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Finding Love and Companionship Off the Grid

To anyone who is paying attention to the signs, it is obvious that human society is in a deeply troubled state. Natural disasters are happening everywhere at an accelerating rate, the economy is frozen by overwhelming public and private debt, and government gridlock threatens to shut down the Nanny State that tens of millions of Americans have come to rely on for their survival. The latter observation should not be taken as criticism of those Americans – they have been left to cling to the tattered life preservers thrown to them by the government because the private banks and corporations that have come to control everything have stopped providing real economic opportunity. These powerful interests, driven as they are by avarice and greed, are far more concerned about protecting their obscene profit margins from even the slightest risk in times of trouble than they are about helping to create decent jobs for people who need to work to feed their families and pay their bills.

It should be clear to everyone that the time for bold and assertive action is at hand. But the mainstream media and political elites continue to distract people with bread and circuses, and where there should be a burgeoning mass movement demanding change, what we have instead is a nation of quiescent souls sitting and waiting for the same politicians they supposedly despise to pass the perfect legislation that is somehow going to make everything all right again. Instead of tea parties for real action, we are given phony “grass-roots movements” that are sponsored and controlled by the same big-money interests that have been enslaving us all along.

But unlike the majority of Americans and so many others around the world, survivalists are the one group that has refused to swallow the blue pill. All across this nation, and increasingly around the globe, those who can see the truth and are able to detect that faint scent of sulfur that now permeates the air are starting to come together to form networks for sharing skills, information, technologies, and alternative ideas about how society can and should be organized.

Because of the Internet, it is now easier than ever before to find like-minded souls who understand what is happening and know what must be done. Those who have chosen to reject the lies and the manipulation once and for all and to live without compromise no longer have to be isolated because their families don’t understand them or because mainstream society brainwashes the masses to shun those who refuse to accept the status quo.

Finding Connection

Intentional communities of fellow travelers, whether they are still in the planning stages in anticipation of a post-collapse future or actually in existence right now, are a wonderful way for off-the-gridders to find social, emotional, and physical mutual support to complement their hard-earned independence and self-reliance. But while finding others to trade ideas, skills, and resources with can help bring a much-needed sense of hopefulness and a feeling of belonging to preppers and survivalists, there are still many who are missing something vitally important that everyone wants and needs in their lives – a partner to share it all with. Living and working and community building off the grid may be the only chance we have to survive the coming conflagration, but no matter what else is going on in our lives and in the world, our hearts can never go off-the-grid. A lonely heart can only shrivel up and die, and where there should be love and happiness, there will instead be a void of desperation and despair.

Many people have trouble finding love, but for preppers the situation can be even more difficult to solve because there are so few people who are capable of comprehending and accepting the truth about how dire the current world situation really is. Internet forums and other websites where off-the-gridders gather are wonderful places to find friendship and camaraderie, but connections of the heart tend to be more elusive for those practicing alternative lifestyles in a society where the vast majority choose to go along just to get along. But all over the internet, specialized dating sites have sprung up to assist those who are looking for like-minded people, and there is now at least one site available for survivalists, preppers, and off-the-gridders who would like to find that special someone.

Hearts Online

Survivalist Singles caters exclusively to those who are seeking romance and relationships with others who have embraced the off-the-grid lifestyle and/or the ideology of self-sufficiency and self-reliance. Anyone who would like to join is free to do so at no cost, and once someone becomes a member and posts a profile on the site they will be allowed to browse through the profiles of other members and contact anyone they would like by email. The site also has forums and chat rooms were people can socialize and exchange ideas, and instant messages can be sent to any other members who might happen to be online at a given time. Since those who have been looking for love have probably already spent time on Internet dating websites, all of this probably sounds familiar; but the special twist here is that the site is specifically designed to provide a meeting place for those who have chosen to go off the grid or would like to do so in the near future.

In addition to this website, which claims to have successfully brought together many who have ended up married or in relationships, some of the forums around the Internet that provide outlets for survival-themed interaction have opened up special sections for those interested in romance. And of course, social networking sites like Facebook do give people a good opportunity to find others who see things the same way they do.

Off-the-gridders looking for romance online face one problem that other specialized groups do not, however, and that is the imbalance between the numbers of men and women who are aware of and have adopted the prepper lifestyle. At Survivalist Singles, there are twice as many men who have joined as women, and younger women in particular appear to be poorly represented. Nevertheless, for men in particular who have had trouble finding women who share their ideals, an Internet dating site like Survivalist Single could dramatically expand their ability to make contact with members of the opposite sex.

