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I am looking for someone who needs help running their homestead or permaculture. I am searching for something in the Northern Washington area maybe Bellingham. I am offering my hard work, great attitude and good heart. In exchange I would like a place to rest my head and food. I am a laymen and will need to be taught most things. Being taught really is my main goal. But helping you is just as rewarding. I am willing to go the extra mile if need be. I am currently living in southern New Hampshire. I will be arriving the first week in January, either in Seattle or Bellingham by train. I am very low maintenance and would not need much to please. Currently I do not have the money to rent a place but will have the hard work to offer. I also have cooking experience. I am not a chef but I can prevent myself from burning the food myself or the kitchen! Please contact me if you are interested or know of someone who is and pass this posting along. Oh by the way I am a 33 year old male, single without children. I do not do hard drugs or have a criminal record. Thanks much!
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