House number two was a no. A definite no. Pretty much a double wide with a heavy equipment depository in the back yard. The realtor was anxious to tell us about the main selling point in the community of "Byum" (I think that's what she called it). She said on Friday nights in their little artsy community, there is a mixer down at the general store with live music. Bluegrass, R & B, jazz, etc. Sweet.House number three is a possibility. It is very spacious, with a nice wooded lot, and a well and septic system. The negative is that the wallpaper is rather dated, or "funky" as David described it. Could be changed with landlord approval.
Another house or two tomorrow, and they hope to make a decision.