--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Rick Archer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> on 6/9/06 10:28 AM, TurquoiseB at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > 
> > I don't doubt this about Fairfield. But my "wager" was
> > based more on a feeling for what this Kansas place is
> > likely to be like. Fairfield is a dynamic college town,
> > with necessary interaction between Ru's and townies.
> > But doncha get the feeling that anything built in this
> > new Kansas place is basically going to be a retreat house,
> > where the inhabitants basically hole up and butt-bounce
> > for peace?
> > 
> > Or am I off in this assumption? Has there been talk
> > of actually creating something less like a rounding
> > course facility and more like a real-world ocmmunity?
> > 
> There¹s talk of creating an organic farm, but as has been reported, that
> area is dry and drought-prone, so that will probably be a flop. It¹s
> probably a moot point. I doubt anything will be built there, and if it is,
> who will occupy it? Maybe a few TBs from MUM will go down, but it will be
> hard to build a community.

I always laugh when I hear "drought prone". One man's drought is another man's 
rainfall... There are plenty of cash crops in southern Arizona, even though it 
has less than 
15 inches of rainfall a year, on average.

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