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What I want to build in Mexico

 
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Hello, I have been immersing myself in permaculture all while becoming further disenfranchised by what is happening in this country. I am so excited to start my tiny house educational homestead in Mexico. I want to be in the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountains, I have two horses that will be coming with me, as well as two dogs. I will need a safe place to perch when I arrive. I am happy to work on an existing peramaculture or traditional farm/homestead seeking to adapt. I am doing everything I can to move myself toward this goal currently and I'm certain I will be able to manage it because it is my greatest dream. However, I do have a backup plan and started a Freedom Cell in Vermont called Survive to Thrive so if I am stuck here I will still have a network of people to operate outside the system with. Thank you so much in advance for any help you can give me. I'm interested in any of the earthship programs as well. I don't need a place to live so much as a place to park my truck and trailer. My direct email is Survivetothrive@protonmail.com.
 
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As an observer from Australia, I would think moving to Mexico for any reason would be worse than staying in your country.
What would be the benefits of such a move?
 
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Absolutely Jillian... I have been intuiting those same things. I joined a mailing list of expats and those in Mexico are quite happy with their choice
 
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I am going to possibly look for someone who wants to move also. Split some of the stress and not be alone. Though alone is not a deterrent.
 
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Jillian, I love tiny homes!
 
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Jillian,

Any updates?
 
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