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I’d sing the praises

Of country living but I

Don’t want you out here

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Hello! I am Mo Karnage.

My blog and other media platforms are a peek into my detritus lifestyle. Detritus being the material that sinks to the bottom of the ocean, feeding bottom feeders like crabs, and me!

I am an herbalist, parent, avid reader, author, carpenter, environmentalist, social justice advocate, vegan, queer, genderqueer, redneck, anarchist, witch, and more!

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I am always happy for opportunities to be published or paid for my writing. I am also interested in opportunities to present at events or conferences on subjects relating to: radical history, anarchism, know your rights, sustainability and old windows, food not bombs, women in construction, herbalism and ptsd, how to write prisoners, grassroots organizing, plant walks, etc.

My construction business is Karnage Construction LLC, and I am a Class A Licensed Contractor! Let me build your house, or manage your project! I also run Butch for Hire, aimed towards oddjobs, moving, honey-do list items etc.

http://www.karnageconstruction.com

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7/21/17

Take everything

Out and then choose what to put

Back in, organized
The contents of our

Barn spread out on the lawn look

Like a bad yard sale

7/12/17

Chickens were upset

Went with japanese saw to

Kill snake it was hawk

7/10/17

Farmer’s market hot

Sun beating down. Customers

Just look but don’t buy

7/8/2017

Beagle in a dog box

Stares at us facing backwards

Station wagon style

Country Life Change

Country Living

I grew up in Hanover County. David and I moved to Hanover last summer, to Beaverdam specifically. He was involved in a custody battle, and was not going to win time with his daughter if we had roommates. We could not afford to live in the large house I owned in Richmond without roommates. So we decided to fix up a small house my grandparents owned in Beaverdam and live there. It was all kind of a catch as catch can plan, where things just fell into place, or didn’t, and we just rolled with it. Fortunately David and I are both hard workers and both enjoy making manic decisions and following through! Or at least following through most of the way… We lived in my short school bus in the yard while we gutted and renovated the 600 square foot house. (more…)

Pros and Cons of Country Life

Pros and Cons of Country Life

Can have lots of Animals – Have to take care of lots of animals – Livestock equals deadstock

Annoying people rarely drop by your house — Friends rarely drop by

Quiet, there are no talking buses — No buses, must have a car to get around

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Far away from other people’s nonsense — Have to drive for work and social and shopping

Room for plants and gardens — weeding and watering plants and gardens and lots of grass to cut

You can see the stars — There is actually no counterpoint to stars, they are excellent

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