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38 M seeking F to join homestead in Wyoming

 
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White Christian man, healthy & fit, 38 years old. No medical conditions, no drugs, no vax. I very rarely drink. I smoke tobacco and drink coffee. I am very traditional and skeptical of technology.
I am a widower with a young son. We live on an established homestead, but there is still much building to do. I am a blue collar guy, and I still work fulltime away from the homestead.

I am in south west Wyoming on a modest acreage surrounded by vast swathes of public land and open range grazing. Fully off-grid cabin with most modern appliances. (Some people have described it as a "tiny home," but I don't care for that designation. It is over 600 sq. ft.) I own everything outright. This is an extremely rural and very sparsely populated area. The nearby town has a population of approx. 3000. (45 minute drive to the nearest Walmart or McDonalds.)

I raise dairy goats and layer hens and have plans to expand my stock into other breeds this summer. The growing season is very short here, but modest gardening and crop raising is possible. I grow mostly potatoes and onions, some quick maturing greens, and animal fodder.
Practices on my farm include permaculture, organic gardening, traditional animal husbandry, purity (as the term is used on this forum), deep nutrition, and general self-sufficiency.

I need a strong woman for this homestead to function properly, and I would like to have more children.
If this is of interest to you, please contact me via message on the forum or email me at thehivern@protonmail.com
I am reluctant to post a picture of myself on the open forum, but I'd be happy to exchange pictures of myself and other more personal info via email, text, etc.
 
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Fred Herrington wrote:White Christian man, healthy & fit, 38 years old. No medical conditions, no drugs, no vax. I very rarely drink. I smoke tobacco and drink coffee. I am very traditional and skeptical of technology.
I am a widower with a young son. We live on an established homestead, but there is still much building to do. I am a blue collar guy, and I still work fulltime away from the homestead.

I am in south west Wyoming on a modest acreage surrounded by vast swathes of public land and open range grazing. Fully off-grid cabin with most modern appliances. (Some people have described it as a "tiny home," but I don't care for that designation. It is over 600 sq. ft.) I own everything outright. This is an extremely rural and very sparsely populated area. The nearby town has a population of approx. 3000. (45 minute drive to the nearest Walmart or McDonalds.)

I raise dairy goats and layer hens and have plans to expand my stock into other breeds this summer. The growing season is very short here, but modest gardening and crop raising is possible. I grow mostly potatoes and onions, some quick maturing greens, and animal fodder.
Practices on my farm include permaculture, organic gardening, traditional animal husbandry, purity (as the term is used on this forum), deep nutrition, and general self-sufficiency.

I need a strong woman for this homestead to function properly, and I would like to have more children.
If this is of interest to you, please contact me via message on the forum or email me at thehivern@protonmail.com
I am reluctant to post a picture of myself on the open forum, but I'd be happy to exchange pictures of myself and other more personal info via email, text, etc.



Hey brother, don't count us out, I think you will be great fit with us, might have some young ladies before it is all said and done. I think you might have an easier time getting one to move down the Caribbean than to Wyoming. Just a hunch.

All joking aside, I pray for all the best for your endeavor whatever you decided. Looking forward to hearing back from you.

In Christ,
Josh
 
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Joshua Johnson wrote:I think you might have an easier time getting one to move down the Caribbean than to Wyoming. Just a hunch.


There are also ladies that would prefer Wyoming over the Caribbean. Personally been to both places and definitely prefer Wyoming!
 
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Joshua Johnson wrote:Hey brother, don't count us out



Keeping all my options open.
 
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Hi,

I think your lifestyle sounds very appealing. I live in Texas, grew up hunting and fishing with my Dad and have gardened at home but have always hoped one day to end up away from the city and to have a homestead. I’m 27, I have a 1 year old daughter. Would be interested in getting to know each other
 
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Savvy Victoria wrote: Would be interested in getting to know each other



Email me.
 
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