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Nerdy hippy from Oregon looking for someone to live off the grid with.

 
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About me:
Nerdy, geeky, hopeless romantic, gamer, artist, passionate lover, empathic, spiritualist, sincere and a good friend to those I care about. Down to earth, honest, loyal, caring, sensual, and I'm very affectionate when I'm with someone. I believe in chivalry, and making my partner feel special, though what matters most to me is the little things like leaving notes for one another, spontaneous kisses, PDA, etc. I am a homebody, but I do like to go out and do fun things when I have good company. I have chronic back pain so I can't go hiking or anything too strenuous, and I'm not much into the outdoors because of my allergies to pollen. I'm a kid at heart, but do the things that I need to as an adult. I also love to cook for friends, or make handmade gifts for someone I'm with, or surprise them with flowers now and then. Just little stuff like that. I'm very laid back, anti-drama, and down to earth. I've got a good sense of humor, although it's a little twisted and perverted at times. And I love to laugh about random things.  I'm also an introverted ambivert, INFJ type.

I'm looking for someone that's intelligent, romantic, honest, passionate, caring, geeky, sincere, non-judgemental, can be spontaneous, and is a good listener. I want to find someone I can grow old with, and have them as a partner who will love me for me. Somebody that isn't afraid to take a chance on a guy like me. I may not seem like much, but looks are deceiving. I don't care for superficial people, or people who only care about if a guy has money and is a workaholic.I want someone who has a big heart, and is genuine. Looking fora real connection. Seeking someone who's got morality, and is open minded, and awake to live off the grid with, and build a life together. I know my chances on here of finding someone like that are slim, but it's not easy to meet any preppers or people who are spiritually awake these days.
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Not quite sure if I'd be what you are looking for but if nothing else, its be nice to have a new friend! I'm a 22 year old transguy who's trying to find someone to start a small farm with.
Can't say I'm spiritual, but I'm not like. Against that kinda thing.
I like video games, though I'm terrible at them as I really didn't get to play them as a teen. My current fave is Ark Survival
I've had a hard time finding people who both want to live a more "green" way and aren't against having technology lol.
Anyhow, I'm very talkative and tend to be a bit impulsive. I've been a horse trainer/herd manager, construction worker, farm hand, and landscaper.

 
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What kind of farm do either of you want to start? Are you interested in growing anything in particular, raising, certain animals, or having some kind of business?
 
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Oh ! Tbh it kinda depends on whether I end up buying land near klamath falls or if I buy in Williams az.
Im not going to decide on plants till I've settled into an area as the climates are not similar in rainfall or time cloudless.
I've cared for goats and milked them before so ill probably keep goats and I've helped raise chickens for years so them seem like a natural choice. The idea of keeping bees appeals to me, but I have no experience keeping them so they'd be way in the future.  If I had more money I'd love to keep cattle or train and sell horses but that's out of my budget currently.

I'm not sure if I'd be selling anything from the farm consistently unless I ended up with more than I needed, but I do intend to sell art and I still intend to work part time
 
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That's great! I've visited Klamath falls a few times. I lived in Ashland for a little while. Too expensive. If you find yourself further north or interested in the area let me know. We've got quite a community here
 
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Where is your community at? And what sort of animals and projects do you have?
I found my mental health to be poor during my winter in Portland so I'm not exactly inclined to stay in a particularly cloudy place but I'm still interested in joining the right community, if that makes sense
 
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Jack Morgan wrote:Where is your community at? And what sort of animals and projects do you have?
I found my mental health to be poor during my winter in Portland so I'm not exactly inclined to stay in a particularly cloudy place but I'm still interested in joining the right community, if that makes sense



I understand. The winters can indeed be gray. It's hard, because gray winters usually equal a place with more water, which is also important. It's a tough call.

I live in Lewis County, Washington. You can pm me for more details. There are more and more people all the time living and growing in the area, and I feel like finding jobs is becoming easier too, the more community we have
 
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