Because of security reasons I cannot afford to set up shop in-house, however there are plenty of abandoned "structures" in woody areas and such around my town. Can any of you see any security issues with this, maybe? Chances of a random person coming in to most of these places are... very small, and I could always invest in a cheap lock for the door. More importantly though, I'm not sure how I'm gonna get electricity to it. Pretty sure that there are no ways to be self-sufficient without cords or anything, I guess? I was considering a very, very long extension cord buried beneath the ground covertly plugged into the closest house. It is quite possible that this closest house could be a friend of mine, which will help facilitate that (although this may, actually, not be possible). Does anyone have any thoughts, considerations, or advise? The actual energy being used is actually not that much, 250-300 watts of flourescent lighting (plenty of aluminum foil tho), small filterer, fan, heater (those two wont be on at the same time)... that's about it. And btw, let's just assume for the sake of theoretical, educational purposes that there is no moral disagreement here (assume it's on public woodland or something, or a willing compatriot's property). Because this is every grower's dream! (haha, just think of the isolated farm house in Pineapple Express. who knew how the eff they got all that electricity.. assuming that that movie gave a rat's ass about legitimacy of course).