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What matters: nature, natural living, simplicity, truth & beauty, hot tubs, thunderstorms, meteor showers, rivers, fire, good food, good friends, family, music & art, yoga, walking, good health, the Tao ......... being in the country ............ simple living.

Additional interests & studies: ancient civilizations, history (not war), growing & preserving food, creating, metaphysics, spirit

Don't care much about the system, politics, climbing success ladders, religion, being drugged out & numbed down

Simple life with focus on nature. Living in the wild.  Do not deny what is pure, raw, wild and free....it may be the best of you.

If interested send me a post and i'll direct you to my website...........  peace
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You didn't mention snow.  That's what I've got here now.  Actually, one or two snows a year is enough for me.

I've been here in the Ozarks for 11 years now, near Ava.  Moving here was one of the best ideas I've ever had.

Shameless plug for anyone who's interested in the Ozarks.  I run the Ozark-Homestead list on groups.yahoo.com.

I'm not very good at writing descriptions of myself, but maybe I'll post a bio. Someday.

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Hi, You will have to forgive my lateness in regards to a reply. would love to chat with you at some time. Send me a link if u desire or I can send you, either way it works. Good living and look forward to your reply. Curtis 
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