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Old 10-04-2013, 01:40 PM   #1
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My Montana Home

She's already on the lot. Not like pulling the Scamp. I don't know how those guys lug these big things around for miles.
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Old 10-04-2013, 01:50 PM   #2
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Where's the snow?? :-)
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Old 10-04-2013, 02:29 PM   #3
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That will arrive as soon as I do.
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Old 10-04-2013, 02:40 PM   #4
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Williston, ND sure has been in the news a lot with the boom and lack or RV spaces with hookups. Is RV space with hookups a problem in your area of MT?
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Everyone living in trailers in RV parks in Sidney appear to have full service now. Four years ago, it was not the case. A camping space was an electric hookup and a gravel lot.
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Well good to hear. I was reading about the ND oil boom places without any sewer at 7 to $800 per parking space. I guess supply and demand. Old man winter will be in Sidney pretty quick
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I can believe the $700-800 plus that much in deposit up front. Greed and lack of facilities took over Williton. Over $5000 to get into a 2 bedroom apartment in Sidney.
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I have been through that. A new refinery project brought 15k direct construction jobs on the site and about 30k of service jobs off site. Rents went up by a factor of 4, home prices doubled and tripled.

But when the infrastructure was done, the crash was equally jaw dropping. brand new homes ended up selling well below the average market price before the boom in many cases 1/4 of the original asking prices. Over a period of a few years over 25k unemployed, evicted from their homes with their families and moved on. Local government revenue crashed from property tax, sales tax, business tax. The refinery, which was government owned did not pay any tax...

No part of the thing was pretty, not until years after the bust.
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Yeah, winter in Montana. Might as well start out with cabin fever.
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Is electricity covered by the 700-800/month fee ? I imagine that using electric heat one could burn through a lot of kWh in a month that far north ? My wife ran a pair of oil filled heaters at extreme ends of our home where the heat from the wood stove does not reach and it added $300+ to our utility bill !!! Of course we have hardly had any winter the last 3 years..
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This one is electric included for $650 so far. No internet or laundry. These high end ones probably offer that but still. The one we had in North Dakota they put us on a meter. We ran a small heater and a small oil heater and our bill ran at $90 a month but it was a mild winter for North Dakota. The lot rent was $500. Who knows what is now. Weird landlord. Told the kid next door his dad (who rode from Houston) could not ride his Goldwing into the campground. Kicked one kids truck out because it was a diesel. Not the only one in the park. Then when camping season opened up, of which they had very few spots, and nothing to brag about, they would no longer give the oil guys the monthly code to the laundry and showers. By then we were headed back to Iowa only to come full circle from where we were four years ago.
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Greg got up this morning and the water hose was froze already. Off to the farm store to find a heated hose and poopy pipe. Of course once I get out there it will be my toilet paper that freezes in the pipe. That why you have a backup.
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