Marleny Alf

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Hello Sequoia and Sunny! Oh. my goodness! This is Marleny. from Mora!
Walid and I are looking for  couple just like you to live on our land in Mora- INDEFINITELY! I hope you're still available! We live and work in a Buddhist hermitage in Big Sur, CA.
Please, please let me know if you are still available! You have my e-mail, right? marle900@gmail.com

Much, much love,
M
4 years ago
Travis,

I am so, so sorry about this! Wish I could help. We have land to offer, but it is in Northern New Mexico, in the Mora Valley. We own 10 acres there, and it is fertile land, sunny, with an acequia (irrigation ditch) that runs year round. New Mexico has more sunny days than Florida. We built a yurt there, and it is very nice. We lived in it for one year with our children, but had to move away a year ago because we could not earn enough money: we are Waldorf teachers by trade. We all miss it. We do need someone to stay there and care for the land, and they could farm as much as they want to, especially if it's organic farming. What can I say? I know it's far-fetched, but if you need something like that, let me know. We now live and work in a Buddhist hermitage in Big Sur, CA.
May everything work out for the best for you all,
Marls

4 years ago
Hello ladies!
My husband and I own 10 acres by Morphy Lake State Park, a stone-throw away from national forest, in Mora County, NM. We live and work for now in a Buddhist hermitage in Big Sur, CA, and are looking for someone to be a  sitter for our land indefinitely. We built a yurt there and spent a winter with our children. We loved it, but could not earn money there: we are Waldorf teachers. The land has an acequia that runs year round: the lakes are right above us, so we get very clean water. We have a nice Jotul wood stove that worked very well for us.  It is just beautiful there, peaceful, fertile. Our neighbor is a writer and journalist, and she is away half of the week. She might be able to pay someone to care for her cats, or barter. The road is very rough, though, so it takes someone with 4WD and some guts (like us- LOL) We do have a phone line up there, and satellite internet is possible. We took our solar panels and batteries with us because we were concerned they could be stolen. We have a couple of apple trees, oaks, aspens, pines, etc. Many medicinal herbs and edible mushrooms. I miss it!
Do you have any ideas for me? The sitters would just have to support themselves, but would get a free place and the opportunity to garden and experiment with permaculture as much as they want. I appreciate any thoughts, and I wish you the BEST with your projects!
Marls
4 years ago