My wife and I are open to discussion about sharing our beautiful high desert property for the purpose of fellowship and uniting in outreach efforts to this area in Southeast Utah. There are many poor people here, and the spiritual need is great.
We are about 30 miles from the town of Moab in a small community at 6800 feet elevation.
We are open to talking to Christians about coming here and building a “quick” living space, parking a live-in vehicle here, or erecting a yurt, tepee, etc.
We have ideas and experience using straw-bale construction. A small passive solar house with a dirt floor (covered with carpet) could be built in a summer with a relatively low monetary investment if skill, strength, and wisdom were applied.
One thought is that whatever structure was built would be available to the builders to live in for as long as they were interested in it, and as long as we maintained fellowship. Some expenses, such as for electric power, might be shared.
We have grid and some solar power, a wonderful water well, access to land lines, DSL, and good cell coverage, yet this is one of the least populated places in the States.
Gardening is good here, and we are open to having goats, chickens, and rabbits etc. on the property.
This is a sage brush mesa at the foot of a 12,000 mountain range, surrounded by red rock canyons, National Parks, National Forest, famous desert rivers, and on the border of the best part of Colorado. Seasonal employment is strong in Moab.