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20-year-old Male Holistic Manager in Northern CA looking for Female Partner

 
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Location: Texas, USA/Coahuila, MX
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Hi! I'm a Holistic Management-trained, PDCertified, 20-year-old guy managing water buffalo on a farm in Northern California. I'd love to find a long-term monogamous female romantic partner to join in on the great HM/permie adventures I'll be having. I'm not picky about age range. Just be progressive and outdoorsy and adventurous!
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Sad to see you haven't got any replies here so I thought i'd bump this, looks like you are looking to embark on a great new adventure! Good luck in your search and don't underestimate sites like Okcupid or even places like Green Singles too.
 
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