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28F - Leaving this here while I live life

 
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I've been dreaming of the permaculture/homesteading life my whole life. I'm busy living my life doing what I like to do while hoping for the right person to come my way, meanwhile it might be useful to leave some breadcrumbs here and there to increase my chances. I'm looking for someone like-minded that can make a good team and family with me. I'm quite traditional in terms of what I'm looking for in a male partner. As for me, I'm capable and strong (mentally and physically), but I know my weaknesses and in what areas I'd benefit from someone else being there for me.
I'm open-minded and also have strong core values.
Beyond my permaculture interests and things loosely related, I also love running (I do ultra trail marathons), playing banjo and singing, doing crafty things like sewing, and thinking. I'm a thinker and good intelligent conversation is very important to me. Plus one of you have some sort of technical background like engineering, because then we will be able to speak each other's language better. I have degree in mechanical engineering and have worked in various jobs in that field without being fulfilled by the rat race. I'm currently spending my days volunteering on other people's farms through the WWOOF organization and mostly learning that many people aren't doing permaculture much better than I would do if I were to go ahead and start now. So I'm playing with the idea of buying some property and building myself a tiny stone house in the woods (currently just starting learning about stone masonry) and doing some permaculture stuff of my own. I've dabbled in various permaculture-related hobbies over the years. Gardening, raising chickens, cooking/baking of course, but ready to take it all the way.
Hopefully this was a useful ramble in giving an idea about who I am and enough to get you interested so we can ask eachother more questions.
Oh yeah, I'm from Kentucky and kind of feel an attachment to staying in the Appalachian region, but if you're able to convince me that you're the one, I'm open to relocating.
Happy days to you! Look forward to hearing from someone
 
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I am located in SE Missouri, sent you a message
 
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Hi I'm currently in Wisconsin now and plan on moving to Payson Arizona at the end of the summer email me and we can talk.     yontyont777@gmail.com.        Hope to hear from you soon!
 
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Hello fellow Kentuckian! 41/m here. Give me a holler if you'd like to chat about all things regenerative ag/ecosystem based - I was an automobile mechanic and landscaping/general construction laborer for a while, now I lean more towards tinkering in organic growing of vegetables and trees :) I work part-time at a diverse veggie market garden, and co-op sell some crops thru their established market from the property I live on. I'm looking to grow more on my own and a passionate partner would be great!
 
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Hello Rachel,
Im Kevin 34 from baltimore. Im 6' tall. I went to college for finance and banking. For the past years ive been learning to farm and build professionally. I have a pdc and care deeply for the earth and a relationship with source.
recently I was inspired to move to kY by a book. Ive been looking near Paducah. I lived in a tiny house I built for 2 years while farming, I have also woofed, and traveled to africa and Jerusalem. Im currently In PA working as a contractor/mason. so maybe you wanted to chat. I dont know how to put in a pic but my email is kevin  .  m . mccarty  without the spaces at gmail. Peace and love.
 
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I'm from PNW; have sent you a DM
 
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