Internet dating sites must always be approached with extreme caution. People who find each other online should really make an effort to get to know each other well before they physically meet by exchanging emails, phone calls, and videos of their lives. If indeed they do decide to get together for coffee or lunch, the first meeting – and the next several meetings – should always take place in public places, and at the end of the date each person should leave separately and on their own. Once a level of trust has been established, then and only then is it time to bring someone home to meet parents, children, or other members of the family. It also would not be a bad idea to hire a private detective to do a background check on people met through online dating services, just to be sure that everything is on the up and up.

Taking a Chance on Romance

While the odds may be against finding the perfect person on the Internet – especially for off-the-grid men – millions of successful relationships and marriages have started out this way. Those who choose to go off the grid do so in large part because they want to live in a way that is authentic, and a life without romance and companionship is inconsistent with this ideal because it is just an imitation of what our existences were meant to be. The off-the-grid community is trying to build something better and more sustainable than what mainstream society has to offer, and that is a vision that is definitely worth sharing with someone special.

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  1. Wow! This sounds like a wonderful opportunity for people like myself who are alone and definitely in need of someone special in their life. My husband passed away several years ago, and since all of my friends are married, I always feel like “a third wheel”, and very much out of place. I’m a retired, senior citizen, so I’m also pretty limited in opportunities to find a potential companion.

    I love Off The Grid, and have bought many of your products, including my Powersource 1800, which I was so glad I had this weekend during our October Noreaster up here in Maine! Would be so much fun to meet someone else that shares my same interests. God bless you for making this a possibility!!!


  3. How great that would be to change ones life for the better, as a older man it does seem impossible to do alone? With my dog

  4. Hi in melinda this is my dream to be off grid with nature … but i realize i mu have a man as a companion….. to share task and for companship … alone of grid is difficult and i need a like minded free thinking man who will share a dream of a free life …

    • Hi Malinda, if you’re still looking please email,[email protected]

  5. hi im a single 31yr old male looking to go off the grid with the right person. if someone you know is looking for someone let me know please. I love the freedom of the out doors.

  6. Hi im lone .living just below the arctic circle in sweden .iv been living off the grid for 8 years now, been devorced for 10 and are close to 60years. Allthough both my barn animal and cats and dogs are impassible to live without i long for a partner/love, who share my interest in this special lifestyle and dare to take on off grid life in cold climat. My email is : [email protected].

  7. Jason tower man

    Hello all i.m 35 from MN looking to find a woman ( aka soul mate, partner, friend) look to go foo the grid soon if you are out there hit me up thank you!

    • Hi Jason, I’ve been thinking about going off the grid for a long time now. Ever since my move back from Alaska, I’ve been yearning to back to the wilderness. The camping, hunting, fishing and just strolling through the forest gave me joy. I miss it so much, the smell off nature in the morning is breathtaking and refreshing. I do like the simple things in life. But like everyone else on this site, I just can’t seem to find anyone who shares the same interests or beliefs about life and living. If like to shoot me an email, I would love to chat and go from there.

      • Hi mechele I don’t suppose your still looking for I’m the big bend area of west Texas the land is bordered by 200,000,000 acres the second largest canyon in the USA. bigger is the grand canyon.its.still the wild west mpat don’t know about this that’’s still.there.there are ghost towns,old mines ,fossils

  8. Hi I’m a 58 year old divorced South African Indian lady looking for a ideal partner to live off the grid. My 2 children are married & I live alone. I will relocate if I do find the right man. Age between 65+ & either divorced or widowed. I love nature & the simple things in life. I’d love to live off the grid & I’m a good cook, love animals & living the life of our ancestors. I’d love a simple cabin & growing veg & keeping chickens etc for food. I can make a meal out of basic stuff. If you are interested then contact me. Thank you.

  9. Hi I’m a 58 year old divorced South African Indian lady looking for a ideal partner to live off the grid. My 2 children are married & I live alone. I will relocate if I do find the right man. Age between 65+ & either divorced or widowed. I love nature & the simple things in life. I’d love to live off the grid & I’m a good cook, love animals & living the life of our ancestors. I’d love a simple cabin & growing veg & keeping chickens etc for food. I can make a meal out of basic stuff. If you are interested then contact me. Thank you. [email protected]

  10. Living in the Yukon Territory off grid, I’m a first nations man, and I know how to live off the land efficiently. Living alone is a very lonesome feeling, and I feel as though something has been missing in my life, and that is a partner to share these amazing experiences living off grid with, someone who has the same interests and passions as I do. A person who has a compassionate personality, and a strong will, would be someone that would be compatible.

