I'm creating a new character who will play an important role in my story. He's the uncle of my MC. He's a bit of a rural, outdoorsy, backwoods kind of guy. Wears blue jeans and flannel plaid, drives a pickup truck, owns guns, that kind of thing. But he's also moderately wealthy. He's not super rich, but he's pretty well-off and has several really nice things. Here's what he owns: - Custom-built approx. 2000+ sq ft log cabin, located in the woods just outside Redding, California. (Like this, more or less) - 2 pickup trucks - 3 ATVs - A dozen to two dozen guns of all types; hunting rifles, defense rifles, shotguns, pistols, revolvers - Ammo for the above mentioned guns - Cessna 172 Skyhawk 4-seater aircraft - A primitive airstrip, basically consisting of a just a dirt runway and a large barn And here's his background: Born in 1973, he was recruited to the US Air Force straight out of high school. Served in the Gulf War in 1991. Won several awards and medals for his service. Due to complications from shoulder/neck injuries, he receives an honorable discharge and retires from the military in 1994 at the age of 21 as a decorated veteran. Returns home and lands a nice job in the oil industry. The current year is 2022, he is 49 years old, and he has been working a decent-paying job in the oil industry for 28 years now. Assuming he's smart with his money, and perhaps maybe has a few profitable side ventures (like buying/selling stocks), could this guy be wealthy enough to own all the things I've listed? If not, is there another more profitable occupation that would fit well with his character?