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Man seeking 1 or 2 women for summer homesteading

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Of course it's okay... Don't let fear paralyze you from action to your life's goals for happiness. So, here's my plug....I have a really awesome place near show low, Arizona. It's so n 30 acres and over the years to been making it livable. Problem is that one person takes twice as long as two to do certain things. So, I'm looking for 1 or 2 females who want to live off grid and give it a try this summer. so much work to be done...2 ponds, irrigation, bees, major garden/farm, Swales, weirs, farmers market stuff like soap, sprouts, etc. the place is really nice and in the middle of 30 acre my building is a shell and would need some very minor build out to make livable (this I need help with too)...so much more to say here....no t necessarily seeking a lover, not closed to it, but my primary mission is to homestead the land and share the fruit of labor. I have guy friends and know myself well enough that I would be best off in an arrangement w 1 or 2 altruistic females sharing a common cause. Looking at May 1st ish begin date...horses okay, dogs (unfortunately I need to give mine some peace in her old age and she scraps with every dog), cats are okay. But it's rural and not likely a good survival situation for a cat, but they do live out there...just lots of predators. Let's begin to know each other more. You can reply to me at pe68 at ymail Com.
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