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Seeking income sharing community anywhere Tropical

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Hello, my name is Tim, my fiance Nadina and son Helios who is almost 2. Are looking to be apart of a intentional community who shares an income. We are  permaculture enthusiasts but are far from being experts on the subject. We would want to grow fruit trees and to grow veggies in a bio intensive garden. We are vegans so we wouldn't want to raise animals for slaughter. But that doesn't mean we wouldn't want to join because the farm does. We just don't want to be a part of that on the farm. We are very open minded people and aren't here to judge others on what they eat.
  As of now we live in snowflake, Arizona on 43 acers in a tiny home. We have no water or electricity on the property. So we are used to being without much. We take our showers with a five gallon bucket. And we have a water tank on a trailer we use to get water. And for electricity we use a generator but hardly ever use it. We we're  going to harvest rain water and use solar for electricity but haven't got there. We're wanting to start our own community. But the  finances are just not available. And we need equipment to get things going. So we decided that we rather look to join someone else's intentional community. And we rather be somewhere in the tropics. Since that's where we would have bought in the first place if we had the funds to do so.
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