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41 on 100 Acres Looking for Homestead Partner

 
                        
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Hi All,

I’ve just recently finished the purchase of 100 acres in East Tennessee that was an old homestead dating back to the 1800’s.

It’s an amazing place with lots of potential; springs, hardwoods, pastureland and seclusion.

The soil is great and the farm desires a lot to get started.  I’m currently in the process of moving my RV there which will have running water from the spring and a combo solar/propane generator set to start with.  

I’ve just repatriated to the States after many years around the world and am seeking a team mate to share ideas and help build a vision for the farm together, construct a home and focus on income production.

My job is a remote working job so I have a lot of flexibility and freedom.  My ideal soon to be friend would be a like-minded woman that is also encouraged by living sustainably in all aspects of life.  The rest of the like mindedness will come through conversation.

Please reach me singles, couples and others in the area.  Always willing to exchange ideas and help others.
 
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Best wishes for your new endeavour. . Ive visited that region and it has a lot of appeal. I decided to go back to the West coast but have that region as a option.
 
                        
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Jeremy Baker wrote:Best wishes for your new endeavour. . Ive visited that region and it has a lot of appeal. I decided to go back to the West coast but have that region as a option.



Thanks for the well wishes. I knew that this area was a win for many reasons and finally found my dream property.

Good luck out West!
 
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Hi, I’m a 45 year old female seeking land and a male partner who shares a similar vision of sustainable living and farming. I live in California but the cost of living and drought are major challenges here, so I’ve expanded my search to OR, WA, TN, and NC. Also, I travelled abroad a lot in my 20s and 30s, so we might share a similar global perspective. If you’re interested in conversing you can private message me.
Best wishes to you and congratulations on your new homestead!
 
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Need to get out the city n start fresh!! Imma mans man single looking for a beautiful ..well edgucated hands on female who is willing to live our days out in nature ..farm hunt ex..im hands on and hunt I love the outdoors .
 
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Well hello neighbor!

I also live in East Tennessee  Diana here, artist and also wanting a more old school life. Live to live, no more craziness. Quite used to quiet and would love to at least be friends you're interested.

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Hi Jay! Congrats on you new home! I have presently been looking to do the same. Pm me if you would like to chat, I think we have a lot in common.
 
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is this post still active if so why cant we see an OP name?
im interested in learning more about tennessee!
 
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Yeah, I'm not sure the OP is still here on Permies, unless they created a different account after their first was retired.
 
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I’ll ask the same question. Why do some names get blacked out?
 
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Jeremy Baker wrote:I’ll ask the same question. Why do some names get blacked out?



This is always (I think) for not following one of the permie.com policies (real-sounding name, be nice, etc.). In some cases, I think it's reversible, by ... starting to follow the policies.
 
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Congrats! I know building solo is not what I want. I find building with a partner to be 10x better. What is your name? I'm Lis. I have lived in FL, CA, NC, now VT. I'm just trying to find a place to lay roots. I've studied PV and greenbuilding for almost 10 years now. I have an endless list of skills and passions. Won't you share a pic?
 
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I would love to know more and share more if interested

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Jay Aboliton wrote:Hi All, hi I'm Angie.  Sounds beautiful I have 5 acres in Arizona. Would love and exchange of my info
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I’ve just recently finished the purchase of 100 acres in East Tennessee that was an old homestead dating back to the 1800’s.

It’s an amazing place with lots of potential; springs, hardwoods, pastureland and seclusion.

The soil is great and the farm desires a lot to get started.  I’m currently in the process of moving my RV there which will have running water from the spring and a combo solar/propane generator set to start with.  

I’ve just repatriated to the States after many years around the world and am seeking a team mate to share ideas and help build a vision for the farm together, construct a home and focus on income production.

My job is a remote working job so I have a lot of flexibility and freedom.  My ideal soon to be friend would be a like-minded woman that is also encouraged by living sustainably in all aspects of life.  The rest of the like mindedness will come through conversation.

Please reach me singles, couples and others in the area.  Always willing to exchange ideas and help others.

 
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Hi Angela
I think I may have sent you a purple message...? but if not I would love to chat/ mail you! My email is on my profile but here it is abeachdream@yahoo.com
L and L!
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Hi I'm Angela you sound amazing and your place sounds beautiful I'm looking for someone with this lifestyle I already live it out in the desert in Arizona and I love my place but it'd be awesome to go back and forth with my mates place and work both lands I do permaculture and I'm growing a food Forest my hair goes to my butt I'm 5'7 tan skin 5ft 5.  People tell me all the time I do not look my age and I don't feel my age I do my best to take care of myself but it would definitely would be fun and amazing to connect with someone on many levels I'm kind of an old-fashioned romantic with a slightly wild nature I would love to exchange pictures with you
 
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