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Hey everyone
In from western Maine and looking to meet other people in the area who are interested in homesteading and growing things.  I am good at repairing and rebuilding things.  I’m also in to masonry and carpentry.  Small houses, camps, cabins and shacks greatly appeal to me.  I’m rapidly approaching forty and after many years I’m out of the rat race.   If anyone would needs any labor or help let me know I’m looking to meet new people and learn new things.
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Hiya Jonny!  I need some help.  I’m a being displaced from where I’ve been homesteading/caretaking in Waldo county, and moving to Kennebec county (thanks mom!) to restart my plant nursery/orchard/veg farm over there (and also to lick my wounds) and I’ll be needing some living quarters of my own (ASAP), a greenhouse, cat barn etc.  I’ve got a few physical injuries that have really put a damper on my personal ruggedness and ability to do the manual labor needed especially in regard to building.  Ouch my resilience!
Shoot me an email if you’re still around, interested, available.
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