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March 12th:Traveling Couple Seeking Accommodations for 1 night near Missoula or Northern Idaho

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Location: NW Oregon/SW Washington
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My partner and I are soon traveling from the east coast to live and work on a farm in the central coast of BC, Canada.

We plan to cross the border into Canada from Idaho, and are hoping to find a farm, homestead, community, family, etc. who are willing to host us for one night.

We will not expect any food, but would appreciate simple and warm accommodations.

We will have two cats with us, who are both very clean and litter-trained, but we have a pen that we can hold them in if closing them in a room or cabin is not desirable to you.

We plan to arrive in the area around March 12th.

We're more than willing to do any chores or work during our short stay, as we'd be more than grateful for your hospitality.

Please email us at meghanmjahnke [at] gmail [dot] com, or send a private message on permies.

Thank you so very much, we hope to hear form you soon. Much Peace,

Megh and Quentin
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I live in Cody Wy and could put you up for the night...I know its a little out of your way but then you could drive through Yellowstone! Just email me if you are interested @ Goldberrygal@Yahoo.com
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