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Looking for like minded people to help us develop land

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Looking for 2 to 3 like minded people to help us develop our off grid paradise. We are located in Southern Oregon. We are near a large lake, hot springs, mountains, redwoods and a few hours from pacific ocean. We are meat eaters and would like to eventually raise animals for food once we have a pasture and barn.  We have a well established veggie garden and are planting fruit and nut trees. We have a composting toilet and cook outside but are working on milling wood to build our kitchen building. We do not have shower facilities but live close to a park that is open year round where we shower. We run a small generator in the evenings to charge phones and laptops etc. We have a propane fridge and stoves. We are looking for someone who is willing to rough it out here with us. Must have a vehicle and a savings to be able to take care of yourself until you get established. Work is easy to find if you are hardworking and reliable. Must be self suficient both physically and mentally.
We have had many experiences with people trying to live with us and not many of them understood fully how remote and raw this land is or fully understood the work it takes just to mearly survive much less flourish im this lifestyle.
Must be ready to live in a small camper (that we have) or have funds to build your own tiny home before winter comes.
No dogs, i know this is a hard one. We love dogs but have 3 of our own who are very protective of their home towards other dogs.
Please reach out if this sounds like something you are interested in and we can talk.
Must be willing to do background checks and have face to face interviews.
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