    [email protected]

  11. I’m a 48 year old male looking for my soul mate to go off grid with me and live happy healthy and spiritual. If interested let’s talk

    • Hi Rick, I’m 46 and love the concept of living off the grid. A realist by nature it seems a more enjoyable task with a partner. Someone has to cut the wood and someone has to bake the pie:-). Either way I stumbled across this page and who knows maybe there is a soul that is meant for me in this crazy, fun, unpredictable quest to live Off Grid:-)

    • Hi Chris,
      I’m 46 looking for the same. Patricia

  12. I’m putting this out there because it gets lonly living off the grid with out a companion I’m now fifty white man looking for a lady that would like to live off the grid with me. I live southwest of fallon Nevada. If your interested call me 775-385-4282.thanks James.

  13. I would like to know how to contact someone at the dating site as I read something in the security agreement that concerns me. I have re-read it several times and it still seems like I would be giving up all my rights to my profile and whatever pictures I post. I have no problem with the rest of the agreement. Here is the part I am talking about.

    PROPRIETARY RIGHTS: You assign to Us, with full title guarantee, all copyright in Your profile and your photographs posted, at any time, in connection with Your use of the Service. You waive absolutely any and all moral rights to be identified as author of Your profile and owner of Your photograph and any similar rights in any jurisdiction in the world.

    I couldn’t find any contact options there so I am just trying to get more clarification here on this part. Any contact info for the dating site would sure be helpful as I am a single woman looking for an offgrider.


  14. Hi, I am a 58 year old woman in Nova Scotia, Canada who wants to live offgrid badly. I want to move north of here and live in cold country as I hate heat, so I am looking at the northwest territories/Arctic. I love to cook, garden, hunt, fish, not afraid to get my hands dirty at all and I am a licensed Private Pilot. Like most others who are either offgrid already or prepping to go, I see what is coming in society. As much as I have been prepping, when I watch shows about offgrid living I absolutely hate to see the shows end and I feel sad that I am not already living the life style. I know it’s a lot of hard work, no problem. I not only want to live offgrid, I NEED to. I have a clean record, never been arrested, don’t do drugs, barely drink, don’t smoke, don’t have any STD’s, was born a rebel and will die that way. LOL.

    email [email protected]

    Please put something in reference to this in the subject line, such as responding to your concerning living offgrid or something similar so I don’t delete it thinking it’s spam.

    • Wow I am looking for the right women to live and share with a real life with and in joy each day bill

    • I finally found this page I wasn’t going to give up even if I have to tape a sign on my back lol I’m 50 years old I all these posts I know I’m close to finding the one I believe in carma I’m not a wierdo fairly sane slightly crazy A thinker and surviver I seem to be at my best when my back is to the wall I have my own little house in a small town it serves a purpose right now I’m putting together things to go bigbend country Texas low down payment. Ez low monthly payments we can start out rite here at my house make sure we are good for eachother I could write a book if I keep going souch I want to talk about I want to get out of April god willin. And the Creek don’t rise yes I’m old school country boy thanks for reading if this sounds like you please let’s talk about it LJ

  15. Hi my name is Bob, and i am 65yrs, i have lived off and on the grid rising my last 3 children by myself. but i would like to find some one that is intressted in living off grid comply as soon as possable, i am desableed to the point that i have to be on oxygen some times, no i dont smoke, or drink, i like to live where its fairly warm in the winter, can travle, if need be to do that, like to just enjoy life with some one that would like to build a littel place some where, togather,have a small income every month, would like for them to have the same, but not nessasry, . if interrsted , please email me . i like to hunt and fish, garden, well educated in elecronnics, was a welder and michanic for fifty years! well email me, and we can talk, very easy going, tell me your thoughts.

  16. What a great article. I’ve been looking for someone interested in doing this with me as well. I grew up on a farm in rural KY and have been learning off the grid skills all my life-farming, blacksmithing, bees, barn building and cabin raising. I’m a watchmaker (and old time fiddler and banjo player) by trade and have been wanting to have a shop off the grid. I really do party like its 1859- I do daguerreotype and tintype photography.
    Would love to find someone interested in living off the grid in Virginia or Greenbrier Co area of West Virginia.
    [email protected]


  17. I am a 57 year old female, who has thought seriously about living off the grid. Would like to find a like minded male to do this with, working together to make a life for both of us.

