i am a 25 year old woman who has been wanting to live off grid but can’t do it alone. I love diy projects and very useful in every situation. Although I have some things to learn I wanna find someone who’ll have me.

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16 Responses to “Looking for someone who’s already off the grid who wants a companion”

  1. Steven Irvine

    I am 34 year’s old in campbellville CA been off grid five years and looking for a sexy solid woman to share with.

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  2. Vanessa

    Hi i can be e-mailed at vanessafrancesmccray@gmail.com

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  3. Vanessa

    Hi everyone and Happy New Year! I have been preparing to go off the grid for almost two years now. I am looking for a man that wants to be in a relationship and work together with living off the grid. I would like to know what phase are you with that. I have land within in a community and my Cabin will be set up there this week. You have some hustle about yourself , income to help with set up ,no drugs and be like minded.

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  4. Gilbert Marquez

    Retired 55 year Vet, wants to share his home and ranch. Sierra Blanca Near El Paso Texas.
    Must be a woman who believes in God…

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  5. Benjamin Nave

    Hello I have A small property in Illinois may be interested check out Benjy Nave’s Camp on you tube!

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  6. LJS TEXAS

    Hello, peeps ,I want a woman to share all of my hopes dreams & asperations with setting up camp by 4/15/2016 if I get help rite away we can be friends for now.take care of business first go from. There hit me up don’t be a procrastinator no time for that got to get out there by 4/15/2016 to plant all those seeds for food sell.and canning. Save your self llets do this text with.the word LJSTEXAS. 325-242-6839. Or E me at eagledown20@gmail.com thank you

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  7. MountainMan12g

    I am off-grid in New Hampshire, running brook on property of 30 acres and minimal living costs. Perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, lots of local and regional activities and only 3 hours from Boston. Working on a second cabin and a treehouse. Open to most ideas.

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  8. Jamie

    Hi, I have 30 acres, but only use about 5. I live off grid and have 2 RV’s for volunteers to live in. We have a group of farms that help each other out. I’ve teamed up with someone from our group to expand the business to be a community business growing wild medicinal herbs. if you want to talk, email me at missouriherbs@gmail.com

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  9. Chris

    I have ten acres with off grid home in the new mexico mountains..my property is against national forest and quite quiet and secluded. I am considering building a few tiny homes/microcabins.. passive solar, plus solar electric, rain water harvesting, etc.. I am exploring the idea of renting them out, very reasonably.. but not sure if the business model would work………?

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  10. offgridman

    Are you looking for a man, or a friend and companion. i already live off grid

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  11. Dan

    Hey, this is Dan-I have already purchased 6 acres with a year round clean water source. Property is in Tennessee. Shoot me an email as to how to communicate with you. highmpactsolutions@ gmail.com

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  12. ian

    contact me if your still looking,
    ianjzee@icloud.com
    regards
    ian

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  13. Scruffy

    Hi.
    I am thinking about taking on someone here at Dirtwater to help me build a simi-offgrid situation, I am already half way there. I am in a secluded location but nowhere is without people near by anymore. East Texas has good all around weather which is great for off grid situations most of the year. You are half my age so I am not seeking you as a mate, so to speak but I am alone here. I do like my solitude to some degree, how ever, being alone one gets complacent. This is a no strings contact, Tell me something and I will respond.
    Thanks
    Scruffy old dude.

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  14. mark

    I am started in that direction. To bad your so young. I have a ad on here.

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  15. Wes

    Another question for you is are you ready to go off grid with someone that is ready to go off the grid or does it have to be someone that is already off grid. I’m headed to Alaska and looking for a companion to hunt, work the land and enjoy this life style with. I am older but if age does not matter to you then great.

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  16. Wes

    The question is where are you looking to go off the grid at ? What state or does it not matter ?

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