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Hello,
I’m new here but figured I’d try. It’s hard to date when in the back of your mind you know what you truly want in life may not match with most people. They like cities and fancy things but I yearn to get back to nature and do things naturally, even if it is the hard way. I want to labor for myself and not my corporate masters.

Yes I will someday be forced to go it alone if I never meet anyone like minded. But I sure do hope he is out there! Until then I’m practicing my skills at home and soaking up all the knowledge I will need one day out there in my off-grid home.

Are you within a reasonable age of me? Age is not an issue for me unless it is over a decade apart. Then it may be a bit hard to bridge that gap. Obviously chemistry is important too. Most importantly, I need someone who can capture my mind and my heart and will not be quick to ruin something that can take a long time to grow. I am looking for the distance and want it to last.

Hope to hear from anyone even for a word or two of encouragement. Greetings from Arizona!

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I'm not seeking a partner right now but I can definitely offer you those words of encouragement. I feel the same way as you, learning what I can with the goal of moving to a home I build on the slow path, my path, in tune with nature.  In the coming months, more people will come to feel that way.  So I'm confident you'll find like-minded people.  And you have amazing bunnies, what's not to love?  :)
 
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Hi Heather, I know you think I am to old and that's OK, but if you want to talk and want to see some different land for off grid living I am only 75 miles from Arizona.

Tom
 
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Hey Heather,  

I would like to chat with you via email.  
Much of what you have written resonates with me.  I'm in Virginia.
You may contact me at brewerbeme@yahoo.com

Greg
 
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Heather Butler wrote:Hello,
I’m new here but figured I’d try. It’s hard to date when in the back of your mind you know what you truly want in life may not match with most people. They like cities and fancy things but I yearn to get back to nature and do things naturally, even if it is the hard way. I want to labor for myself and not my corporate masters.

Yes I will someday be forced to go it alone if I never meet anyone like minded. But I sure do hope he is out there! Until then I’m practicing my skills at home and soaking up all the knowledge I will need one day out there in my off-grid home.

Are you within a reasonable age of me? Age is not an issue for me unless it is over a decade apart. Then it may be a bit hard to bridge that gap. Obviously chemistry is important too. Most importantly, I need someone who can capture my mind and my heart and will not be quick to ruin something that can take a long time to grow. I am looking for the distance and want it to last.

Hope to hear from anyone even for a word or two of encouragement. Greetings from Arizona!



Can't help you myself as I have two partners already and don't live in Arizona, but as a fellow rabbit caregiver, I will tell you there is definitely somebody out there for you! You're gorgeous and you know what you want. I'm confident someone out there will want a woman with determination, grit, and great looks. And once you find them, then you get 2 more bunnies!!! 🐰🐰🐰🐰🐰

Wishing you luck and love from Massachusetts
 
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Hi Heather
My name is Tom, and I am so in tune with what you have written.
I was born and raised in Germany, and I have lived in Canada now for 25 years, half of my life, and I came here with that goal in mind, to live on and from my own l land and labour.
Live came in between, I got married and she was not interested in this life style, which I found out too late. I am divorced since 2011 and my kids are pretty much grown up, therefore I am now free and ready to follow my dreams.
With this insanity going on around the world, I feel that it is already 5 past 12, and I need to make a move soon, as I feel less and less to be fitting into this society of following sheep...
I would like to hear more about you.
Sincerely,
Tom
 
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