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Aloha from our permaculture homestead in the dry tropics of maui, We are currently managing 4 acres with potential for future expansion, we raise a 16 and growing herd of dairy goats, rabbits, a 400 bird flock of ducks, chickens, geese, fish, bees, worms, and a gigantic micro-herd of course, we grow large qtys of sugar cane, bananas, raspberries, veggies, (orchard just starting)- completely off the electrical grid on solar power. My two beautiful daughters (four and eight) and I (35) are looking for someone to share our abundance with, someone to expand this family with, to co-create this permaculture paradise we have started, to help out in mastering the zone one design. some key words and topics of interests -homeschooling, unschooling, raw foods, sustainable systems, rotational grazing, reduce, reuse, repurpose, community supported agriculture, grass fed, pastured, free range, home made, off grid, dryland farming, earthworks, swales, ponds, aquaculture, greenhouses, earth building, earth bag, broad acre design, patterns, systems, raised beds, rainwater harvesting, efficiency, deep mulch, organic matter, non=toxic, organic, ethanol fuel production, diversity, perineal culture, indigenous micro-organisms, polyculture, local food production, educational activation, farmacy, independence, flexibility, adaptability, non-consumerology

loves self, loves children, loves permaculture, aspires to sustainability (whatever that means), loves animals, loves working and living the good life, loves hiking, enriching outdoor activities ,
sewing, crafting, preparing food, cheese making, cultured and fermented food, organizational up keep, inventory management, record keeping, animal husbandry, gardening, crop production, post harvest handling, marketing, pest remediation, spokesperson, building, designing, planning, managing,

so much to say so much to do, it is so nice to have things in common and i look forward to expanding our view of the world in new and wonderful ways under the influence of a wonderful woman

Mahalo

Ryan



 
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Hello Ryan,

Just a friendly note here. NOT your permie queen responding, as I happen to be male, straight, and sadly about as far from Hawaii as one can get. I just wanted to observe that your post is very well written, so keep up the good work. For some reason, permies posting in this singles forum seem too often to be singularly challenged when it comes to writing even a passable personals ad. I mean, how can anybody of at least average intelligence write a personals ad and not think that identifying their own gender and in which state they live is a good place to start?! Anyway, your homestead-in-the-making sounds excellent. I hope that you and your daughters will be happy there. BTW, you will want to see to the accidental emoticon in your post.

Good luck to you!

~ Matthew N., southern transplant
 
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Oh, BTW, please accept a little advice from someone who has been dating online off and on for a decade now. Pictures are truly worth a thousand words! Post a few good ones of yourself and your place and you will see the attention people pay to your post multiply by a huge factor.

Peace!
 
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Hi Ryan,
Your slice of paradise sounds lovely.
I'm in similar circumstances with 3 children of my own. Would love a penpal. We are in Vanuatu right now.
Sincerely,
Amanda

 
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Please I would love to be considered.
 
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