My family and I travel on the road and are looking to learn new trades and apply our own. We dont have a set amount of time that we are willing to commit to, for I'm sure you can all agree when I say it just depends on how everyone connects and works together. I have written a small biography about my family in our profile which will save me from writing about us twice. Right now we are in southern Arizona on our way to Grand Canyon since we are here. After that we aren't sure, we dont plan. So if this something that interests any of you we are all ears.
Hi Jeanne! If you ever find yourself passing through Missouri you're more than welcome to spend some time at our Community Land Trust. I made a post about it a few weeks ago, it's called Bear Creek CLT, and our website is here!
Good luck with your travels!
Harry: I can't believe we drove around all day and there's not a single job in this town. There is nothing, nada, zip!
Lloyd: Yeah, unless you wanna work 40 hours a week!
Location: On the Road
posted 1 year ago
Hi Mike! Thank you for the response, we pinned your community on our map and will be in touch as we get closer to your area!! We look forward to connecting with you all!
Hi my name is Tom Blake and my wife is Mary Lou. We live on 20 acres in Eastern WA. We have been here since 1997. We are in the process of building a pit greenhouse to maintain year round growing. We already have a 6000 sq ft building that includes a 20 x 40 greenhouse and indoor grow rooms. It also has a small second floor apt. There is a RV hookup with water, sewer and 50amp service. We are looking for folks like yourself to come and share our abundance. The existing buildings are in need of some repairs so your carpentry skills would be welcome as well as your growing skills. We are also 420 friendly and have only one dog she is and older blue heeler named Mary Jane. I am 69 and Mary Lou is 68 we have been married since 1982 and together for a few years before that. We would welcome you and your family to come and spend some time in the beautiful Pacific Northwest and see if this opportunity is for you.
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