Great post and kudos for ‘seeing the light’ and wanting to get out of the city and back to the basics. Im a few years out of your age range but if you’re considering Montana for your mountain life I’d be glad to give you some insight.
I moved to Montana (near Helena) when I was around your age and let me just say it’s frickin awesome out here - breathtakingly beautiful, unlimited recreation, and certainly less judgmental than city life. Do your research though and realize that wherever you end up the culture may be quite different than what you’re used to. I have no idea what you Texans are like as I’ve never been there but what I’ve noticed out here is that folks put a very high value on recreation (hiking, camping, fishing, hunting, biking, etc) and have a strong dislike for city folk that come in and bring their city thinking and habits with them. It takes awhile to adjust to the slower pace but once you do you’ll wonder how in the hell you ever lived anywhere else. I’m not sure what you mean by ‘farming community’ but farmers markets, hiking, nature and laid back good people (for the most part) are just part of life out here. As for finding a partner I wouldn't worry too much. You’re a beautiful gal and will likely be swarmed by dudes wherever you go.
Take care and good luck with your adventure.