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40 y/o army vet Hopeing to learn and live off grid

 
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Hi I am 40y/o army combat vet of 10 years combat medic recently separated going threw devorce looking follow my dreams and live the natural lifestyle i am a jack of all trades and have my own passive income I can relocate anywhere in the continental United States I am currently in peru indiana you can reach me at courbus@gmail.comif you have any questions
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Hi Thomasd. Welcome.

Sounds pretty clear. Looks like you're getting clear on lots of stuff. <g>

What do you love? Places, doing, whatever. Love enough to not worry about "wasting" five years time into it? Or, what are you looking for? How you gonna get the search on and be smart about what you find?

New directions. I never been divorced, but something similar. Might be a few years that the working part of you is what holds the rest coherent and usable. If you know what I mean. So take care of that "working man" part of you. Help it out be tending toward stuff you love. To do. You got more to offer that way, too.

Best luck.
Rufus
 
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Thanks for the inspiration I enjoy having to think threw a problem and working with what is on hand to find a solution even if it's thinking out side the box and then using the box to stand on to look over it lol
 
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