Greetings. I am currently in exploration in living off-grid and would be able to provide my constructive experience as well as learning more about what it really takes to live off-grid in a small community or even a small start-up. I lived briefly semi off-grid in the rural mountains in N.C. but have since then learned a lot more about what it takes to not only be creative, but how to and what it takes to survive in an area that is not near the hustle and bustle of living in the city life. I hold a degree in Applied Science and recently started learning about the permaculture life and the development of a small but attainable lifestyle.
I am a very down to earth person and love working with hard working people as this is the kind of life that it takes to make a person or community happy. There is more to the story besides what I have already explained however I figured this could be a simple start to something I not only have wanted to put into exercise, but towards a happier and healthier lifestyle. I hope to hear from someone who is maybe established in need of more muscle, brains and even the developer type that could use the assistance on a daily basis.
Thank you for taking the time to read my ad and I hope to be able to meet some great people as this is another fascination that can create Smiles for Miles!!
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