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Hi!

My name is Ruth. I am nearly 53 years of age. I don't take any type of medication meaning my health is in optimum condition.

I live in beautiful Portugal, a country that has many positive things to offer.

I am currently divorcing the father of my 11 years old daughter.

My dream is to keep looking after the beautiful farm where I am currently living. I am blessed to live in one of the most beautiful spots of Serra de Gardunha, a mountain range facing the Valley of  Gardunha.

The farm is very large. The land is comprised of 25 hectares of which at least 18 is woodland (mainly pine trees). The land is known for being one of the main sources of water of this area. Lots of water!

The land offer many potentially. I dream seeing here a 'proper' Permaculture project.

So, here I am...a free lady looking for a lovely, caring, nature lover and honest man to join me in this adventure we call life.

Interested?

The photo you see here, was taken  in the city of Castelo Branco, Pottugal, May 2017

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In the city of Castelo Branco
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Part of the land
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2017 vegetable garden
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sounds really wonderful ruth perharps we can have a talk on wycliff92@gmail.com
 
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If I wasn't married I'd start working on my Portuguese!  Best wishes Ruth.
 
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Hola Ruth

I'm interested to discuss your project ideas. Can you message me please: walkaboutnomad@yandex.com

Thanks
Stefan
 
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Currently in Montenegro looking to do the same, Portugal was my alternate destination. You just made it more interesting. 54 Canadian experienced.
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Wow Ruth,
What a beautifull project!
I am living in Hungary but i am busy finding a new place somewhere in portugal.
I have lived in France and Hungary and travelled a lot true many parts off the world.

Wish you all the best
 
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Hi Ruth.
Have You found a partner yet ?
Very interesting.  I am from north europe but lived the winters in Spain since 2008.
52 years old and strong.
My email is :  family.andersen@hotmail.com
Best regards
Soeren
 
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hi.  I am not your Mr right neither,  since I am married, I just want to tell you that me too just started my permaculture project in a 7 hectares property,  already build myself a dome cabin in that property, and currently building a dome home in another property,  I am trying to turn a degraded land into a forrest,  I am just starting to rehydrate the land using a keyline design, ponds  and swales, that is the first thing to do.  once that is done. the rest should be easier,  according to sepp holzer that is the more important thing to do. (the water) second step, is to follow geoff lawton and bill morrison principles, third step is to use the fukuoka method.  to spread seeds. just like sepp holzer do  too. well. at least that is what I am trying to do. but I just started,  well , now, a little bit about me.  like you. I have been moving around  a lot. lived  in the us and canada for a few years,   also in england for  a year, now I am back in mexico and ready to settle. unles something else comes up. if you have any question, please let  me know. I speak english and spanish, and I am trying to improve my french,  so maybe we could  exchange permaculture ideas and tips.
so  cheers and lets keep in touch.
 
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