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Greetings!  Like a number of other folks, I can't edit my previous posts. So I wanted to write a new one since time has flown on by and things have changed somewhat. I'm still seeking community, and even more so, someone to share my farm with!

I’m Bri- free thinking, earth worshiping, lover of all things. I share my home with an amazing housemate and our raggamuffin assemblage of animals and kiddos. We are looking for community. A tribe, people with whom to be vulnerable, intentional, productive, communicative, loving. I want friends who connect on an emotional, intellectual, maybe even spiritual level.
We live in one big 'ol farmhouse on 9 pristine acres in northern SE. Michigan with insane amounts of potential.  We have a room we would love to fill with another amazing human person who has a passion and drive to help make this place magical!



I would love to start a conversation with anyone who has an interest in a home/farm mate situation like this!
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What beautiful pics! The way you edit is to log in ( must be a Permie member) then press edit and then the button that says submit.   We'd love to live on your farm but we are old and grey and homeless and carless! These days without a picture I.d. you can't even get on a bus to go interstate. My wife lost hers and we've had a hard time to replace it.But Good Luck and God's Blessings in finding another partner!
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This looks like an interesting place with nice folks, and could be a worthwhile opportunity. Why would anyone give this a down vote? Just askin.
 
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Stuart Sparber wrote:What beautiful pics! The way you edit is to log in ( must be a Permie member) then press edit and then the button that says submit.   We'd love to live on your farm but we are old and grey and homeless and carless! These days without a picture I.d. you can't even get on a bus to go interstate. My wife lost hers and we've had a hard time to replace it.But Good Luck and God's Blessings in finding another partner!



For some reason the posts from ages ago don’t offer that option.

Thank you for the kind words
 
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