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West Texas Water #7249191 08/08/18 03:22 PM
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There are some small parcels in West Texas that are a long way from any water source. Drilling a well would be too $$$. If any one you have land in such areas, do you carry in all your water?

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water guzzlers is what I recommend.

they catch dew and moisture

http://outbackfeeders.com/water-stations.php

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Be careful buying something in far west Texas. It takes a lot of acreage to support game in the arid environment.

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Sunsetranches.com comes to mind. Some unhappy campers that bought into their spiel.


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