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Well after looking around on the web for information on my next project I again get sent to this forum. Seems like every project im looking to do this sight is a great source , so figured I should join.

Im a Kentucky hillbilly/river rat, Pro gun, Liberty loving , redneck , hippie. I know sounds strange but it is what it is. I have a few Acres and like to use it, Hunt, grow, Not really an environmentalist but if it something I can make here and cuts my dependence on the system.....Im all for it. Grew up the kid of a pair of survivalist back when you did not talk about it...lol.


Anyhow, Hello from Kentucky.
 
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Welcome Kyle.
 
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Hello from South Central , welcome to permies .
 
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