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We are three in KY with 62 acres, open for people to visit/join

 
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Hey kinfolk (my new favorite Appalachian word).

We have a beautiful piece of land near Berea, Kentucky and are interested in travelers, permies and other people excited to join us in creating adventures this year, learning together. We are surrounded by a beautiful group of neighbors and extended community which makes rural life super enjoyable and full of social time and opportunities.

This year, our main focus will be building a log cabin that we will call home.

Secondary focuses will be making money (we have plans and are open to more ideas!) and community organizing (we are working with Permaculture Action Network to organize action days in the surrounding areas, as well as thePOOSH.org and will be soon launching our new project, Hands On Earth Permaculture).

We'd LOVE to do more but we are only three.

We're flexible as to how the arrangement could go. Don't be afraid to contact us at michaelbeck14903(at)gmail.com !

 
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Hey that I mad cool I'm most stoked about how you are building a log cabin that's what I've wanted to do for like 2 years!

I am 29 yrs old, 7 yrs of travelling under my belt. I have been camping in the cold near Baltimore getting my gear together for a new trip.
I'll be rolling with a pack, a tent, a mummy sack, an army blanket, an army parka, and some hoodies with my Walmart tims on.

I'm leaving VERY soon. The plan is mostly to hitchhike south and try to stop at any cool farms or communities where I can build stuff and camp out for a while.
KY is a very possible destination once I do Baltimore - Richmond.

I will try to keep in touch w/ you.
email me darrej01@gmail.com

also I am trying to blog about what I'm doing.
johndarrell.weebly.com

cheers.
 
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Hi,  I'm wondering if I can ask for some details about what you want to do.
 
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