Posts from — March 2011
by RSBROWNTHE2 on MARCH 30, 2011 - 2 Comments in post
by BECKYANDKESTER on MARCH 20, 2011 - 5 Comments in post
Is anyone interested in grouping together to buy some woodland? We’re in Edinburgh, but would move!
I’m looking to find somewhere to live off grid, in a yurt or other temporary dwelling however most plots are too large for just me and my boyfriend, and too expensive!
Is anyone interested in buying a big plot as a group then dividing it out, so we can all use it for whatever we like, camping, woodland crafts, living, playing etc.
Let me know if you’re interested!
Becky and Kester
by FOXRAVEN on MARCH 16, 2011 - 5 Comments in post
i am wanting to move off grid. i plan to pack my van and find a free space of land to live in two weeks. i would like a female companion. my name is james hinds-martel (aka james gabriel martel), my birthdate is 01/19/1976, las cruces, new mexico. you may search me online i exist in multiple databases. i am doing this whether people respond or not. foxraven(at) gmail . com if you are spontaneousness and also tired of the rat race. i will be leaving albuquerque in two- three weeks.
i will be taking how to books and am quite intelligent and resourceful. otherwise have no idea what i am doing. this is a leap of faith for me.
i have a blog http://rabbitcostume.blogspot.com.
i list these to show i am for real.
by GOGREEN on MARCH 13, 2011 - 10 Comments in post
Hi everyone. my name is nicole and my sons name is parker. two years ago my son was diagnosed with emotional type aspergers adhd and others we are currently all natural (diet) but the city life is just to hard on him. we both love art reading the outdoors parker just crossed over into boyscouts.. we are willing to move anywhere that is viable for gardens. we live on a ssi income. so i dont get to save much. i know woodworking(thnx dad) love animals gardening cooking veg..etc my goal is to find a loving group of people ewhere my son can be free and i can put my homaker skills to good use.. there is much more to my family but since i am looking to join a homestead ill let you all ask me some have a great day nic
by CYCLEPUTZER on MARCH 4, 2011 - 8 Comments in post
Hi! I will be starting my search for a place to live off the grid. I bought my van and will start my journey this late spring/early summer. I am interested in suggestions for inexpensive land, your experiences in ‘vanning’, and someone who would like to be a pen pal. I do have some skills – carpentry, simple electrical connections, kinda mechanical, horse training (and equine massage), nursing and herbal therapy, gardening, and vet tech – other stuff too. My chronological age is 55 but my spirit is much younger and I’m financially self sufficient. learned calmness, gratitude and the importance of being a good steward. Hoping to hear something soon, info is always appreciated! Tx
by DOMINICPORTER on MARCH 3, 2011 - 7 Comments in post
My family and I are looking for like minded people to get a bit of land and set up an offgrid community (village? zone?) somewhere within reach of Edinburgh.
We have our eye on a large patch of farm land and with enough people we plan to buy it and build up to being completely off grid. Initially this will be camper van based, progressing to a yurt or similar with composting toilets, solar/wind power, poly tunnels etc.
If you are interested in something similar, get in touch and we can meet up to discuss options!
by HI_IM_SPENCER on MARCH 1, 2011 - 13 Comments in post
I am a 23 year old male living in Orlando, FL. I make my living as a Video Editor. I am looking to move somewhere in the midwest/west and live off the grid.
I am drowning in student loan debt (among other things), and I want to escape this phony life of materialism and constant hunger for money. I want to learn to be self-sufficient and live off the grid with 1-3 like-minded, friendly people. I want to experience true freedom, and I want to remain as tucked away from ‘normal ‘ society as possible.
I am a very friendly person. Very easy to get along with.
I have $1000 saved up so far to start my journey towards living off the grid. If anyone is willing to take me in or help me out, it would be much appreciated.
Also, I am not lazy. I am perfectly willing to work hard to shape my life into what I want it to be.
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