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Hey there people! Im looking for connections to likeminded persons - anywhere- but especially in texas, Oklahoma, arkansas and Louisiana. Im a single guy, and have had a hard time finding a single woman who shares my lifestyle preferences. Advice appreciated from those who have it. I built my home and hour east of dallas. It's solar powered, rainwater hydrated, off-grid. I have chickens and guineas and gardens and trees but am lacking the companion to share it with. That's the thing about self-sufficiency - just because you dont need anyone's help doesnt mean you dont want to have someone to enjoy it all with!
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Hi there BJ - you have a nice smile! So does the guy in the grey t-shirt
 
Bj Murrey
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I tolerate my human so long as he feeds me on time and doesnt make me roll over. He's ok but i have a feeling he's only using me to meet women!
 
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If only I was 11 years younger and 4000 miles further west!
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Hello my name Rachelle and I would love to join you for off the grid love, fun and living. I've been trying to find someone who wants to move to the wilderness and live in harmony with mother earth but its not as easy as one would think. I want to build a dome home earthship and its sounds like you may know how to help me. I wish I could actually live a self sustained lifestyle but I'm a girl and I'm pretty skinny so I don't think I would be able to do what its takes to survive on my own so I kinda need muscles and building skills to help me on my path to self reliance, I live in California but am definably willing to move for the right opportunity. I love animals and the outdoors and have lived the off the grid before but never intentionally. I really want to get away from it all and your hot! And wouldn't it be nice if we were soulmates? Anything is possible.
 
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Did you find your soulmate on here?
Are you still looking?
 
Bj Murrey
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HAHA! No luck. Still looking.
 
Sara Yag
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Wanna chat more?
Sara.yagelniski@gmail.com
 
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Well, I just moved off the singles market but live in ft Worth and am trying very hard to live as close to the permiculture life as I can at the moment. Bought my home last year solely for the quarter acre space and blank slate.

I'm not in the market for companionship as I adore my husband but I'm all for picking a local like-minded permie's brain and vice versa. Most people I meet think what I do is crazy but I love it!  So much satisfaction from  getting dirty and picking veggies every morning.

Annnnd, I know a very unmarried, pretty, intelligent foodie, into this stuff too but no access to land.
 
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Im interested!  HAHA! Go on...

Yeah it's nice to know we arent alone! What a gratifying life it is too! Ive never lived more with less or been happier!

Sara Rosenberg wrote:Well, I just moved off the singles market but live in ft Worth and am trying very hard to live as close to the permiculture life as I can at the moment. Bought my home last year solely for the quarter acre space and blank slate.

I'm not in the market for companionship as I adore my husband but I'm all for picking a local like-minded permie's brain and vice versa. Most people I meet think what I do is crazy but I love it!  So much satisfaction from  getting dirty and picking veggies every morning.

Annnnd, I know a very unmarried, pretty, intelligent foodie, into this stuff too but no access to land.

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BJ,
Still looking?
 
Bj Murrey
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sasha Wharton wrote:BJ,
Still looking?



Yep!!
 
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Well, I'm Not too far from you. Feel free to email:

sathersg@gmail.com
 
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