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Old 09/07/13, 12:19 AM
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Looking for a homesteading female. Are they real??

I hear that there is still a few somewhat attractive women who enjoy homesteading and the outdoors with good old fashioned (kinda) values that would enjoy a man with some property in the woods and an income and that I can find em here. Is this true? Lol

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Old 09/07/13, 01:03 AM
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There are some real prizes up in hurr, along with some maniacs who will ruin everything. Get comfy, check your gun at the door, and roll the dice, mang. Be sweet. We appreciate the ST ladies being treated like that.
Welcome, BTW.

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Old 09/07/13, 01:13 AM
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Looking for a homesteading female. Are they real??

So your answer would be yes? Thanks

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he he he he he he he he he lol.
That being said, Ill give ya some helpful hints.
PICTURES are a great help hopfully.
Talk alot about your homesteading/gardening/farming experiences so they have a idea of your experience in that area, and what your goals are.
DONT BE IN A HURRY. Here its like the Bible when it says (A year is like a day)
Dont get pushy, dont get hopful, dont get expectant. Bide your time.
AND, like Nick says, BE RESPECTFUL. ALOT of us are friends in here. Some have been so for years. Good luck

PS, Telling your age is expected, somewhere likely about the time you post some pics.

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Old 09/07/13, 05:18 AM
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No.
Do everything Bill says not to do.
Pushy, demanding, and expectant are all good, but it's all in the delivery....the delivery is key. It's like pie. You can bake it and feed it to her during a romantic picnic, or run up and bust it over her head. It's still pie, but the result ain't the same. DELIVERY.
I have had positive results here, so listen up, aaight?
Some of these women are excruciatingly smart, far smarter than we are. Do not ever, ever, ever try to win an argument. Even if you win, you still lost.
Get drunk, get in a barfight, go to jail, and then get home real fast so's you can feed the dog and water the dang tomaters. They dig that, even if they say they don't, and I can boast a staunch record of success here.
Be awesome, but accentuate whatever giant personal flaw it is you're totin'. Every woman loves a sick puppy to raise.

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Old 09/07/13, 05:27 AM
 
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FBB be respectful? Yeah and don't speak about women body parts like a 10 year old. Don't post child like stories of seeing women's "girls" and don't drool on the computer keyboard when a post has the word skirt in it. Take it from us it may be amusing to you but women don't find it funny OR cute.

That said welcome to the forum and if you really are nice and respectful you will fit in well. One more hint. You need to continue to post and tell more about yourself. This place tends to be like the bar Cheers where everyone knows your screen name and we all get along and don't get along at times.

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Old 09/07/13, 06:09 AM
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Welcome to ST. I suggest following the monthly homesteading singles threads. There's lots of pics and homesteading news and it's a good view into peoples lives.

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Old 09/07/13, 07:24 AM
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I hear that there is still a few somewhat attractive women who enjoy homesteading and the outdoors with good old fashioned (kinda) values that would enjoy a man with some property in the woods and an income and that I can find em here. Is this true? Lol
Sometimes its true. Our board here is not exactly a dating site just more of a discussion site as folks discuss theirs and others life questioning topics.

Usually about once to maybe three times a year m a couple posters here tend to decide to communicate off the public board or maybe a safe public meeting.

Later some of them will share with the rest how well their meetings went. Sometimes folks come back and tell us they coupled up for a try at married happiness.

None ever come here and find a prepackaged off the shelf internet style mail order spouse just sometimes months or years of cyber conversation lead to real life chances_____not bad for a casual atmosphere at no cost besides a little time spent posting in a few conversations and sharing qualities both good and bad with the group that may hold a chance for a real life venture and possible life path change.

As others have said, welcome to The Singletree. Hang out in its shade as you discuss your life plans and issues or those of others. regardless of the outcome you will take something away to help you in figuring what to do in your life path as the next step or help others in their path. It's all good if you just let things move at their own pace not forcing anything____just like real life because it is a cyber introduction to some of the real life options you have to choose from in your life path journey.

Enjoy your time with us and keep the first rule of HT host site in mind of "be nice" as described in the site FAQ page as you discuss with others , many facing the same things you are only from their perspective.

If you have any questions just ask on board or contact Terri or I. If you go over site content or conduct limits Terri , I or some of the other members will let you know.

That's about all there is about this message board for singles with a homesteading taste but not a dating site that some do find dates and marriages from. Not bad for a laid back and casual place with no money down or monthly subscription fee
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Old 09/07/13, 07:37 AM
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I met my partner here on HT, so yes it's possible! Good luck to you.

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Old 09/07/13, 09:20 AM
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Boy, they gonna eat you alive and spit out everything but the liver and heart. Be especially careful of any user who signs off as "liver eating mama".

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Old 09/07/13, 09:36 AM
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It will be easier if you meet people who live in your own state. The commute can be a killer!

Then again, I THINK there are people here from every state in the union. Maybe.

Happy hunting!

And, in the mean time, this is a very good place to just TALK!

