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NomadHatter

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Hi all, so I just found this place a few days ago, thought I would create an account.

I’ve been on the road for about 5 years, mostly hitchhiking, trains if I’m in a small group, I’ve had a van for the last 6 months or so that a buddy kicked down to me and I don’t think I’ll give it up anytime soon.

I’ve traveled with a few different rainbow kitchens, doing gatherings and free food stuff, along with a couple chapters of food-not-bombs. Lately I’ve been contacting various protest groups trying to get more involved, probably heading to Portland soon to do just that.

Anyway, it’s cool to be here. I’ll find various topics on here I can contribute to, but I’ll be sure to keep it light, I know how sensitive some of you can be ;)
 
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Coywolf

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Welcome, man. I hate being harsh on people for being new and shit like in your other thread, but I would definitely recommend just getting to know this place and how it works because this is an amazing community and resource.

We will all definitely call people out for fucking up, and some of that comes with just being new to a place. I've been there, had plenty of spats with members on here. Just live, love and learn.
 

Fuzzypeach

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Cool! Welcome aboard. You will find a lot of tips and ideas on here as well as good conversation.
 

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