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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.  
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