End of the Season

Hi Friends! How are you doing? Hope this post finds you well. Not sure where we left of last but I think it was the superbloom. Oh yeah the whole porta potty situation. Well that kind of got resolved, Mike handled it in his own way and got a response. Read more…

Case for the annoying cacti

We are far from getting the land as cleared as we would like. When I say clear I mean remove all the trash that was left there for a long time. The property being kind of secluded has been victim to various squatters and people just passing through. There is Read more…

Caves are so underrated

So where are all the underground dwellings at?  I mean why aren’t there more of them in the warm dry climates?  Especially the fire prone areas.  We have been going back and forth about lodging/camping ideas for the orchard.  We almost settled on cabins but when you stand on the Read more…

Pinning Down the Climate

Hello there, Along with uncovering the two and four legged visitors, we need to be knowledgeable of the land.  From the soil to the climate.  The climate has been a bit difficult to nail down because the area doesn’t have its know weather station.  Most of the historically data is Read more…

Start on the Burnt Side

Starting project requires situational awareness of current, short term, and long tern circumstance.  In perfect situation we would have the resources to acquire decent aged trees of immediately start providing windbreaks, air filter, and awe inspiring beautification to the property.  Unfortunately we are not that lucky.  At our current funding Read more…

First Visitors

This unique and secluded property is located in Ranchita, California.  Right beside the Anza-Borrego State Park.  Driving towards the area, it is very much a desert but the property itself is rather green with various shrubs in comparison to its surroundings.  Observing this we figured we’d have stubborn pests.  Our Read more…