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Ok, I am guilty of lurking for a bit, but why not come out in the open?

I have been a'woofin for the last three years since getting divorced.
I stay in between Metro detroit, and Southwest Michigan about 1.5 hours from Chicago during the northern "sweet spot".
My friends in SW MI have acerage that I nearly have carte blanche on, though minimal financial resources and equipment.
I have been keeping modest gardens, planting perrenials and trying to upgrade antiquated tractors. I also help out other farmers in
SW Mi and serve as a general handyman. I'm looking at potentially running sheep next year, and working in copious perrenials especially
goji berry and elderberry.

Broadly: I'm a Christian, shadetree mechanic, accordionist, farmhand, and mildly jaded by conspiracy culture.

I sometimes migrate to SC or FL for the winters.

I'm interested in networking, easing mine and others burdens through cooperation and ingenuity. I'm interested in friendship and
establishing a foundation of trust and functionality as a prerequisite before any more involved relations.

I'm straight, have no debt or children, I clean up pretty well from what they tell me.

Feel free to be in touch. If I depart MI, it will be by early Dec, perhaps southbound to SC, FL, though nothing is fixed.
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