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Seeking warm winter gardening exchange

 
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Hi, currently gardening in VT til Oct and would like to see what's out there to keep up the gardening lifestyle this winter. Been learning a lot the past few years with research, playing with my own gardens, organic farming, and a hand tools decorative gardening job. Wandered around quite a bit over the years through HelpX, Coolworks, NOFAVT, ic.org, and luck so I'm used to living minimally in new places. Like many, I'm just trying to find a balance with the ways of the world today and camping out, biking around, gardening, eating delicious food, and chilling with cool people is good enough for me. Wouldn't need much for shelter if it's warm enough to do much gardening, just a campsite. Ideally within biking distance of a funky coffee shop and enough population to provide enough paid gigs to cover luxuries and travel
 
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