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Howdy! I'm looking for a sister who'd like to move into our little rental for the Summer with me, my 2 teen boys, 8 chicks, 1 dog, 2 cats, (and possibly an 8 week old buddy's pup I'm watching) at our growing urban education farmstead I got started in Cda. I would love someone who is jazzed about permaculture, gardening, building, being kind and earth concience. Small rent/ and or exchange for helping me out around here. Especially cooking meals, planting, watering, sharing stories, and friendship. Please let me know, I can answer questions. Thanks and happy planting!
 
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Am I correct in assuming "Cda" means Coeur D' Alene?
People from outside that region might not recognize the abbreviation.

 
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Heh, thanks John! Yeah, Cda is short for Coeurd a'lene, Idaho. I'm a 10 minute walk to the lake...
 
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That's beautiful country there!
 
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