What if... You, and your family of four, choose to move to a 50 acre piece of unimproved land to better your chances of survival in an increasingly unstable world, but the cost leaves you but $25,000 of your savings after paying off the land with your equity from the sale of your home. Your monthly income is $6,000, Net and your 4X4 3/4 Ton crew cab truck is paid for.. The land has a year round stream with 10 foot of fall across 40 acres of your property, and 10 acres of harvestable timber but everything else has been logged off with nothing remaining but random piles of smoldering stumpage. The cleared area gives you 120 degrees of clear line of sight, center, right and left: across nearly 40 acres of cleared land and backs up to the 10 acre forested area. There is a ½ mile private dirt road with year round access to the property across a portion of the cleared land and the property is in a median climate with 4 seasons. Annual rainfall is 70 inches and historically 12 inches of snow over three of the Winter months. Winter temperatures reach into the low teens and Summer highs in the upper 70's and low 90's. You would have no neighbors for 20 miles in any direction as you are surrounded by property owned by the timber industry, total isolation; but you know that someone would find you, eventually. You can telecommute for your work, but there are no services, well, septic, telephone or electric, on the property. What do you do to improve the property to make it livable and what are your priorities for immediate and extended survival?