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I am a dreamer and a lover.

I dream of living close to the earth and I am looking for a dreamer to start a homestead together, or at least have a yummy garden.

Together we will build a temple of love.
Are you ready to challenge the 'boundaries' of love because there are none. What more can we do to expand love beyond the normal limits? To go from being reactive to proactive, by ending cycles of hate with infinite love.

I wonder if you can also be a bit silly? lol

I'm open to moving. Recently I lived in Portland, Oregon for two and a half years. Almost froze... so my next target is definitely farther south I've been doing some research and there are quite a few earthy-type intentional communities in the US and Costa Rica that have caught my attention. I'm definitely up for having travel buddies if anyone is interested.

I studied multimedia and special education recently and graduated. I also ran a campaign to promote local produce for four years. I worked in ecotourism for another ten years, including nature tours and also management. I love dancing and yoga. I can see myself promoting lots of yummy things in the future, as well as doing some outreach for at risk adults and children.

Basically, I would love to find a place to plant my seed and a special someone to grow with
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Portland isn't far from me I've got 5 acers in nemah Washington I'm just starting out
 
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Depending on how far south you want to go and what your looking for.  I am looking for someone to help work on my 30 acres that I acquired and having a challenge of making it a better place here the West Texas area.  Even if you do end up down this way to be a neighbor to help build a network of people around here making a better ecosystem.
 
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If you are not reluctant to learn some Russian, Abkhazia is an interesting place.
Plenty of challenges, but also good conditions.

(Lager post about Abkhazia will come soon.)
 
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If you're still in the portland area the Mothership urban intentional community might be a good resource.
 
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Kent Burns wrote:Portland isn't far from me I've got 5 acers in nemah Washington I'm just starting out



Hi Kent, Just starting out sounds like a challenging but fun stage to be in! Sorry, Washington is way to northbound for me. Like I mentioned Portland ended up being too cold;( Best of everything! Peace, Noelle
 
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James Everett wrote:Depending on how far south you want to go and what your looking for.  I am looking for someone to help work on my 30 acres that I acquired and having a challenge of making it a better place here the West Texas area.  Even if you do end up down this way to be a neighbor to help build a network of people around here making a better ecosystem.



Hi James, my sister lives in Austin so I do have interest in spending more time in the area. We should keep in contact. Are we allowed to exchange emails on this website? I'm new so I'm not sure about the protocol. Sending lots of positive vibes towards the success of your project!!! Noelle
 
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Sebastian Köln wrote:If you are not reluctant to learn some Russian, Abkhazia is an interesting place.
Plenty of challenges, but also good conditions.

(Lager post about Abkhazia will come soon.)



Dear Sebastian,

Thanks for the offer. Sounds interesting but just a little too far! Blessings, Noelle
 
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Josh Fast wrote:If you're still in the portland area the Mothership urban intentional community might be a good resource.



Hi Josh, Thanks for the tip but I'm not in Portland anymore. You're awesome!!! Noelle
 
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Hey Noelle!

I currently live in Bryan TX and am in the early stages of starting an urban farm. You can check out my urban farm IG (@lumbreurbanfarm) and see what you think. I enjoy riding bicycles, gardening, hiking, mountains, yoga, and much more. Your post and  life experience really peaked my interest. I have always been a dreamer as well and am interested in realizing a more natural and independent lifestyle.

If you have any interest in getting to know me, shoot me a message at my username at gmail. Good luck finding what you are looking for!

Chris
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Hello Noelle,

I'm 35 and homesteading in TN. I'm looking for love and a garden friend. I love nature, animals, and creating something from nothing. I have one acre right now but if someone wanted to join me and expand, I would definitely like to do that!

natejo82@gmail.com
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Chris Crouch wrote:Hey Noelle!

I currently live in Bryan TX and am in the early stages of starting an urban farm. You can check out my urban farm IG (@lumbreurbanfarm) and see what you think. I enjoy riding bicycles, gardening, hiking, mountains, yoga, and much more. Your post and  life experience really peaked my interest. I have always been a dreamer as well and am interested in realizing a more natural and independent lifestyle.

If you have any interest in getting to know me, shoot me a message at my username at gmail. Good luck finding what you are looking for!

Chris



Hi Chris,

Fabulous farm photos Chris and thanks for sharing photos of you and your daughter with me. I'll reach out to you soon!

Be well, Noelle
 
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Daniel Jones wrote:Hello Noelle,

I'm 35 and homesteading in TN. I'm looking for love and a garden friend. I love nature, animals, and creating something from nothing. I have one acre right now but if someone wanted to join me and expand, I would definitely like to do that!

natejo82@gmail.com



Hi Daniel! (or is it Nate?)

I like your simplicity! I'll send out a hello someday soon.

Take care, Noelle
 
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You're welcome Noelle! I look forward to hearing from you. My email is actually ccrouch001 at gmail. Take care.

Chris
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Hey Noelle,

Your profile has definitely got me dreaming.

I'm living in the foothills of the Appalachian mountain chain in North West Georgia.
We have lots of water here and stay green and hot seven months of the year;
with enough winter to enjoy without being too cold for too long.

I love gardening and simple living and long for a partner.

One of my greatest interests is promoting health (human and Earth) through nutrition and lifestyle.

If you still are seeking a place and a mate, let me know.

I'd love to get to know You.

Loving---YES (We only live, to learn, to love.)
Silly to a fault. d;-/

Sincerely,
Coleman

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