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Somehow I missed this when I started contributing to the forums.

Twenty-seven years old, been developing a 5 acre homestead with my eyes on the prize of a moderately large [60-200 acres or so] Regenerative Agriculture style farm somewhere here in Western Washington. We need a model site here in the PNW after all, and besides I love this sort of work more than anything else I've done in my life.

It's been great here so far, looking forward to seeing where life and Permaculture take me.
 
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Howdy Kyrt, are the Bullocks anywhere near you?

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If by near you mean a 4 hour trip [one way] that includes a ferry ride then yeah, they're totally near me.

It would be awesome to go visit some time [if they have a system set up to receive visitors] but it's going to be an all-day thing, and a long day at that.
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