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It would be nice to find a woman who understands what I am trying to do.

 
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Heck,
It would be nice if I knew what I was trying to do!

I stopped being what everyone expected me to be a while ago and instead of chasing jobs as a substitute teacher or going back into the work for someone else's dream and collect a paycheck just to survive lifestyle I took a chance.
I bought a couple acres out of town and started designing my own oasis. I started planning to go of the grid. This was not really a spur of the moment thing it was a dream for a long time.
I designed an awesome idea and I started going for it. I have hit some snags and have had some bumps and bruises along the way. I don't want to quit and I am not ready to give up.
I am hoping to find a woman whom wants to take a chance at self sufficiency or at least helping to start up a homestead. I also like to take long bike rides I ride up and down the SoCal coast.
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LOL @ "It would be nice if I knew what I was trying to do!"

Mark, I admire your sense of adventure. I often ponder what it will be like when I figure out my own "adult" future (and I'm 61). If we have no hopes or dreams, what do we have?

Best of luck to you.

Lynn
 
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Curious to know how it is going for you?
 
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