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I am looking for friends. I currently live in Curry County. I am a bit of a nomad. I haven't found the right place for me to settle and build a home. But I do love the area. I will be biking this up coming summer to find somewhere I want to stay and call home.I will be doing that for about a year. I like fishing, biking, hiking, camping, fire,four wheeling, mud, crafting, human anatomy, natural living. I am a bit low tech but I like some movies and tv shows and taking pictures and family home movies. 😀
 
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Hi Shannon,
i am glad i found your add here, i would be interested in what you are proposing, i am very interested in living in a healthy way and would like to learn all about permaculture and cob building and all the alternative energy options etc...
having a friend that have the same basic orientation would be a very nice addition to my life at this point, i am planing my next year rough schedule right now, i am staying in AZ atm and my rent will finish at the end of June, but i am might even leave earlier if i found something to start my journey with earlier.
if you are planing on going from a place to another camping and surviving on your own, maybe working in some farms for some experience and a little food money or something like that i would love to join you and maybe learn from you a thing or two, i am totally new to everything in here, i know where i am going, but i am not sure how i will get there, its kinda the same as you are looking for, find a place to call home, live and thrive and enjoy all the good things life offer.
i tried camping last november in CA in SLO area and Bigsur, it was just awesome, and i can't wait to go camping again, i love the life of freedome.
i was currently looking at all those farms in Oregon where they offer a room and food in exchange of 20-40 hours of work a week, but i am thinking your way of doing it would be much enjoyable, i'm honestly all over the place and want to try everything
i am 32 yo male.
kindly email me so we can see what we can plan
Iaddjandai@gmail.com
 
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Hey if you're still out there biking along:

I'm 26 and I want to build a home somewhere in the north west USA, possibly Alaska but not sure. I'm currently working and saving towards a plot of land somewhere. I'm from the Midwest and have southern values. I want to live in peace. I love cat fishing, mudding, arts and crafts (I'm a designer by trade) and hunting. I would love my own land and garden and goats roaming around.

jon
 
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