Rancho Costa Nada: The Dirt Cheap Desert Homestead

After being fired for insubordination at his last two corporate jobs, the author wonders if he can become a modern pioneer on ten worthless acres he bought at a tax auction for $325. He's broke, and his land is arid and remote. But he finds that with a few simple expedients he can build a $100 shelter, be his own utility district, and live more or less comfortably and without any hardship. More

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About Philip Garlington

Phil Garlington has been a reporter for the Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Examiner, San Diego Evening Tribune, Orange County Register, Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, Washington Times, National Enquirer and a dozen obscure sheets. He has also been a commercial pilot, teen squid, and college student body president.

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