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36yo guy seeking a new place to live. I currently have everthing i need in life car motorcycle house(rented) job(self employed gardener) etc. But its too much and id like to live off grid build my own accommodation. I'm a self taught mechanic and handy with all tools. If you may be able to help please contact me. Thanks. Bob
Mature man, skillful and reasonably fit, caring and trustworthy. A UK environmentalist, with community experience, qualifications and understanding, I would like a medium to long term place to share, call home and be actively part of. Now, will consider anywhere, whatever genuine offer, and respond, please ask the ??s you need answering. My needs are straightforward, meaningful, but not acute, and I always contribute time, effort and payment. Peace and Best to you in 2017 ~ especially all Diggers and Dreamers
Hello everyone, i was at lammas eco village not long ago volunteering in exchange for food and bourd it was such a beautiful place and im looking for another community that is very bushcraft based. I would like to work in woodland managment and learn primitive skills. im happy to travel out of the uk. Permaculture is very interesting also but id like to find something a little more primitive then lammas. Im a nice guy easy to get on with and happy to stay for however long. I have no commitments here in southampton. So o can just uo and leave when i like. So if you have a community that are very bishcraft based and looking for members or volunteers hit me up. Im looking to find a place with peoplewho know the primitive methods of flintknapping bow making. Foreging. Bushcraft shelters. I am saving a little money for traveling but id like to find a place i use mi inal money as possible. Any paid work in this area would be amazing too. I love to learn and learn very fast! Skills I'd like to learn, . Woodwork . Bushcraft . Herbalism. . Self sufficiency . General gardening. . Earthship building . Wattle and daub . Cob . Stone masonry . Animal husbandry . Permaculture . Blacksmithing . Brewing . Bowyer (for my own amusement and projects not to kill) Kind regards Dan Hope to hear from you Dan
Fit 70 year old seeks situation where 50 years backwood living in Munster(Ireland),Portugal and Wales would be appreciated.Keen on horses,pottery,trees.Five figure savings.Drawings/photos,email on chriswalker.hostei.com.Dorset/Norfolk preferred.Resident North Tipperary.
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We're Flic and Nick, a nomadic couple in our mid twenties, hoping to learn more about self sufficient, communal living and working with the land. We've returned from a 6 month trip around South East Asia, in which we spent 5 weeks in Thailand, living in the rainforest with a natural building community. It was during our time on the island of Koh Lanta that we discovered the fulfilment of community life and having a closer connection to the land. It was also here that we learned about Diggers and Dreamers from a fellow volunteer, and the possibility of living in a community in the UK. We are happy to undertake any kind of work in return for accommodation and meals. We are particularly keen to try our hand at organic/permaculture farming as we have not had the opportunity to do this before. We have reasonable DIY skills as we completely renovated a small flat before going to South East Asia. We also love to cook and Flic makes a mean loaf of bread. We find joy in a good day's work and we are always looking to learn new skills and ways of living. Perhaps less practical, but hopefully still relevant, Flic is a professional photographer and Nick writes, so we could also be a photographer and writer in residence. Here's a link to our travel blog if you would like to see some of our work: www.lightscamerabackpack.com We're planning to spend the next year exploring the UK, and our plans are very flexible. We would love to hear from any communities that would welcome us as visitors, for anything from a volunteering short stay, or with a view to becoming long term residents if our work can benefit the community. Thanks for taking the time to read all of this. If you would like any more information about us, please feel free to ask. We can be reached via this website or email@example.com .
Male 44 One of the most practical people you will ever meet Skills Arborist and professional gardener. Handyman in plumbing, basic electric installations, building basic carpendry, earth ship building, have fully renovated an old house. Currently underpinning walls to create a basement in the house I'm in now. Other handy thing I have done can do Wallpapering, tiling, carpets, laminate flooring, painting, plastering repairs, beekeeping, clay plastering, bio desiel systems, woodturning, creative workshops with waste. Basically can give most thing a go! Perfectionist at heart Range of sports have done can do equally diverse. Current ones are surfing and freediving, snowboarding. Time to change my lifestyle want to go as Ferral as I can. Willing to invest up to £60k. Own a 4 bedroom flat that gives me an income. Passion for healing, understanding the damage done to ourselver through patriarchy! Single! Message me at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a couple seeking a place in a co-operative. We are 53/60 years old with no children, but we do come with an extra large soppy dog & 2 cats. Our strengths are fruit growing, poultry keeping, jam/jelly & chutney making. We are meat eaters but do not have a problem with people who choose to be vegetarian or vegan. We tend to follow the humanist principles but have no problem again with people follow a religion. Our interests include model trains, buying & selling at car boot sales, aviculture, & tropical fish keeping. Jane (the female side of the couple) enjoys knitting & selling knitted items, planning theme gardens (Japanese/beach etc) also growing plants to sell from cuttings or seed. Clive enjoys do digging etc (manual labour)not afraid to get hands dirty. We have approx. £50,000 to invest upon selling our smallholding in France (properties are slow to sell here so we do not expect this will happen overnight) to invest the right co-operative. We like the idea of a co-operative that provides there own meat etc. Thank you for reading this Jane & Clive. PS we both enjoy course & sea fishing.