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The last post I put here led to lots of interesting discussions on all sorts of things. My living situation is much more up to date at www.permaculturebob.org

I didn't post my age (born in 47) in the title because the title endures as is through the years, and replies to my last post were still active after three years. (obviously I didn't stop my birthdays at 66)

Totally into natural healing, trained in several modalities.

I totally get the admonition "if you're not having fun, you've got the design wrong"

Just looking for a woman with a sense of humor and in good health to increase the fun quotient

My 30 acres is just starting to blossom, with several developed pockets of excellent garden soil, fruit trees and bushes getting ready to bear, and lots of areas ready for new gardens.

spring is coming up fast and I'm still working to tighten up dams and swales  I've recently installed.

This summer I'll be looking to put a permanent roof on the second floor and ready to seriously manifest a really nice living situation. (My current one is nice, just a little cramped)

Off grid, solar and wind for electricity, looking to replace my rocket mass heater with solar hot water, and plan to try and install an earth tube at some point to get totally passive air conditioning.

Lot's of stuff happening, lot's of room for more stuff that you might want to make happen.








 
They gave me pumpkin ice cream. It was not pumpkin pie ice cream. Wiping my tongue on this tiny ad:
Switching from electric heat to a rocket mass heater reduces your carbon footprint as much as parking 7 cars
http://woodheat.net
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