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George Hughes
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Location: Idaho 2,700' elevation 30-40" annual rain+snow
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Come share my Garden of Eatin'! I'm a community minded homesteader living on our 5 beautiful, productive acres of forest and garden with two tiny houses I built. I'm seeking male or female friends for short term camping or long term partners (romance or LTR possible with a woman). Shared values are important to me. I don't drink or smoke or use chemicals or fragrances of any kind and I have a strong work ethic. I have a sense of humor and enjoy hiking, skiing, gardening, cooking, and music, especially bluegrass. (Any banjo pickin' gals out there?). I'm very liberal politically, but I'm not very active politically. I really want to help move society away from money based to life based mindset. I love living rural, but I want to help with urban transformation and youth education as well. Global warming awareness and natural carbon sequestration are very important to me. I'm over half way to food sustainability, could reach 90% soon. I grow seeds for a local seed coop. It is a small income so far, but with growth potential. Mature fruit trees and berries. I love propagating plants. Would love to create homesteads for newbies. I guess that's enough to get started with. Am open to short term visitors as well.

George
 
Deb Rebel
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Picture of yourself might help, an age range if you are looking for lady companion, a picture or two of the place... are kids okay? What about animals (someone might have a dog or cat...). Do you have any critters now or plan on it, or would you allow someone to get some after showing and you hit it off?
 
David Livingston
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and maybe a pic of your banjo
 
George Hughes
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Hi Deb, I'm not very concerned about age or looks in a potential romantic partner. Children are very welcome here, and I love teaching and children, but there are no other children within 5 miles. It is mostly retirees on this road and we do get snowed in most winters, so I would be concerned about social isolation for children. Animals would need to be useful and not hinder the garden. We had chickens for a while, but they were the digging type (bantams). I'm interested in chickens, rabbits and goats, but working on ideas for homegrown food for them. In the mean time I'm learning to bow hunt. Pictures I prefer to do by PM and actually I play guitar and piano! But a fiddler or banjo player would be really fun to round out the band.

George
 
Jen Fan
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Woah, you're in Idaho?  I don't see that often.  Where abouts are ya?
 
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