Hey mamas! We're looking to move as my dh has a telecommuting job that will require us to live withing about 2-3 hours of DC. I was hoping for some good recommendations on finding a good community. So, here's what we're looking for... somewhere fairly rural (we don't want to live in the city/suburbs at all!) where we can have land for homesteading, a nice crunchy community, and opportunities/groups for secular homeschoolers (bonus points for unschoolers!). I know sometimes the latter two can be harder to find in more rural areas, but I'm hoping it exists out there somewhere. :) Thanks so much for your help!
2-3 hours is a good distance, you will find lots of areas! I would put in a vote for Carroll county, there is lots of lands and farms, and I know there are a few homeschool groups.
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