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I have lived off grid for 10 years alone. I am a veteran, a d have all types of skills to offer a partner and soulmate. But I've had no luck. I've offered for them to come here and live. , But Im willing to relocate. I live in a nice forest, on a nice lake, and in a nice town, with good people. The cost of living is very reasonable. You can grow good here year around. We have very mild winters lots of rain . I'm a outdoors , nature loveeing type person.. Very giving and understanding. So if theirs anyone ,wanting to live off grid , single, couples, let's do something while we can .
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It's certainly a beautiful spot, Jr.  Are you in Kentucky?  You've probably mentioned it in your other post, but it may help to let people know.

I hope you find someone to share your life with.  Being remote has it's drawbacks.  
Put the moon back where you found it! We need it for tides and poetry and stuff. Like this tiny ad:
Heat your home with the twigs that naturally fall of the trees in your yard
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