Bargains for Big-Time Shoppers

A 17,000-acre town in northern Michigan (price: $5.9 million). One 420-acre town in northern Michigan (price: $5.9 million). One 420-acre island in the west Caribbean ($2.9 million). The 600-acre Ponderosa ranch in Incline Village, Nev., where part of the 1960s television series Bonanza was filmed ($10 million). An oil refinery in Alberta, Canada, Bob Hope's 10,000 acres of California land and several Learjets. Those were just a few of the big-buck items available last week at the Sales Trade and Purchase International, a two-day event in Reno, described by Orga nizer Brian Lovig...

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