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Middle of a Forest in Arkansas - Time to move here?

 
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Greetings!  

We are blessed to live on 30 acres in the Ouachita Forest.  Half our land is field and the other half is forest.  We have a house that we are not living in that needs a family.  

Our vision is a family with kids that will stay in the house long term.  In exchange for the house and use of surrounding land, the family will fix up the house.  Of course there will be the mutual benefit of helping neighbors (us).

A quick rundown of us: We are in our fifties, and it's only the two of us.  We've been here 7 years and have come to realize permaculture isn't just a 2 person project.  We are conservative and believe in the Golden Rule.  Our farm consists of chickens, ducks, goats, bees, dogs, and cats.  

The closest town is 20 minutes away.  The closest city is just over an hour.  

If you are interested, send us a pm and we will send you more details.  Ask us questions.  Is there anything that's a "deal breaker"?

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