  18. Hi im a 47 years old i have 191 acars with a small cabin ,live there on the weekends looking for a like minded female and would to live ther full time.

  19. I am a 50 year old male and live on my family’s old homestead. I have a house here with 100 acres in S. Oh. and am looking for a female to enjoy what I have here and help to get it to the next level. Have running water and house stays warm. Have great deer and turkey hunting and perfect place for a large garden. Could grow and harvest most of our meat hunting. Also have 2 hay fields that could be used to feed livestock. The house, property and everything I have here is paid for free and clear so no big expenses for what I have! . Any interested females out there ready??

  20. 30+. spiritual. i have dark skin (dont know if thats a race, i thought it was just more melanin content) looking offgrid partner who is preferably 45 yr or less. who is spiritual, and know the working of the system…

    I live in the caribbean and want to live offgrid in the caribbean. I’m not going offgrid in the cold. sorry. my body cant tolerate. there are lots of beautiful islands full of natural food n water still.
    jalex403 at hotmail dot com

    • oh did i mention that i happen to be female… oops

      • Hi there, I am a 36 year old white male, athletic, skilled in primitive survival, avid hunter and outdoorsman, 9 year Army Veteran (4 in Spec Ops), college grad and professional. I am wanting to get off grid and live a homesteading style life. I do not want to do this alone, so am looking for female companionship, yes with the possibility of romance. I live in Florida now, but would relocate anywhere we decided on together. If you already have a place set up, I would love to join you, and if not we can venture out together. Been wanting to do this a long time and hope this is the place to find a partner for this forever adventure! My email is survivalist37075 at gmail dot com.

    • I have found my place 3 years ago in Alaska and have been staging supplies and built a shed last year to keep the bears from playing rugby with my gear, like they did the first year. This year I will build my cabin and start staying full time in my little corner of the world. It’s a peaceful place with the nearest road some od 25 miles and travel by float plane in summer or ski plane and snow machine in winter. Most people I talk to are concerned about so many things and have come to look for a safe haven to wait it out. That is not what I am doing. I just want to enjoy life spending my time doing the things that are important to me. I do enjoy people and have a few neighbors who have cabins on the lake but for the most part are just a few days a year but its always great to visit with them. I spend most of the time by my self and stay busy either working on cutting wood, fishing or hiking and do wish I could find a like minded woman to share it with.

      • Where in Alaska are you? Im curious.

      • Randy,
        I to am quite content with the natural flow that sustainability tends to offer. I have spent much time in the foothills of the Ozarks and Cahaba, AL. Natural building, hiking, gardening and medicinals really get me excited.
        Some how events beyond my control have continually returned me to societies given reality leaving my heart to wonder the wilderness until alass I am home again.
        Now it is time. I do have children that are unschooled.
        If this note finds you “Alone in Alaska”, Randy then let’s talk.
        In Joy, Tabitha
        and Tribe

  21. I am 45,educated, a carpenter by trade, and very innovative.I want to GOG in the Maine area.I am spiritual,have begun to get very healthy and strong.I am not a nut, and very hopeful of the future.I must be in nature,and make the most of it and even have some fun and an enjoyable ,sustaining life This is very odd to put my self out there ,but sometimes you must take the chance.Looking for a women who has similar values and dreams.

  22. I am a 36 year old white, athletic male. I have 2 college degrees, professional career, and am a 9-year Army Veteran. I live in Florida now, and have lived in various states. I have been wanting to live off-grid/homestead/etc for some time now, but know that I do not want to do so alone. I am hoping to find an athletic, adventurous woman that would like to share in this adventure with me permanently. If you already live off-grid or homestead, awesome. If not, we can start together. I am open to where I do this, but prefer warmer climates. If interested, please contact me at [email protected]. Hope to hear from someone!

  23. Hi I’m a 53 year old Anthony is my name I have 270+ acres in main lots of waterfalls,a pond and a hard running Brook I am moving off grid very soon with a nother family and would like to have a like-minded lady to come with us do not want to be a third wheel lol well feel like one anyways .we have plans for a camp ground near the A p trail if anyone is interested email me thanks [email protected]

  24. 1 am a divorced white 54 year old female poverty prepper who dreams of living off grid but can’t do it alone. I have been reading & trying to learn everything I can about growing and preserving my food and am about ready to start on meats. Love cooking but hate cleaning except in my kitchen. Looking for a partner for now. Someone to talk and share ideas with.

