homestead opportunity on 5000 acre ranch via trade
posted 4 years ago
How would you and your family like the opportunity to live in a new home on a 5,000 acre ranch in the Black Hills of South Dakota?
I am interested in offering you this opportunity and possibly the opportunity to purchase your own land sometime in the future as part of a trade.
Here is what I have to offer; I will be completing a new home hopefully by June first. It will have all new appliances and will be heated with wood. It will be located on a 5,000 acre ranch and will have use of a large root cellar, a large garden area, several out building, 60 acres of pasture if you have horses, and it will be close to a creek, pond and large apple orchard. There is ample firewood available and the recreational and hunting opportunities are super. The ranch is less than 2 miles south of Wind Cave National Park so if you want to see what the area looks like just visit their web site.
Here is what I expect in return; I am looking first and foremost for a down to earth honest person or family that loves to cook and is very good at it. I want you to prepare 5 evening meals a week for me and possibly one other person, bake two loafs of bread a week in a bread machine that I will furnish, clean my small home once a week for 3 or 4 hours, and if you do my grocery shopping I will furnish you with an older pickup to use on and within 15 miles of the ranch. I eat all organic or natural foods and I eat no processed sugar or white flour so cooking with all wheat flour and honey can be a challenge.
This is not a paid position so you must have an outside source of income and some form of medicinal insurance. I do however have high speed internet on the ranch so if you are making money off the net that should be acceptable.
If you have any interest, send me an email and we can talk further.
firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for your interest
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