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Self motivated 25+years industrial shutdowns-steel erecting-crew leading-iron worker/welder/fabricator of metal-old skool ACE torchman. Well versed in stick/MIG(wire feed) welding and the production of the strange not so ordinary fully functional machines such as commercial deliquifiers, can crushers, Hillbilly log sliders, HD gin pole beds, large hydraulic boom. ...rat rods-chop em and drop em wire em and fire em, many others from new and /or recycled(junk yard) materials. Also producer of amazing yard art(to help your community obtain positive cash flow) can teach the willing to weld, can as well build mundane metal pole barns and pipe field fencing. Experience in small engine repair, electrical home and barn wiring(to code). New or repair existing plumbing. Fully aware of cost effective/ materials list/cost. Gear/chain/belt drive-driven. Think outside the box(what box?). Gear/pully ratios-there's a formula for that...and working safe. Desire long term challenge/employment/stable living-workplace with tribe- community- individual to accomplish your goals. Require comfortable quarters/room-board(yes, I cook and wash dishes) and small weekly income. Much to offer- require little.
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Hey Roberto -
Please check us out  www.cricketscove.net
hubby is a professional blacksmith; you can see his work under the Forge tab.  If this is interesting, please complete our application under "getting your hands dirty with us"
thanks
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Hello!

We have a 112 acre farm in central Kentucky.  We have a herd of heritage breed cattle.  We are working on a number of projects that you may enjoy.  We have a garden, fruit trees, etc.  Experimenting with a food forest.  Started in bees.  Building a number of tiny homes on the farm.  We have 2 rv spots with hookups.

You can call me at 801-618-4935 (ask for Adam)
 
Don't count your weasels before they've popped. And now for a mulberry bush related tiny ad:
A rocket mass heater is the most sustainable way to heat a conventional home
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