    • I will be buying land in northern Idaho this fall or next spring to go off grid. Just took a class in building log cabins from the trees on site. I have the skills and tools, just waiting for the right time and partner to take the plunge. Talking is always a good start

      • Hey there……..I’m a 50yo white country girl, who just wants to get back to the land, and live a quiet and peaceful life to the cyclical calendar of the seasons….Would love to hear your plans. I have had an inner longing and strong pull to Idaho in the last several years. It’s just something that I can not put into words…I’m an independent thinker, worker, artist, musician, but I’m really desiring a commited lifetime partner to share it all with…I’m just contented with the simple things..I’m also a quarter horse girl, and would like to maybe keep some sheep and goats for harvesting fiber, as a little side income. Like minded gentleman with Christian values is what I seek.

      • Hey there……..I’m a 50yo country girl, who just wants to get back to the land, and live a quiet and peaceful life to the cyclical calendar of the seasons….Would love to hear your plans. I have had an inner longing and strong pull to Idaho in the last several years. It’s just something that I can not put into words…I’m an independent thinker, worker, artist, musician, but I’m really desiring a commited lifetime partner to share my dream with…I’m contented with the simple things in life..I’m also a quarter horse girl, and would like to maybe keep a few of them as well as some sheep and goats for harvesting fiber, as a little side income. A like minded gentleman with Christian values is what I seek.

        • Hello Michal
          we have many ideals in common would enjoy talking with you more. I am a Bible Believing Christain
          email me at


          • Nice to see you clarified Bible believing Christian. After reading all of these posts and seeing “Spiritual” one can be confused IF Spiritual is related to NON Christian beliefs… OR a Christian like me who does NOT have a religion, BUT a Daily 2 way RELATIONSHIP with the Father/Jesus AND Holy Spirit.

            BLESSINGS to ALL OF YOU posting on here. I am 53 but look/feel/act MUCH younger. Although I have STRONG Christian morals and values, I have a Personality and sense of humor. I desire the off grid lifestyle as I love nature and PRIVACY, and PREFER to be alone much more than in a crowd. I do like to spend time worshiping and praying WHICH will come in handy when the SHTF. I am a decent cook, especially making something out of practically nothing. I am creative and have COMMON SENSE. I could NEVER kill an animal, although I eat meat. That is where I would prefer a “sensitive” fisher/hunter. I have been on SSDI for chronic pain, BUT have been trying to overcome and build strength for about a year, although I am pretty fit. As you can see I am very expressive and communicative and PREFER the same. I have several cats at this time that I rescued that ARE NEVER MEANT to be food OR bait. I am very frugal NOT because I have to, but it IS a gift. In Pa just moved from FL Won’t lie…I love STRONG/fit men

          • Hello Rebecca,
            I have a relataionship with Yeshua and not a religion which is what God intended from the begining and as you have stated a Two Way communication daily to know and understand His ways. I constantly read the Bible as it is the “hand book” and try to dig out the “nuggets” that are hidden inside for us to find and use.
            I was raised off grid in northern CO originially and I have many “MacGyver” type skills that I learned during that time that I still use today. I am also an expressive and can communicate with more than just the written word my verbal skills are pretty good also. Just for information, when I do hunt is is for food only and I eat what I kill I do not hunt for “fun” or for “trophies”
            I would love to communicate with you more and I am in good shape and keep my self fit eating healthy and doing outside work for my exercise. you can email me at the address above your reply it is a gmail dot com the rest is correct

    • I am currently building my dream log cabin’ 2000 sqft, I will be off grid but not real remote… I am building this without incurring any debt, I’m not a radical just wanting to live simple… I am a 55 year old male living in northern Wyoming… rwcookie2 gmail… Thanks

  25. Am purchasing undeveloped land in colorado, anyone interested in living and helping on it. 54 make with two toddler boys

    • Hello Mark
      I’m also yearning to find higher ground away from all the city slickers here in Colorado Springs. Living somewhat off grid sounds heavenly. I was raised off grid in Idaho…and can’t wait to find a small partial of land to begin a build. It would sure be nicer with a likeminded partner. I’m accustomed to the life style….and throughly relish the peaceful splendor of DIY’ers. I’m very resourceful, creative, hard working and most importantly….a dreamer who makes life happen. It’s rather a challenge to find others who dream of such a lifestyle it appears. I’m a college grad…bought a home..raised one son..helped put him through College and now….it’s the perfect time to dream even bigger. Off Grid :) makes me smile. Oh, I’m a young, active, enthusiastic Lady of 54. Currently an Art Instructor and pianist/composer.