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Old 09/07/13, 10:12 AM
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Boy, they gonna eat you alive and spit out everything but the liver and heart. Be especially careful of any user who signs off as "liver eating mama".
But, but liver is so good with fava beans and Chianti. LOL
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It appears nobody is busting out the 3 gallons of vinegar this time. Nice for a change.

I agree with SwampMan except for his last statement. Some of us are experienced enough at life and homesteading to know it is cheaper, easier and less time consuming to kill sick puppies rather than raise them. They don't get a chance to eat chicken or pee on the furniture.

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Old 09/07/13, 11:06 AM
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Some of us are experienced enough at life and homesteading to know it is cheaper, easier and less time consuming to kill sick puppies rather than raise them. They don't get a chance to eat chicken or pee on the furniture. Oh Laura this cracked me up... Just what I needed this morning.
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Old 09/07/13, 12:26 PM
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Well I'm a reformed sick puppy rescuer....but learned which ones are worth saving and which ones aren't

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Well I'm a reformed sick puppy rescuer....but learned which ones are worth saving and which ones aren't
I've had healthy fit Farm Dogs wander into my place Ready to Work who didn't need anything more than a few ticks pulled, a good worming and sometimes a thorn pulled from a paw. Checking their backgrounds, these Aussies, American Farm Collies, and Border Collies came from places where their particular talents were not understood nor appreciated. They were part of my family the rest of their lives and served us well. I trust this is true of men as well.

As far as healing the sick? Only those who choose healing.
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Old 09/07/13, 01:48 PM
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Welcome. Yes, there are a few good looking homestead lovin women out there....just a few!!! Once you find one dont let her go....we are a rare breed!!! (kinda jokin but it really is the truth!) Just be a gentleman and let the ladies know more about you. Post some pics of yourself and your homestead. Be nice. Have fun and maybe make a few friends along the way. Did l say gentleman yet??

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Old 09/07/13, 01:51 PM
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PS Dont come across as a sick puppy if you are looking for a confident, capable woman. We dont have the time or the desire to raise you. We prefer them already men.

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We true farm and homestead women sit around in our knitting circles and quilting bees discussing the best methods of killing sick puppies and kittens and the occasional sneaky rat.

We also swap unicorn recipes.

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Old 09/07/13, 02:55 PM
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I've had healthy fit Farm Dogs wander into my place Ready to Work who didn't need anything more than a few ticks pulled, a good worming and sometimes a thorn pulled from a paw. Checking their backgrounds, these Aussies, American Farm Collies, and Border Collies came from places where their particular talents were not understood nor appreciated. They were part of my family the rest of their lives and served us well. I trust this is true of men as well.

As far as healing the sick? Only those who choose healing.

for the record I'm an embrace the dingo kinda grrl! awwwoooooooo!
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Old 09/07/13, 02:56 PM
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It appears nobody is busting out the 3 gallons of vinegar this time. Nice for a change.

I agree with SwampMan except for his last statement. Some of us are experienced enough at life and homesteading to know it is cheaper, easier and less time consuming to kill sick puppies rather than raise them. They don't get a chance to eat chicken or pee on the furniture.
I almost NEVER pee on the furniture.
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Old 09/07/13, 06:07 PM
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Old 09/07/13, 06:25 PM
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Hey Swampy! Love the polite thug concept! Open the door for me but smack my butt when l walk through. Very nice!!!

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Also keep in mind many of us already have our homesteads up and running just like we want so would be reluctant to chuck it all to move to your place!

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Old 09/08/13, 02:05 PM
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No need to chuck one place, keep one place for trying new stuff and keep one for solid production. If things don't work out no ones homeless. My place is an experiment kinda place, not big but large enough to try stuff and still look like a nice. I'm learning about some solar, wind, and gardening stuff, its all manageable by myself with a full time job and a half. I'm able to provide about half my food here.

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Old 09/08/13, 04:10 PM
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Welcome...i feel this singles place is mainly a site to learn or give advice if some one is asking about homesteading/country living alone..AND..if ya happen to meet someone special along the way,then all the better if things work out...but like someone said-it sucks to commute if in a long distance relationship~~!!

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With respect to the long distance thing. Here's my take, yes it's not as convenient as an instant at your beckon call kinda relationship. However, if the relationship is not worth driving and pursuing then its not worth being in. The drive is only until things progress to the point of something more permanent. Look at it as a kind of a filter, to filter out all the pointless quick kind of relationships. You know the kind with fireworks that last about as long as a sparkler. I'm too old for sparklers and quickies. (honestly though i still like the old fashioned 2ft long sparklers that last about 5 minutes and came in different colors!!!)

Nowadays, the drive can be accompanied with a cell call that preludes to well planned evening out, or in... I'd do about anything for the real deal, as i've had the not real thing too many times.

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I'm late to the welcoming party, but welcome from Ky too!

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Old 09/10/13, 11:14 PM
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Welcome to the forum, Pinetop. As you'll find, us folk here enjoy reading and some of us read all the posts new people make. And sometimes that can take us some time. So.....I have a few questions after reading your posts.

Are you looking for someone to join you and your wife? Are all three of us expected to share a bed? If so, I have some rules and requirements.

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What??? He is married? Do you know him, WN???

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