Last year we bought a house on 50 acres in extremely rural northwestern West Virginia. There is a 1-1/2 car wide gravel road that runs literally 25 feet in front of our porch. The county maintained road is about 30 inches below the ground level of the house, is 2.5 miles at each end from paved roads, and cuts through the center of out property. Swampy terrain at one end and a treacherous mountain road at the other. Our nearest neighbor is 2 miles away. No fences on our land. We typically see about a dozen vehicles per day go by, mostly gas well worker trucks and locals using it as a shortcut. The fire dept a few miles away passes out free food every other Friday afternoon which draws more cars by us then. Occasional hairy eyeball looks seen driving by when we are sitting out on the porch. Last year we had someone break into our empty back shed. We now have solar charged intruder lights (Walmart $20) on the back and sides of the house. What can we do to enhance our perimenter security (I carry a 1911)? Wife doesn't want a high chain-link fence surrounding the house spoiling our country view. Even if we did high barbed wire fencing anyone could just walk the back fields (won't consider fencing the 1.25 miles around the total property). Practical advice requested.