Why can't people just mind their own business and leave the not so wealthy alone? This is geared to the residents of Freedom Acres. Since I have moved out there I have gotten nothing but grief for numerous things. We need to clean up our property because we have building supplies stacked up. I need to move a stop sign because they didn't want to see it out their window (the sign was in the shed, by the way). I was told that I needed to build a cover for my horses to stand under (and for them to tear down since they always do), yet a neighbor can spend $20,000 on a barn that her horses won't use unless she pens them up in it. Plus supposedly we are only allowed two horses per acre, yet some have three on an acre while others can't?
I don't understand why some can break the rules but those same people have to cause problems for the others. I feel that these people have too much time on their hands and need to find something better to do then to cause problems for their neighbor. We have found out that the previous owners of our house got the same problems and that is why they abandoned the property. We live in the country to get away from the rat race and the city crud. Why bring it to the country? If you don't like the way your neighbor's property looks then put up some trees so you don't have to look at it. I try to be nice to everyone. I don't care what you're doing on your property. What happened to minding your own business?
Sherri Dashney, Payson