Cabin for rent in Christmas valley

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  1. Workerbee33

    Workerbee33
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    I am contemplating building a cabin in Christmas Valley on my 10 acres. I am tired of taking my trailer over or staying at the local motels. If I did do this would you be interested in renting the cabin for the night, weekend or week? It would be affordable with accommodations like at home with a rustic feel and have the option to sage rat. coyote, deer and elk hunt from the front porch.
    Let me know if you would be interested.
     
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    I would be. Probably once a year but interested.
     
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  3. filsonhand

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    Will you be able to shoot on property ?
     
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  4. Workerbee33

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    Of course, I would try to work out a deal with the farmer that has 3 turns and would be able to use the 300 yard range
     
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  5. filsonhand

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    Now were talkin, sounds like a good yearly retreat :)
    I'd be down for that :s0155:
     
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    And blm property is 500 yards away, can drive all the to summer lake. Couple bulls spotted from the property this afternoon

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    Ya... I'd be down for a week in a cabin, with that view
     
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  8. Don H

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    I'd be interested too.
     
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    I'm thinking I would make the property and cabin cater to the sportsmen, horseshoe pit, fire pit, 300 yard gun range, maybe a spot to shoot some skeet and dial the inside up to cater to women if they come and have some amenities like home. The cabin is off the grid so it would be solar that charges batteries and have generator backup, propane to cook and wood stove heat. It will have hot running water and septic. It will have places to park trailers or atv's and would encourage people to bring and use them. I want it to be a place that family and friends can enjoy and make memories for years to come.
     
  10. Kruejl

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    I'd be interested as well. Look into an inverter 120v power from the batteries. I could help out with the specifics if need be. But regardless, I'd rent it for a long weekend for sage rat target practice.
     
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    Definetly going to look into invertor, thanks for the heads up
     
  12. IronMonster

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    sounds like a winner to me
     
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    I think if you do this you'd have plenty of people wanting a weekend or full week getaway. After all, you're a member of a forum that caters to guys and gals like to shoot and hunt. Trust me, you're on to something. I've been wanting to shoot some little brown critters over there with my .22 Mag for a long time but just never had a place to go.
     
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    This sounds like a great idea! I would be interested in renting for a weekend. I would also be down for helping out setting this up if you need any help.
     
  15. Workerbee33

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    That would be great, I'm sure we could work something out that would be beneficial for both parties.
     
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    That's a swell idea, I'd be interested in a weekend or a week!:)
     
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  17. myersguns

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    I have a 20ft gooseneck flatbed trailer to haul stuff, Miller portable welder/generator
     
  18. Workerbee33

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    That would be great. I would bring over a dump trailer and mini to get things rolling
     
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    How close to the dunes? Would be fun to do some riding and shooting on the same trip.
     
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    I believe the dunes are roughly 20 miles east of town and I'm 4 miles south of town. I ride the blm property all the time with my SXS and dirt bikes. No sand dunes but wide open desert
     
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