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RE: [permaculture-119] Seeking Inspiring Shared Habitat for Temporary Quarters

From: Nancy C.
Sent on: Monday, January 28, 2013 9:56 AM

HI Bruce- we are a permaculture farm and will be doing a great deal of woodworking this Mar/Apr, finshing our new shop.  We have associates here now but could discuss if one more is a good plan for you, us, give me a call please,  lots going on right now here, and our paths and projects are parallel and working together could prove symbiotic-  we have accomodations.  Nancy Chase[masked]

 

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From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Kimberly Leeper
Sent: Monday, January 28,[masked]:18 AM
To: [address removed]
Subject: [permaculture-119] Seeking Inspiring Shared Habitat for Temporary Quarters

 

I am looking for temporary accommodations Seattle north as far as Edmonds, Fidalgo, Marysville, ideally closer in. I will be needing this to begin sometime between March and April. I am, looking to stay for about 2 months max, unless it can evolve into longer stay. I will need at least a room to stay in a household, or an out building, or a space in a barn to live. I also need a workspace such as a barn, shed, garage, or basement to do wood work. I am willing and able to exchange some work and maintenance in exchange for rent.

I am a rainwater harvester, woodworker, trained in Permaculture and eco-systematic design. I seek community and an inspiring place to settle while I carry on my business and build a Tiny House on wheels for my next adventure in portable habitat.

thanks, bruce Hostetter[masked]





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