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Old 02-17-2017, 10:32 PM   #15
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That is also true. I'm also thinking about digging a well or maybe getting a 1500 gal water holding tank. My only concern with that is that I've been deployed to the middle east a bunch. Having water tanks above ground in the desert can lead to HOT water!
That will reduce your electricity demand too.
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Run the power, it's hard to steal.

Unless you're going to be there fulltime, I've found that if you leave your stuff unattended, a desert dweller will decide it's community property and it'll be in his community and not yours.

Even inside a conex with heavy locks, thieves in the desert have nothing but time.

Experience, yo.
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