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49 yo gay guy in West Texas looking for a life partner

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Checked this site out years ago, and there were only a couple of posts from gay guys, so looks like it has expanded a bit, which is great. Looking for a life partner.  I'm 49, 5'9" 170 lbs, fit, kinda geeky but outdoorsy, somewhat submissive/easy going demeanor. I have an MFA in painting, but have worked in education most of the various jobs I've had.  Attracted to most guys with purpose/drive/stability who are fit and who are at least a little more dominate/aggressive than me.  There are more than a few guys on this site I find attractive--anyone who uses their body outdoors/has some ruggedness--it's a huge plus. Age is not a huge issue, but it would be nice if you are within 10 years of my age.  Most importantly, I've been a pemaculturist in West Texas (Lubbock) for over twenty years, and I'm looking for a partner who has/wants a similar lifestyle, with sustainability/climate change action as a priority.    Anyway, I currently live off-grid in the city but have always wanted to build my own off-grid underground home somewhere in the southwest with diggable land like Lubbock (I think I know how to build one 400sq feet or so for under $10,000 with rainwater collection , solar panels, permaculture, etc.) Would love to have a partner to do it--we could build a couple or more (my brother also lives a similar lifestyle, and has knowledge of electrical engineering).  It is affordable to live here, and the weather, though somewhat difficult for plants, is not bad for human living,  Anyone interested?  You can look me up on Facebook.... Daniel Jay Lewis from Lubbock, Texas. Please hit me up no matter how old the post--it is so hard to make connections!
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