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Hi, I'm Daniel. I live in New Hampshire, although will hopefully be moving to Maine in the near future. I'm not really an internet forum type of guy. I really just joined this forum to talk about rocket mass heaters because of an idea that I got from the podcast, but now that I see y'all have a tiny house forum, I might be sticking around. We (wife, two kids, and myself) are considering building a tiny house here so I might be hanging out in that area too.
 
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Howdy Daniel, welcome to permies!
 
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Welcome to permies my fellow New Englander
 
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Thanks, y'all. I'll have to admit that I'm pretty far from being a New Englander myself. That title belongs to my wife. She can trace her lineage back to the first known property map of Acton, ME. That girl's got some roots! She and her family are a big part of the reason that we hope to be moving back to Maine eventually.

I myself was a military brat growing up and bounced back and forth between east and west coast as well as living in Japan for a few years. There's no simple answer to where I'm from.
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