Are you one of these people who was born 200 years too late, except for when you want to watch TV or use the computer? Have I ever got a place for you. Clearwater Mountain is the only location we’ve ever started that restricts what you can build, but even there you still have a lot of leeway. The rules say homes must be built of whole logs (no, not faux-log siding) and/or native stone. This can mean one of those wildly-expensive kit homes you see advertised, or (more what we intended) middle-class homes made of very affordable materials: logs (the kind you find growing all over the Ozarks) and stone (the kind you find laying all over the ground). And yes, you can pick up all the rocks you like, but you can’t cut timber off the property to build with. The goal being that the Clearwater Mountain area remains natural in appearance, but you don’t have to be fantastically wealthy to live there. Parcel N is one of the more attractive properties there, even though there is very limited level ground, it being comprised of a narrow hollow between two steep hillsides. They say no place is tornado-proof, but this one must come pretty close.