Hi Robert! Welcome to Permies!
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Howdy Robert. Always good to meet a fellow backpacker. There is much useful info & many helpful people available on this site. I added this thread to the Europe regional forum. Hope that helps you reach your goals & learn the things specific to your area. Enjoy the journey!!!
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posted 8 months ago
Thank you for the warm welcome.
I'm thinking of eventually settling down in New England somewhere, or at least somewhere where there's a change of seasons. I have a long road ahead on my homesteading journey - it's nice to meet fellow travellers who are heading to a similar destination!
Hi Robert and welcome!. I visited the Czech Republic a few years back and loved it. Would you not consider a European destination instead of the States? There are so many choices here!
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posted 8 months ago
Mandyaunchbury-Rainey wrote:Would you not consider a European destination instead of the States? There are so many choices here!
Hi Mandy. I absolutely love Europe, but as far as a permanent destination goes...It's strange but I feel drawn to settling down in America (and visiting Europe whenever I can, of course).
Despite all of the things that I don't like in regard to the sort of mainstream american culture and leadership etc, I feel like an american. I identify more with the early pioneers and settlers than with the whole American Empire of Freedom (fries) kind of thing, but still, I feel like North America is my home and I'd like to do my part to make it a better place.
But who knows, maybe I'll end my days as a reindeer herdsman in Lappland :)
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