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New Intentional Community right in the heart of Kentucky. Our first family of four has arrived a week ago, and we are already thriving. Grimm Acres Community Living, is a beautiful place to put down some roots, enjoy nature, explore the simple life, a time for quiet reflection, and be a part of a community that works together to achieve community goals.
Grimm Acres is a wonderful place to be at one with nature, animals, birds, and the trees that surround us. While at the same time each member of the community can engage in meaningful work. Creating tiny living shelters, discovering nature trails, creating healthy gardens to grow community food, animal husbandry, and discovering the meaning of community as we all work side by side together.
Grimm Acres is the best place to rediscover who you are, who you want to be, and where you want to be in life. Here you can learn new things, become a part of a community that is sustainable and self-sufficient, be able to help others, and journey with peace.
Living simply is the Grimm Acres way, and understanding that our place here on earth is to learn and help others learn in the process. We embrace learning new things, learning from others, and understand that many great minds can achieve much more than just one great mind.
Grimm Acres Irish Wolfhounds of Kentucky provides the ground work behind this community. Therefore, this business establishment is priority here. Every Irish Wolfhound is a part of the community living family, they live with us, sleep inside, love running outdoors, chilling on the porch. They are a part of every fabric in this community with no exceptions.
 
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Josie Filbert wrote:New Intentional Community right in the heart of Kentucky. Our first family of four has arrived a week ago, and we are already thriving. Grimm Acres Community Living, is a beautiful place to put down some roots, enjoy nature, explore the simple life, a time for quiet reflection, and be a part of a community that works together to achieve community goals.
Grimm Acres is a wonderful place to be at one with nature, animals, birds, and the trees that surround us. While at the same time each member of the community can engage in meaningful work. Creating tiny living shelters, discovering nature trails, creating healthy gardens to grow community food, animal husbandry, and discovering the meaning of community as we all work side by side together.
Grimm Acres is the best place to rediscover who you are, who you want to be, and where you want to be in life. Here you can learn new things, become a part of a community that is sustainable and self-sufficient, be able to help others, and journey with peace.
Living simply is the Grimm Acres way, and understanding that our place here on earth is to learn and help others learn in the process. We embrace learning new things, learning from others, and understand that many great minds can achieve much more than just one great mind.
Grimm Acres Irish Wolfhounds of Kentucky provides the ground work behind this community. Therefore, this business establishment is priority here. Every Irish Wolfhound is a part of the community living family, they live with us, sleep inside, love running outdoors, chilling on the porch. They are a part of every fabric in this community with no exceptions.



I am new to Kentucky and looking for peace love and happiness and interested in talking with you about work for room and board
 
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