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My dogs enjoying free open space...











 
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Sunrise at the Farm.


 
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Sprouting time! :)
















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Randi,

it became great your place! I love your house too!

How about the neighboring properties you mentioned earlier. Are they still not used by the neighbors and maybe for sale?

Annette
(looking for perma land to relocate to , somewhere in the tropics)
 
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Hi!

Is it too late to join the conversation?

I'm from Liloan, Cebu and currently working in Cebu city.

The past few days though led me to research about farming. I don't have a farm land yet but I'm in the "search mode" especially if they're just less than 2 hours away from home.

I've been inspired by my friend's calamansi and onion, but I'm also looking at cacao and other high value perennial crops.

I'm a bit overwhelmed of the things that I'm learning about farming, but I'll do it just one day at a time.

I hope I'll learn more here.

Good job on the house Randi! Nindot jud puyan.

Maybe one of these days I'll also be able to walk around your property.

Thanks!
 
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