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08-Sep-2017 11:18

If you think there are some areas that would welcome it while others would not, please feel free to share that info as well. Kids are grown and moved out and married and most have kids, so schools aren't a problem.

If I decide to work it is in the nursing field and we do need doctors / hospitals within an hour's drive.

Laws regarding zoning, etc vary a lot county to county... I just took one class on that and it was focused on Madison Co in Central KY.

In general the more rural the county the less regulations (some counties may not have any zoning laws).

Also just wondering if it's something the communities in the area would welcome I suppose. People here have been very welcoming and friendly, but we're definitely still held at arm's length.

Some forums can only be seen by registered members. We have a small farm in middle TN now that is a VERY rural area. Had planned to put up a summer home in Maine on the coast to escape the heat here, but found out tonight that gun laws there are horrible, so that takes them off the table totally. A second home would on the land and used as an exchange for a land manager, ie., they'd have a free 3 bedroom 2 bath 2 car garage mini farm on five fenced acres for free in exchange for helping with mending fences, tending garden, caring for livestock, etc.Where we are here we donated and give back to the community a great deal.All eggs and excess process chickens are donated to the local church and we'd plan on doing that, as well as donating some of the land for a community garden if anyone was interested.Other than that, give me a Wal Mart and a Home Depot or Lowe's and I'm a happy girl.It's not exactly the same but there are "intentional communities" across the state where people do things like live off the grid and grow their own food. Not sure what your concerns are but if it involves zoning and codes the more rural the better.

Some forums can only be seen by registered members. We have a small farm in middle TN now that is a VERY rural area. Had planned to put up a summer home in Maine on the coast to escape the heat here, but found out tonight that gun laws there are horrible, so that takes them off the table totally. A second home would on the land and used as an exchange for a land manager, ie., they'd have a free 3 bedroom 2 bath 2 car garage mini farm on five fenced acres for free in exchange for helping with mending fences, tending garden, caring for livestock, etc.

Where we are here we donated and give back to the community a great deal.

All eggs and excess process chickens are donated to the local church and we'd plan on doing that, as well as donating some of the land for a community garden if anyone was interested.

Other than that, give me a Wal Mart and a Home Depot or Lowe's and I'm a happy girl.

It's not exactly the same but there are "intentional communities" across the state where people do things like live off the grid and grow their own food. Not sure what your concerns are but if it involves zoning and codes the more rural the better.

I do have a great relocation realtor if you want me to send you her name.