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Hi y'all, the name's James and now live around Kansas City Ks. Grew up in and spent a lot of my life in SE New Mexico/West Texas. Not sure what else to say at the moment but this, older I get, more I think of finding a spot of land and ignoring the insanity that is "modern life."

Just seems that living paycheck to paycheck and having nothing tangible to show for it is well, insane. Never had the chance to even do much gardening but never to late to learn. And am an accomplished cook, have worked with wood, even know a little about adobe. Am an artist as well and also trying to get legal where I live to get back into massage to improve myself and earn enough money to afford to at least dream about having a patch of land that's mine...

Have a nice night,
James
 
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National Park service is looking for help with restoring adobe buildings.

They have a restoration website, and have trouble finding folks that will rebuild the old, right way.

Might make a good excuse to go on the road, and find that dream site.....
 
I'm THIS CLOSE to ruling the world! Right after reading this tiny ad:
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