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Hi, I'm Reuben.

I'm an engineer. I'm from Juneau, Alaska, but I currently live and work in Las Vegas. I came across permaculture about a year ago, and have not been able to stop reading and researching, and plotting and scheming on how to put all of the principles to work in a project of my own. Either in Southern Nevada or Southern Utah. I plan on either buying some land outright or possibly applying for a desert land entry with the blm.

I'm a good, normal guy. I am 27. Pretty fit. I play the guitar, the fiddle, and am learning the piano. I am also learning how to kiteboard on Lake Mead and the Colorado River. I speak Russian--lived in Ukraine for work for a couple of years helping to disarm some of their nuclear arsenal.

I am looking for a nice girl. Someone who doesn't run out the door as soon as I start talking about a great life out in the country on a ranch (which happens more often than you might think). But I'm also looking for friendship and connection, so drop me a line.

Reply to me here, or find me on facebook, or email me 667426@gmail.com.

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