I am trying my best to keep this thing updated and tweaked to express my uniqueness, so here we go :P
Story about me:
I love gardening and animals. I enjoy spending time outdoors, working on my small homestead/farm, hiking and wild food foraging, gardening, traveling, organic foods, natural and sustainable living, permaculture, cooking, living "off grid" ( in very slow progress) and much much more. I'm reasonably intelligent and hold good conversation, I'm incredibly honest, super laid-back, trust worthy.
My winter days usually go working outside in good weather on farm projects preparing for al important spring. when its nasty or overly cold I am inside working on either finishing my house flip or cooking in the kitchen. I do enjoy it very much and learning more about it all the time recently i have delved into a wonderfull book titled "Nourishing Traditions" and it is AMAZING! I have a little farm here in pickens where i grow alot of my own food for my family (myself and my 2 daughters and my mother whom with i do not live but i care for her in her home) I also have some cats and 2 large rescue dogs they r great danes and very well behaved. I am trying to rehome one now as he likes to snack on chickens and thats not good for the farm. lol. I am here online seeking new friends of similar interest to hang with open to the possibility of more but not really expecting it online. lol. i stay increadly busy and dont linger online much but do look forward 2 chatting with someone as talking to chickens is somewhat lacking :P
Very Open minded and a little dorky. I'm really down to earth, all natural. Kinda Hippie-like ^_^
If u r interested let me know
Story about the snake pic:
Everyyear at my farm a big black rat snake shows up and eats all my chicken eggs. i had two this year! i was losing around 3-4 doz eggs a day so i had to catch them both and release them into the woods far away. I wasnt super thrilled to do it but i did it and it was kinda cool. I dont usually mess with snakes in the wild, prefering to leave them alone. I did know it was not venomous. The rare picture of me was taken as i let them go showing some local kids.