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I have a trailer and solar, and going to build a home after we build up the property.
Looking for other families (I have two toddlers) that share a dream of living off the land and having community for your kiddos.

Land is off grid and about an hour from Costco’s, health food stores cafes breweries and such. The town were in is small and has some stores.

Before the winter we’ll have greenhouses, indoor and outdoor kid play areas, farm animals and be working towards being self sustaining!

 
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Nice idea!
 
I do some of my very best work in water. Like this tiny ad:
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