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HollerGirl56 Posted - Mar 24 2018 : 06:24:35 AM
Why are there no hillbilly farm chapters---or are there? Hillbillies talk to me--ha,ha.
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HollerGirl56 Posted - Jun 08 2018 : 05:00:12 AM
Any old hippie hillbillies out there.? I know southern WV isn't cool. Northern WV is so different that I don't even consider it WV. We border Virginia and can pop over there in no time.

Life isn't finding shelter in the storm. It's about learning to dance in the rain.===Sherrilyn Kenyon
HollerGirl56 Posted - Jun 08 2018 : 04:43:56 AM
People---this is so funny. I was making a joke. I have never known anyone in WV who was interested in something like this. I am a weird hillbilly---always was. Never understood the people here and still don't. But I love my life and the fact that I am different. I acted like Darlene on Roseanne in high school and was in love with Mick Jagger---I am an old hippie hillbilly for sure.

Life isn't finding shelter in the storm. It's about learning to dance in the rain.===Sherrilyn Kenyon
suny58 Posted - Apr 08 2018 : 11:27:39 AM
Barbara we loved West Virginia! We traveled there a few times a year spring and winter! Have a timeshare in Harrisburg Virginia and we would go skiing at Snowshoe. I loved HarpersFerry, Bath, and we have friends in Charleston. I always wanted to retire there but not the hubs! Met lots of great folks! I hope you find some gals to make your chapter!

Farmgirl #7703
FGOTM January 2018
Dianna
"Blessed are they that see beautiful things in humble places, where other people see nothing." Pissarro
HollerGirl56 Posted - Apr 07 2018 : 07:35:51 AM
You are the first person to answer this so there are no girls yet. It would be fun if some other hillbilly girls answer this. I am proud to be a hillbilly. I live on land that was settled by my family in the 1800's. No other families have ever owned this property and I am proud of my hillbilly heritage. So when I say hillbilly I mean it in a good way. I live halfway between Princeton and Beckley. We are also fairly close to Hinton. Where is your husband from? I hope to hear back from you and maybe some other proud mountain women. I am 61 years old---an old hillbilly.
LisaStrange Posted - Apr 06 2018 : 11:03:54 PM
Iím in East TN close to pigeon forge. Iím half hillbilly from my husband and redneck from Mobile Al. Where are you at? I would love to get together with the girls sometimes. I have a glamper and Iím ready to use it.

Lisa Strange
katmom Posted - Mar 24 2018 : 11:59:27 AM
Barbara,,, lol! keep on yoodling,, you'll find WV farm sisters... they are out there...

In fact,,, put it out there and start a group... even if it is only a virtual group,, 'sitting on the porch, and sippin' iced (well today maybe hot) tea" and sharing gardening/sewing/cooking ideas.

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