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Me = Male, 55, Aries, No wife, no kids, no ties.

I am a non-institutionalized human. I practice non-compliance. No diplomas, no certificates. No worshiping. No licenses or insurance’s. Highly self-educated & previously a contractor, I built my own recording and rehearsal studio and believed I was happy. Then I busted UNCLE Sam. This was not a good thing. He has many friends and will never admit a thing.

So I believe I know it all and wait for updates trickling up from the deep. I’m a musician of sorts, a builder for sure and a writer to come they pray not. I’ve been in So Cal. my whole life and tried more than thrice to leave. It’s not easy as you think to leave THINGS when they don’t want you to go.

As my opposition clears, possibilities will open and my awareness of them increase …. meaning, I’m gone when my last dog dies……. and I’m going off grid. It’s a principled choice. Newness needed. I can build a place from the ground up or we could dig down for cheap or….. I could simply take care of/manage your place. I can and have done it all. I love animals & they love me, have a green thumb and can prepare gourmet raw food (vegan) dishes or eat bark and not whine… (not) and I almost made it to Eagle scout as a kid.

I am also aware of alternate energy’s and water possibility’s that go beyond solar and wind…. I would love create some earth magic or ?… mud is OK too. NOTE: I highly recommend you read “Blueprint for a Better World” by Brian Desbourgh and get up to speed. After writing conspiracy books he wrote us answers and more in this. Short & sweet.

Why did Jack and Jill go “UP” the hill when we all know the water is down the hill? A simple logical answer is in the book but if you can’t wait ask and ye shall receive.

E-mail me.
Personally I have ton’s of energy and am in great shape for my age but …… 19 forever? har har
I love hard work or I could build you a computer from scratch and a website too.
Seriously, soon….
I’m looking to go way off the grid and maybe help out a group or family on open land where I can contribute, teach, build, and appreciate simplicity.

Any Ideas?

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8 Responses to “Looking & Listening”

  1. dee

    Although I can see Bob’s point, as some owners probably are selfish, but I have a different perspective. What parts of living free, are free? Who pays the mortgage and property taxes? I paid a lot for my land and still owe around $40k. So what makes it selfish to let someone live there and help with their labor? If they want to pay $50-100K for their share, sure, they don’t have to do much work, because we can hire someone else. I plan to sweat too, but I need someone with some knowledge and a fair amount of muscles so that I don’t have to learn by my mistakes and hire out as often. On the other hand, some of those that want to work for a place to live can be selfish also…I have had tenants that negotiate a reduced rent for work needed on the house, then they end up not paying rent or fixing the house…I end up losing big time (not just lost rents, but thousands to evict them).
    So…would it be best/more fair to pay someone on here to help, then just charge them rent to live there after it is done. Would that be more fair? Certainly not free for either party.

  2. ap

    Willing to walk the walk now. Trying to find a place where I can help someone and they in turn help me. Build, farm, fix, all for the sake of one’s own personal power and freedom, and to build it from the ground up. I am almost 38 now and would love to live with like minded individuals in a community or to help light up our own. Lived in Fresno and Clovis before, wouldnt mind returning.

  3. bob

    the more i read of these posts the more it looks like alot of people posting on here are just selfish land owners looking for free slave labor in exchange for “Star gazing” i think i speak for alot of people when i say most of us are looking for a off-grid location or community where we can meet like minded people and learn to live free. i guess when researching stuff like this we must be cautious as there are always vampires trying to extort you for their own selfish gain.

  4. Rick

    Check us out.

  5. jody

    Old Taylor, I have a few acres here in Ohio with a block house with well, old gravel pit on edge of property, near small college town. Need vision, know-how, and cooperation from like minded others. I’m a woman, mid-fifties with other place in Columbus Ohio and other problems pulling me away from this. This was my dad’s old place. Lots of southern exposure and some funds to put in solar panels,etc,; would like to garden several acres. Love dogs. Thrice, eh? southern California is an absorbing place. Please e-mail me if interested in this area. I liked what I read on your ad.

  6. Ryan

    The more I consider it, the more I’m drawn to become philosophical minimalist. I desire to find like minded people to pool resources. I’m in my 20’s and have the drive and prowess one would expect from a young man. Greatly interested in what was written here…

  7. Clay

    I design and build self-sustaining homes and am also looking for a place to settle with like mind people.

  8. ilana

    Have acreage in South Central Oregon high desert….am going off-grid soon….thought about finding others to help with building, etc. in exchange for sharing land and star gazing (no light polution).