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I watched the original Hobbit cartoon when I was a kid. Let me show you inside. I loved the actual structure. I didn't know then that I would build one, but after building a normal house and a tree house, my mom and I came here last winter to spend about two months building the house. I knew I wanted to do something completely different, so building inside of a mountain seemed like a pretty interesting project. My mom and I took off for ten days and we traveled all around Oregon and Washington looking for land for The Hobbit Village that I wanted to build. There's a lot of land everywhere if you look on Craigslist, if you look on Zillow, you can find property. So it's not really that there's not a lot, the issue is with property that's in my price range. I am looking at property around 10,000 to 20,000, but usually there's a reason why it's cheap, either an easement problem where the property just isn't accessible and you would have to put in a lot of infrastructure, or maybe you have to drive through a really crappy neighborhood. But if you're willing to be off-grid, there's a ton out there. This way, I was able to get this five and a half acres for $18,000. This property was inexpensive because you can't get any city utilities to bring power or water up here. It's not even an option, but it would be really expensive if you tried solar structure. I have one panel sitting on top, but I have room to add more if I move it the other way. And this is where my solar setup is, and I've got two big old batteries, a 3000 watt inverter, a control panel, and then...