We moved from our previous property in Dryden last fall to Hector, where we live on Daryl and Suzanne Anderson's property and will be growing about 1.5 acres of veggies, herbs and fruit in an old hay field perched above their pond. We managed to get our field plowed and our garlic and sunchokes in the ground before winter hit, which was a great thing.
For now, the lack of any infrastructure means we have to start from scratch, building two hoop houses and a deer fence, for starters, in addition to an irrigation system, cooler and then actually planting things (all which will come later). Now we've been preoccupied by gathering fence posts from friends and the farm property, and bending our own greenhouse hoops with a tool from Johnny's Seeds that allows you to bend chain link top rail fencing into 12 foot wide, curved bows.
Below is our cabin, and next to it our garlic, our seed starting house, and our hugel kultur bed (a raised bed built over rotting forest wood, for a slow release of nutrients and increased water retention).