The circles, groups of friends you hang out with now could join forces, to buy a camp in Maine.
Some recreational land that might border a brook, river or sometimes on leased land in the middle of no where.
But bought for a song.
No pain in the wallet you sit on, purse you lug around.
Because you each throw money in the hat so to speak.
If the collection of pirates, I mean friends are tradesmen with a skill to create or improve the shack up in Maine, all the better.
Your brother in law Bob is skilled with a hammer. Your other one Jim is a black belt, Jedi mason. So the rock fireplace is going to be no problem slowly taking shape in the Maine getaway, vacation place.
You are not trying to create a second home but just something simple. So you can snow sled, hunt, fish, use the spot as a base. A place that's a jumping off point. To discover, explore the neat surroundings of Maine.
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Pick from low cost property listings in Maine going in, and cheap to keep. Simple approach for the down time fun. To catch your breath, think about life. Sort out stuff in your head. With some quality time alone with your family, friends, sporting buddies in the willy wags of Maine.
Spread the expense, the maintenance, the work load by rounding up a posse of possibles with tools hanging off the utility belts they each wear.
That you end up spending lots of time with whenever you are not working anyway right? Down at the club. From your bowling or softball team. That all share a passion. To head to Maine. For that low cost getaway in the woods. To unplug, recharge. Take a break and shake it up. With the unfiltered, natural beauty of Maine. Don't rule out just Maine land too. An Amish building, one of the local cedar and pine log cabin makers in Maine can easily sell you a low cost camp, cabin package. Or build your own on the Maine land that is attractively priced, all the time.
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