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Healthy Pensioner seeks cerebral roomate ~ $300  RSS feed

 
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Location: Lac La Hache BC
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Haha, I can't quite get over it.....
I just posted the following ad all over the internet

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Healthy Pensioner seeks cerebral roomate ~ $300

Lac La Hache Lakeshore - Local Phone, Hydro, wood heat included.
Share smallish house, extensive natural history library, big porch-yard, garden, chickens, cats, tons fish, numbed out, dumbed out neighbourhood, your own 10x20 foot bdrm, feed negotiable.
Pub, store, 1.5 mi. moderate substance use only please.
Weekly cheap bus to 100Mile, Wm Lk., Kamloops.
I would favour older, woodsy, or possibly younger birdwatcher sorts.
Upfront attributes obligatory.
~ 5 mi N of Lac La Hache town, on emerald.
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Then I ran into this Permies forum, and THEN i ran into the permaculture singles forum.
As I mentioned. Haha, I can't quite get over it.....

So hey, I'm workin on my 69th year. wife died last year and as someone has said on here before, I'm tending to talk to myself a lot, laugh at my own jokes, dance by myself. My few visitors probably wonder at my nonstop verbiosity. I'd say I'm ready for some company.

From my permies profile:

Location: Lac La Hache BC
Occupation: spending my pension, gardening, diggin wild roots, feeding my cats and chickens
Interests: adjusting gracefully to creeping senescence, cooking, fishing, no shortage of interests
I should mention that i'm still quite sexually active, a non sequitur to some, to others otherwise.
Biography: problem child, zookeeper, father, oilfield roughneck, uni student (biology), arctic surveyor, father, horsepacker and guide, father, grandfather, guerrilla grower, father, ecosystem analyst, grandfather again, a well travel worn pleasant peasant.....>

So yes, I speak permaculturese for many years now, but I've been a nomad sort of permaculturalist for most of my adult life, seldom the tied to one place kind. Even now that I'm slowing down some I have about thirty miles of shoreline to poke about in for my crayfish and roots, and all the kokanee or whitefish I could possibly eat, just on my lake alone. I do plenty of gardening but I don't ever begrudge some of it for the flying squirrels or mule deer.

Winter projects: finish digitaly cataloguing my library, convert my canoe to oars from paddles (more efficient), install electric motor to bicycle, try to stay off the damn internet.

so write me: koonaone at °°°°® { g °°°°® mail dot com } ® ± ¼

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