Last April I put in a pole and now I have power to the site. Putting in the pole and meeting the GVE requirements was tough to say the least. We also put in some of the foundation and will wait a year to see how it looks or if I need to redesign.
Logs are still stacked and drying and next year we will get all of that nasty bark off utilizing our newly acquired electricity.
This is my question and I don't feel like I have a reasonable answer yet.
As a US citizen, I must be a resident of a state. I travel on business all year. This year I will spend 9 months on the island of French Martinique. (don't hate me).
I would love to hunt and fish as a resident of Alaska. I don't want to cut corners or get into any grey/gray areas, I want to be legal. I am not looking for PFD so lets not get sidetracked there if at all possible.
I don't spend enough time in ANY state to meet the 'reside for 12 months, blah, blah, blah' requirements. What do I do?
I would like to finish the cabin, buy a vehicle and live in the cabin Alaska when I am in the United States. I have power bills from AK and intend to always return. I will not have a residence in any other state.
So, where would my 'legal residence' be? I want it to be AK so I assume it would be, but I want to be legal.
Do you folks have any insight?