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looking for long term relationship, travel partner to wwoof, homestead. Pic included. 22, F

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I live in TN but am willing to relocate for the right person, since i fully intend to travel the country doing the wwoof program. I would love to eventually settle start and start an off grid or close to off grid homestead. I play guitar and sing and love art of all kinds. Email me if youd like to know more, please include a picture and some info about you! Im ready to start an adventure with someone.
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Location: Great Bend, Kansas (border on zone 5/6, 20"-25" yr)
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Hi Hannah,

I am betting you will be swarmed by excellent candidates for your journey soon. So though I may beyond your age limit, and live in the middle of Kansas, here's my foot in the ring.

I have been at building my dream now for two years on an acre plot; a techno savvy homestead that includes comfort and technology but pays special attention to waste, health, well being, and sustainable permacultural ideas.

I will be 31 this May, slender and fit, a long hair (tied back in picture), and a brain to boot. I eat 85-90% Paleo, like red wine, and 420 friendly though not in any way a pot head.

Alright, it shall be on you from here. Feel free to contact me at if you care for a conversation. If not, at least keep me in mind for your travels across the states, it would be great to have a permie visitor to the farm again!

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Hi Hannah, I'm Seth. I like your picture. I see kindness and honesty in your eyes.

I am currently working/wwoofing/interning (whatever you want to call it) at a farm in Texas, south of Houston. I don't have a "home" location...sold pretty much all of my stuff and have been just walking (busing, training, flying) around with my backpack for the last year+. I am not sure what exactly I am looking to do next, but like the idea of working (making some money, while learning) around at different places, while enjoying the traveling lifestyle. I would like to travel, work, save for a while and then get some land. I don't have any expectations, don't know that I am "actively looking" for a long term relationship, but I am always open to life and what it brings. It would be nice to have a friend on the journey, and if we felt a deeper connection, that would be great as well. From a "saving money to buy land" and also "more hands/ideas make light work" perspective, it would be very beneficial to have two people aiming for a common goal rather than just one. I like to sing and make sounds as well, and enjoy all music...and also silence at times. Let me know if you might like to talk.

be in joy...

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