Word of the Day…


 

Government Lot ~

 In the rectangular survey system,

 a parcel of la nd that is not a regular section (one mile square),

 because of the convergence of range lines,

or because of a body of water or some other obstacle;

assigned a government lot number.

 

Happy Friday!


Wishing all our followers a happy Friday!

If you are a boater in the state of Minnesota, be safe!  Water patrols in full force this week end handing out FREE BUI!!!

Word of the Week:


 

Riparian Rights:

 

The water rights of a land-owner whose property is adjacent to or

 crossed by a body of water.

 

Word of the Week:


 

Reliction:

The gradual receding of a body of water, exposing land that was

 previously under water. Also called dereliction.

 

Word of the Week:


Riparian Land:

Land that is adjacent to or crossed by a body of water,

 especially flowing water such as a stream or river.

Thursday Thriller…


A real estate salesman had just closed his first deal,

only to discover that the piece of land he had sold was completely under water.

“That customer’s going to come back here pretty mad,” he said to his boss. “Should I give him his money back?”

“Money back?” roared the boss. “What kind of salesman are you? Get out there and sell him a houseboat.”

When buying your new home or land, are you sure you are in good hands or sale hands?

Check out www.VickieGylling.com for all your real estate needs. 

We are here to make sure you are happy and safe.

Friday Fun Fact


 

Fish actually are known to sneeze under water.

Who would have known or guessed.

Friday Facts with a Laugh


 

It’s Friday, so why not have a little fun? 10 fun facts to make you

 laugh! *

  1. In Michigan, a woman isn’t allowed to cut her own hair without her husbands permission!
  2. In Texas, it’s illegal to put graffiti on someone else’s cow.
  3. It’s illegal in Alabama to wear a fake moustache that causes laughter, in church.
  4. You’re subject to fines and/or imprisonment for making ugly faces at dogs in Okalahoma!
  5. By law, in Bourbon Mississippi, one small onion must be served with each glass of water in a restaurant?!
  6. On Sunday, it is illegal to sell cornflakes in Columbus, OH.
  7. Unless you have a doctor’s note, it is illegal to buy ice-cream after 6:00 pm in Newark, New Jersey.
  8. In Idaho, it’s illegal to give someone a box of candy that weighs more than 50 pounds.
  9. It was illegal to sell E.T. dolls in France because there is a law against selling dolls without human faces!
  10. It is illegal to misprounounce the word “Arkansas” in the state of Arkansas!

 

* facts taken from www.nicefacts.com

Thinking of buying a cabin in the woods? Here are some questions you may want to ask.


Common Questions to Consider When Buying Your Cabin in the Woods

Vacation properties come in many forms. From basic cabins to fully equipped country homes – there are a few specific questions to be considered with each purchase.

Recreational Property

  1. If your property isn’t on the water, find out if you have deeded access to it or if public access exists. Sometimes waterside property owners will post “Keep Out” signs though lawful access exists.
  2. Consider your future plans. Could your small cabin one day become your retirement castle? Find out if year-round residency is permitted and if building restrictions exist. Additionally, what (if any) renovation restrictions exist on the property?
  3. If not on the local municipal sewage system, ensure the septic system is adequate and up to date. Do local municipal building codes allow you to expand the capacity of your existing septic system and is there an opportunity to eventually connect to a planned municipal system?
  4. Water-access only properties, while less expensive to purchase, are logistically more difficult to maintain. Stocking the cabin, repairs, shuttling guests, and trips to town can be more difficult and costly to co-ordinate. However with the increased isolation comes increased quiet and a greater sense of disconnect from modern-day life – a feature that makes them attractive to many buyers.
  5. Check out the source of your drinking water (well, lake, and or municipal). If your water is sourced from a well, ask if it’s ever dried out. Regardless of water source, a water purity test should be conducted as part of your vacation property inspection.
  6. Is the road to your cabin maintained year round? Having the option of drive-in access is preferable, especially in winter months.
  7. If you have a waterfront cabin, what are the municipal restrictions for building both docks (square footage and length) and new boathouses (height and square footage)?
  8. Find out if your garbage will be picked up or do you have to deliver it to a dumpsite. While an adventure the first time, the novelty can slowly wear off and may impact the value of your property for those interested in curbside pick-up.
  9. When buying a vacation property, consider cost (gasoline), time and traffic as part of your recreational experience.
  10. Remember to consider resale should you ever need to sell it.  Do you think that your cabin offers enough perks for someone else to want to purchase it.

Today’s the DAY…SUPERBOWL SUNDAY!


Today is the day so many football fans have waited for.  Especially if you are from Wisconsin or Pittsburg!  What a game it will be!

Some will take part with an ALL day event and watch all the pre-game, getting comfy on the couch and creating a food outline of their body as the day goes.  Others will join in as the events get closer to kick off.  For those that are music buffs (and may have already been there), what an exciting event the Superbowl committee put together.  Starting things off was Kid Rock at the Pepsi Fan Club on Feb.3, then Christina Aguilera will sing the National anthem, then L-O-O-K O-U-T!!! Here come the BLACK EYED PEAS for the half time show.  I personally thing this is gonna be a day of music to remember!  TONIGHT’S GONNA BE A GOOD GOOD NIGHT!!

Let’s not forget to mention the food that will be consumed on this day.  Today is the busiest pizza delivery day, so if you are a pizza business or delivery person, THANKS for your hard work while the rest of the world parties down.  Remember to tip your drivers well, this is how they make their living.  Velveeta Cheese must make a killing on this day.  Who doesn’t make the ever favorite dip of Velveeta con caso nacho cheese dip? Meatball, little wieners in BBQ sauce, we have it all on this day.

For those of you that do a more dramatic dinner, hats off to you.  Growing up, our family always did a full-blown Thanksgiving dinner for the half time show.  Yep, we had it all.  From the turkey to pie! So don’t think you just have to  have pizza and beer for this day.  Also remember, it is not out of line to ask people to bring a dish to pass.  This is such a great idea and what a way to try different appetizers that you may not otherwise have gotten to try.  For those of us in the frozen tundras, maybe it is gonna be chili! Shake up your recipe and add some different seasonings or vegetables to your chili.  This site has a  great Chipotle Turkey Bacon chili recipe that have received lots of great comments on.

And who can’t wait for the commercials? I know many of the people I have talked to said they will only be watching for the crazy commercials.  Everyone knows that this will be the talk at the water cooler tomorrow at work so pay attention.  Rumor has it this year is gonna be outstanding for laughs.  I hope so, I was somewhat disappointed at last years, felt it lacked something memorable.  So bring on the laughs and let’s make tons of memory’s.

So as you make your way to kick off, choose your team as carefully as you choose the chair your plan to sit in.  Enjoy and hats off to all the players! They are all winners and what an accomplishment it is to make it to where they are today.

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