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FREE CABIN EXCHANGE AVAILABLE on my 30 acre farm in the coastal community of Seal Rock, in Lincoln County, in exchange for work (no pay). I’m seeking a long-term, farm caretaker/builder to tackle some projects in exchange for free rent. A small forest cabin (12 x 20) will be provided to a single caretaker, or a couple. A semi-retired or retired builder would be welcome. Will need to be able to mow, weed whack, and do wooden projects and repairs (with and without help). Would like the caretaker to do some roof work, both old and new, put on some siding, and gate repairs, plus all around handy farm work. Some knowledge of water systems and plumbing, would be a plus. Must have a valid Oregon driver’s license, with your own truck or car and be a non-smoker/drinker. Please call xxxxxxxxxx and tell me about your craft and yourself. Thanks.