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The Sanctuary (Near Tacoma Washington)

 
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The Sanctuary is a shy 5 acres nestled in a valley below My Rainier. It is home to a wide array of wildlife.
This is year 4 on the Sanctuary. The first two years were spent in careful observation. The goal is to truly be concious stewards of the life here as we develope our own infrastructure.
We are an hour from Seattle, even closer to Tacoma, within 15 minutes of Safeway, Fred Meyer, and Walmart, but also only a couple miles from national forest, and the Sanctuary is surrounded on 2 sides by a few hundred acres.
The Sanctuary is 100% off-grid. No running water. Our water is trucked in weekly. There is only one small cabin, and the beginning of a sacred geometry food forest.
We are conciously shaping our culture, traditions, and way of life.
We would really like more young people 17-30, who want to become thier healthiest and most divine selves. The Sanctuary is a space where we seek to heal, grow, and learn. We own businesses and have payed work for healthy, energetic members.
Including permaculture and farming skills, we enjoy reading, dancing, all arts and music, local waterfalls and much more. Sidenote, I am 28 and have been single for 3 years, living in the forest. I would love to meet a compatible woman to build this world with.
We hold events including classes/workshops, bonfires, ceremonies, and full moon gatherings!
If this sounds like something you are interested in, introduce yourself!!!
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It's weird that we cook bacon and bake cookies. Eat this tiny ad:
we are getting a new electric bicycle! Help us pick out which one!
https://permies.com/t/172255/permaculture-projects/electric-bicycle-pick
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