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Interested in Intentional Community

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My husband, daughter, and I live in Mississippi and we are interested in moving to the Washington state area for an intentional community. We do not know a lot about this and are looking for information at this point. We would like to talk and form relationships with people who have experience or are experiencing this lifestyle. We have friends in the Spokane area, but we are really willing to move anywhere for a cooler climate. My family and I are interested in a more communal bond. Any and all information is welcomed. We currently have two homes that we have to sale before this is an option, so it will be a while before we will be able to move anywhere. We are interested in living off the land and forming lasting relationships. Thank you for all of your information! I look forward to meeting new people!
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Howdy Holly, welcome to permies!
I know you are probably looking for a direct response from a permie but in the mean time check out some of the links in this thread , if you have not done so already.
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