      • Hello Julianna,
        I grew up in northern CO off grid and currently in the process of buying 20 acres in northern Idaho I’m going up in the spring to make the final look around to decide. One does have a small cabin already and the other 2 are just land but with lots of potential. I keep myself in good shape and have lots of “macgyver” type skills that I use in my current job and I am also an artist and play the guitar. If you would like to know more feel free to email me at mountain dot man dot cabinbuilder at gmail

  26. 65 year old woman seeking a man close to my age to share my off grid life with. If your interested let me know. I can use work working tools, tractors. Have my own virgin land in Tennessee ready and waiting for us. I love to garden, and build.

  27. It checked out the survivalistsingles site. It only took about 2 minutes to find the same girl with two completely different bios. I think this article is just trying to sell junk subscriptions to a website.

  28. I joined Survivalist Singles, but it wont let me log in and I have TRIED to contact the site owner, but have NOT heard back!! From reading through these comments, seem to be working better then their site!! lol

    I’ve been toying with the idea, of living off grid, not only due to our PATHETIC world, but due to people as well….so….there would have to be a DEFINITE CONNECTION with someone, before doing so…..


    • Hello have a date in Georgia,looking for female,can build or put camper ,bus exsedera ,have small pond ,grand garden spot 3\5 acres chickens hogs rabbits squirrel abundance ,love to build wood heater stoves things from metal and any other metal needs ,if ready to come share with me can try it if want ,have ELEC and well available,lot people want to get off grid ,but easer to work together to learn with ammonites available if need 229_393_ 1522 look me up I might can help or we can help each other!

  29. 40, male (separated, chance she may return), northeast Ohio, seeking a couple or a couple single individuals who would be interested in joining me in self sustainability here on my 6 acre property. I have over the past 5 years slowly shaped this property to accommodate my needs, but would entertain the idea of a small group of like-minded individuals to live together and pitch in so everyone can benefit from our efforts, and we don’t have to work as hard in our daily lives because multiple members equally contribute. This is not a cabin in the woods, rather a 3 bedroom ranch style home with a finished basement. I am very neat and clean and would hope anyone interested in this could appreciate this. Also have 1/2 acre stocked pond, loads of maple tree for making syrup, apple trees (would like to plant more), blackberry bushes all over, pear tree (would like more) small garden of vegetable that I would like to expand with the help of others to produce more food, 36×36 6 stall barn solar operated with gutter-rain water catch for animals water, tons of storage and parking, 2 spare bedrooms with completely livable basement (fridge, stove, microwave, full bath/shower. Ideally id love to disconnect from utility service but this may be an investment that will take time to accomplish. I have not worked all the kinks or questions out as of yet regarding this concept/idea, however the core of the concept is very practical. If this idea is something you’d like to entertain or discuss with me id be happy to listen to your ideas or advice. I just feel that having a close knit community of like minded people to depend on each other and contribute equally is better than going at it all alone. We can all help each other out, relieve the daily stresses, form bonds and friendships while working towards complete independence, away from mainstream ideas and concepts. feel free to email me at [email protected]

  30. I am a 43 year old male. 100% country boy. I have just purchased 100 acres free and clear. I am looking for a companion that enjoys log cabins, old tractors, sustainable living and animals. I am just getting ready to start my log cabin. I also have a 7 acre lake. I would love to have someone that has some experience or someone that has a strong desire to live a country life. I would prefer someone at least 40 to 55 years old. I’m not desperate, I would just like to be able to sit with a lantern and talk about the days events with someone.

  31. This sounds like the true way of living live. Close to nature. I am not American, but would love to live off the grid in your country. just need to find the right woman 30-40. I am skillful in many ways beyond compare.
    Any lady out there living the dream willing to give me a chance
    q de jongh at g mail dot com

  32. Hi I’m a 36 year old army veteran. I’m also a blacksmith, farrier, and blade smith.. I am going to be moving off grid in the spring of 2017.. in the mountains of eastern Kentucky. I have 151 acres there that back up to the Daniel Boone national Forest. So I’m looking for a woman around my age to start a new chapter in my life with. If you would like to chat here my email cowboyjoe at

  33. Hi my name is Deborah, i’m 52 and is looking for someone between the age of 45-55 who is interested in off-grid living. Looking for someone in Ontario Canada. It’s always been my dream to get away from the rat race. Thanks

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