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we have an amazing 9 acre property in discovery bay on the olympic peninsula. using permaculture principles we have developed into a great opportunity. infrastructure is mostly done. we have 2 year round streams. we have a 2 acres fenced in with orchards, gardens, and ducks. there are multiple tiny home or rv sites available for rent with all utilities including internet. we have rv available for rent. we have a huge nursery and are ready to plant many more hundreds of plants this winter. we have an ideal location a minutes walk away from a local pub and natural food store. also can launch a kayak in that same walk, into the sound. neighbor above has 20 acres and is a great friend. we have similar aspirations with water systems and orchards. lots of ponds and earthworks to happen. hipcamp next year. love to chat and receive a statement of interest to join our flourishing project.

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May you post some more pictures and descriptions of what you are doing? What your plans are for the future? What types of prospective people you are looking for? Are you welcome to people who want to gain experience but don't have it yet?
 
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i am willing to have a conversation.

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What times of the day and week would be best for calling you?
 
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anytime. just keep calling till you get me
 
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In would love tot talk to you about working and helping on your property in exchange for a place to put my home lol. If you e-mail me at kiltedtraveler @outlook.com
 
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I have a small family, 2 kids and hubby. Would you be instereted in that?
 
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we would invite a family like yours. we will first need a proposal and background in order to consider you from the many applicants. you would also need your own living structure.

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I think I'll just lie down here for a second. And ponder this tiny ad:
permaculture bootcamp - learn permaculture through a little hard work
https://permies.com/wiki/bootcamp
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