[before_listing images= youtube=null] Hi, Not sure where to start so I’ll jump right in.
We’re originally from NJ, but have visited the area and have fell in love with it. Being fed up with the rat race and what regular american life has become we’ve decided it would be wiser to go back to our primitive roots and go live off the land.
While we haven’t experienced life like this in a do-or-die situation, but understand what it will take. We’re confident that we can do and learn what is necessary to live a sustainable life on our own. Our true experience level is low, but from what I understand no one starts out knowing exactly what they’re doing. We want to do whatever it takes in order to be 100% self-reliant, Just as we are meant to be.
Ideally we’d like to find other like minded people out there who’d like to join us, or perhaps allow us to join them.
We’re looking to be somewhere in the Northeastern part of the state preferably, but we’re open to anything at this point.
Is there anybody out there who is already homesteading or looking to do so immediately? I’m done waiting. I’m done wishing. I’m done wanting. It’s time to take action and stop struggling living an unhappy life.
If we cant find somewhere with shelter to offer, or we end up out there starting on our own, our temporary housing solution will be a Yurt until we can gather enough resources to build ourselves something bigger.
Please let us know if you have any interest or have any valuable information. We’re looking to get started as soon as possible.
Good luck and happy trails. [landbuddy_listing youtube=null]
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