which have rules against open carry and what not.  If you sign a bad lease, you can be screwed financially, and you could be left with a long commute for the duration of the lease.

Best laid plans, and so forth.
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: kyfornow on January 09, 2010, 05:40:10 am
KY, have you been up to New Hampshire, yet?  If not, it might be a really good idea to tour the state first.  Most movers I've met only find the town they love after they've lived here for a while.  Personally, I love the seacoast (and Seabrook, in particular, because the people are so nice--and so hostile to gov't).  Even without the fsp (and FSP), it's one of the best places in the country to live in.  I wouldn't commit to any particular area until you are absolutely certain that that is the town you want to live in.

I also would strongly recommend staying in a porcmanor first.  So many people who've moved here end up regretting the leases that they've signed, some of which have rules against open carry and what not.  If you sign a bad lease, you can be screwed financially, and you could be left with a long commute for the duration of the lease.

Best laid plans, and so forth.

Yes I actually spent 5 days there starting with christmas.  I actually wanted to drive to see grafton area, but I didn't. 
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: MaineShark on January 09, 2010, 07:27:03 am
An 1:30 to 1:45, depending upon how you drive.

It might not be overly close to Keene, but it's very close to Grafton...
well see im planning on going into business for myself, doing cleaning, yardwork, snow shoveling etc, would be afraid there won't be enough of that in the grafton area or id jump in a second!

You might want to post on The Underground (http://nhunderground.com/forum/index.php) and The TeaParty (https://www.nhteaparty.org/index.php) (we had the name before the protest groups sprouted up).  There are a number of Graftonites on each, and they could probably give you an idea of the market in that area.

As far as Max's trolling, we've rented the cabin to two Freestaters, and it's been a smile and a handshake with each.  Yeah, we should probably use a lease of some sort, but we simply haven't found it necessary.

Carry (openly or concealed) is encouraged.

There's also the purchase option, and there's a strong likelihood that you would be able to re-sell the property in a year or two (when the market is a bit better), if you decided you didn't want to keep it, so if you were looking at purchasing, you's still likely be able to go somewhere else, if you wanted.  Or just rent it out; we can't make any money renting it, due to the mortgage rate we have, but current rates are low enough that it would be easy to make a few bucks a month by renting it.

Joe
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: kyfornow on January 09, 2010, 08:46:15 pm
An 1:30 to 1:45, depending upon how you drive.

It might not be overly close to Keene, but it's very close to Grafton...
well see im planning on going into business for myself, doing cleaning, yardwork, snow shoveling etc, would be afraid there won't be enough of that in the grafton area or id jump in a second!

You might want to post on The Underground (http://nhunderground.com/forum/index.php) and The TeaParty (https://www.nhteaparty.org/index.php) (we had the name before the protest groups sprouted up).  There are a number of Graftonites on each, and they could probably give you an idea of the market in that area.

As far as Max's trolling, we've rented the cabin to two Freestaters, and it's been a smile and a handshake with each.  Yeah, we should probably use a lease of some sort, but we simply haven't found it necessary.

Carry (openly or concealed) is encouraged.

There's also the purchase option, and there's a strong likelihood that you would be able to re-sell the property in a year or two (when the market is a bit better), if you decided you didn't want to keep it, so if you were looking at purchasing, you's still likely be able to go somewhere else, if you wanted.  Or just rent it out; we can't make any money renting it, due to the mortgage rate we have, but current rates are low enough that it would be easy to make a few bucks a month by renting it.

Joe

1) when trying to convince my dad to move to NH, i constantly refer to the fact that "dad, these people like me REALLY like guns." 

2) As for buying, which I would actually prefer to do because I hate renting anything, would be difficult.  I have very high credit, but coming to NH without a "real" job might not appeal to the banks.  Actually I am suppose to have an interview at a job in Plymouth which I mapped at about 25 miles from there, but it's a very very statist job.  :(

one of the big reasons I just want to start working for myself is to stay out of the state system, (the SSN, ID, all that crap)

Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: MaineShark on January 09, 2010, 09:51:43 pm
1) when trying to convince my dad to move to NH, i constantly refer to the fact that "dad, these people like me REALLY like guns."

Yeah, to put it mildly.  "Most heavily-armed place on the planet" would be another way to put it...

2) As for buying, which I would actually prefer to do because I hate renting anything, would be difficult.  I have very high credit, but coming to NH without a "real" job might not appeal to the banks.  Actually I am suppose to have an interview at a job in Plymouth which I mapped at about 25 miles from there, but it's a very very statist job.  :(

If you can make a larger downpayment, banks may be willing to finance it as an investment/vacation property, based upon your current situation and income.  I believe that typically requires 20-25% down, though.

A mortgage broker might have other notions, as well.

Joe
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: kyfornow on January 11, 2010, 12:09:01 pm


 My dad said to tell people in the Grafton area or in NH in general, that he just acquired 2 Winchester model 37, red letter shotguns.  He said if people were gun savvy they would understand the nature of his purchase.

Personally i don't have the slightest clue!?! :P
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: MaineShark on January 11, 2010, 01:22:23 pm
Personally, my only interest in shotguns is defensive.  So I'd be more interested in a heavily-upgraded Saiga 12ga, or something similarly ugly-but-functional.

But there are a number of folks around who do the hunting/skeet/collectible thing.  The Model 37 was used during WWII, if I recall...

Joe
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: LiftsBoxes on April 20, 2010, 04:10:43 pm
Those are very nice shotguns.

What is the current status of the cabin?
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: MaineShark on April 20, 2010, 05:04:05 pm
The cabin is currently available.  The individual who had rented it had some work stuff come up that caused him to temporarily return.

If someone does decide to rent it soon, he will actually get some of his rent back (since he pre-paid for several months, and we can't ethically double-rent it).

Joe
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: LiftsBoxes on April 20, 2010, 05:07:18 pm
I might like to take a look at it.  Can you send me location info?

Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: MaineShark on April 20, 2010, 06:16:12 pm
PM sent.

Joe
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: LiftsBoxes on April 21, 2010, 03:21:42 pm
thank you ... I'll try to get up there soon to check it out
Title: Re: If someone might want to rent my cabin...
Post by: MaineShark on September 14, 2010, 03:57:39 pm
Been rented for a while, but the renter is moving out.

Back on the market, for rent or purchase.

There is now broadband Internet just down the street, and Fairpoint says it will be to the cabin's address, soon, so that's a major hurdle out of the way for a lot of folks.

Joe