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Hello world!

I'm a 30 year old girl with a beautiful little girl that has a killer garden even for a city dweller, a deep love and respect of nature, spiritual but not religious, a gentle spirit. I'm a big reader, I haven't owned a TV in over ten years, I love cooking and tending the garden from whence they came. I am living in the Rocky mountains in Canada and am land hunting.

I'm grounded and realistic and while I'm a dreamer I know garden beds down't build them selves.

What I offer!
I'm stable. Believe it or not. I define that as being debt free, able to keep a little human alive and happy, set and achieve goals. No addictions or seriously bad habits.
I'm a good communicator.
Some say I'm easy on the eyes.
I'm honest. When I say nothings wrong, I mean it.
I should note that I am able to support my self and not looking for a free ride of any sorts. I have worked my buns off and have saved a chunk to put towards my dream.

What I'm like
My humor is on the darker side of the color wheel.
I have an epic vinyl record collection.
A glass of while we cook dinner together is heaven.
I love chai tea so much I'm a little embarrassed.
I always believe in people. Sometimes more then they do.
I believe in forgiveness. I believe in being patient. This means I will love you and I both enough to cut the cord if we are drowning each other but not with out working at it.
Dancing solves a lot of things.
I believe that being a light soul with an ability to be silly at times will carry you through a lot of the mucky bits in life. Doesn't mean you can't cry and really feel it. Sometimes you just have to shake your sillies out.
Charity isn't optional.
Puer aeternus isn't restricted to gender and neither am I.

I am not for everyone.
Living off the land isn't for everyone.

If any of this made you smile, write me and tell me about your self.
 
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Location: Ontario North and South - right now, moving North Permanently soon. Timmins Cochrane areas
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Well.. too bad your so far away,
too bad I am not closer to your age!

too bad, you sound like the kinda gal I go for
awesome you do the stuff you do and permaculture is awesome, small or large scale.

I wish you well in your search and your journey.
ps. My Dog says HI !
(not really but she is looking at the screen)
 
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Hi my name is Roy and it looks like you're interested in doing a lot of the same things I want to do. Right now I have a nice siberian husky and a house in the black hills of south dakota but i'm hoping to move somewhere in montana this spring. I'm hoping to find a decent piece of land and start practicing permaculture. Having someone else would be a huge bonus. In the summer Im a wildland firefighter and I like spending a lot of time out doors hiking with the dog, kayaking, or just sitting on the porch. I too prefer reading over watching tv and I recently started trying to make homemade sauerkraut. Hope to hear from you!
 
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Hello bella, I have a permaculture farm in Thailand. If your willing to travel then perhaps this is an option. I'm originally from canada...
Feel free to email me:
Sanctuarynaturalfarm@gmail.com
Thanks.
 
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