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Hi there! My husband and are looking for the right living situation for us and our 1yr old son. My husband originally from Ohio has a degree in botany and horticulture from Ohio University. He is a master carpenter and tile layer by trade. We also have extensive landscape development experience between the two of us and have worked on many different farms and ranches over the years. I am also a personal chef and have years of experience with being a nanny, manual hard labor is natural to me and I enjoy it very much. At the moment I'm in school online full time studying for my Human Services degree. But my husband and I make a good team and can both work on projects. We do not do we do drugs and come with great references. We love and appreciate community living but also love our privacy. We own a dog who is very well behaved and is fixed,  he is great with other animals and children. We are looking to stay in the south/south east, my in laws live in Port Charlotte Fl and are getting older, so we want to stay close to them. We are not swingers and are looking for long term situations preferably that are safe and healthy for our family.
 
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Hi Jeanne!

Your family sounds much like mine, though our daughter is about 3. We currently live in New England, but we are moving at the end of 2020/beginning of 2021. I am an engineer and beginning wood worker; my wife is a midwife, massage therapist, and plant medicine woman. We both enjoy listening and playing music and singing. The intent right now is to move to North Carolina and set up our little slice of permaculture heaven on a few acres outside Asheville. We have ideas and drawings of a few small structures, food forest, and possibly animals - especially if they provide wool we can spin.

If that sounds interesting to you, I'd be happy to talk more! Perhaps we share similar ideals and vision, and could build toward them together.
 
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Hi! Where are you located currently? I live on a farm 40 min East of Athens, GA and would love to have another likeminded family out here.
 
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