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I'm offering a free place to live for someone that is able or wants to be able to get by without having an offsite job.  Comfortable home in north east Connecticut, 12 acres just outside city limits, suitable place to live without owning a car.  Retirees welcome.  PM to discuss.
 
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This is a wonderful offer.
Sounds like someone could work on your farmstead woofing style for room and board or is it more of a take over this 12acre farm and take all the profit except 30% or is it a be a security live onsite security guard and I will give you $200/month for utility and $300/month for food.  
 
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Hey Bill--I replied via PM (purple moosage), and got an email saying I had a purple moosage in return, but when I go to the purples there's nothing in my In box or Sent box. I dunno what's up with that. But you can email me at ybfhousesitter@gmail.com if you want to connect that way. BTW, I found your message b/c I had a Google alert set for "housesitting," but I am SO glad it helped me discover this site! I'm at a crossroads right now about what to do with my (former) farm now that the kids are heading to college, and perusing this site has me remembering all the things that brought me to rural Maine in the first place. Ready to scale back to a homesteading level, after scaling up too much over 30 years. Housesitting is my plan for stepping away and rethinking things for a while. Hope to hear from you.
 
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S Bengi wrote:This is a wonderful offer.
Sounds like someone could work on your farmstead woofing style for room and board or is it more of a take over this 12acre farm and take all the profit except 30% or is it a be a security live onsite security guard and I will give you $200/month for utility and $300/month for food.  



It's an offer for a free place to live and if someone is interested we can negotiate from there.
 
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