Hi there! I’m a single male, in my 30’s, in great shape and I’m determined to go off the grid and start the next chapter of my life. I’m just fed up with the world we live in and the hand that I’ve been dealt. I have land that I’m about to buy in Colorado, just an hour or so south of Denver. I have it all mapped out. I’m going to live in an RV temporarily until I build a house. I have my solar panels and power inverter, power bank management system, lithium iron phosphate batteries, instant hot water heater, wind turbines for back up power, all of my electrical stuff, and I’m going to make myself a cozy off grid home.
I’m a hunter, gardener, fisherman, love to cook, write, and I’m just a genuinely good hearted person that enjoys the little things in life. I know for a fact that I’m at my best when I have another person to care for and be affectionate towards. I believe that life, love.. it’s about the little things. I guess I’m just looking for someone to enjoy the little things with. I have the knowledge to do this, and I’m determined to make it happen. As I set off on this journey I’m hoping it doesn’t have to be a path of solitude, but if it must be then it must be. Oh, and worth noting is that my younger brother and his girlfriend already live in Denver and they have expressed an interest in building their tiny dream house on the 5 acres eventually, so we’d have company and the start of our own little community. If you’re reading this, female, and intrigued to know more, please just send me an email and let’s get to know each other and see if our dreams align.
All The Best,
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