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Lea Retta

Lea Retta, 20 from United States (female)
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Network: USA
Present Country: United States
Join Date: October 15, 2015
Last Updated: December 11, 2017
Last Signed In: April 27, 2018

Companion Ad:
Im always looking for adventures but I am lacking $$, so I prefer to travel out of a backpack. Before we'd arrange anything, we'd have to get to know each other on Skype or email. I believe in the Bible (mostly) and I really enjoy being outdoors, drawing, watching movies, playing mandolin, reading, hiking, any water activity, camping, cooking... I am interested in social justice, anarchist spaces (squats), communes, radical discipleship, and basically revolutionary ideas to benefit humanity and the environment. I consider myself open minded, but not blindly agreeable. Shoot me a message

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Helper Description:

I'm traveling looking for lovely places to settle in for a little while so that I can meet interesting people, indulge in new experiences and learn some cool skills.

I am very interested in the outdoors, horses, art, sustainability, travel, culture, cooking, music, social justice, wildlife and botany.

For credentials:
I've worked in a hotel, so I know plenty on hospitality and respecting all types of people - authentically. I've also worked in a greenhouse and picked berries for a number of years. I grew up on a farm where I was around animals (cats, dogs, ducks, chickens, goats, sheep, cows, horses...) and gardened constantly. I have experience with riding, training and grooming horses as I have a horse back home.

I'm able to take on jobs that include:
House Sitting
Taking Care of Animals
Teaching English

Let me know if you think we would be a good match!
Thank you

~~I'd prefer hosts that give a steady routine with instructions rather than working here and there throughout a day confused on what to do. To be able to work all 3-5 hours in the morning and have the rest of the day free is ideal.