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Dear Friends, hello and thank you for stopping by to say hello. I am a 40 year young woman that has been living off the grid for 3 years. so yes I have a genset for power, I use a cell phone and a lap top, I have a tv, mind you it is a small portable dvd player. I use things like electric mixers, and blenders in my home. so hey life is normal right? we I am looking to take my nice comfy off the grid life to a new level, I would like to drop all the comfort. I am planning on heading out and building a log cabin in the bush near a fresh water river or lake. to grow a small garden next summer, hunt and fish for food as well as gather. I know many edible plants along the coast of bc and inland, I have knowledge of wild animals. I am not squeamish at all. I have knowledge of emergency first aid and medical treatment to save a small thing from turning into a life threatening event.

I am hoping to talk with others that may be interested in doing the same thing or would just like to talk. I have many experiences that I could shear.

thank you for reading and I look forward to hearing from you

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10 Responses to “Adventure Awaits Those Who “Dare To Dream””

  1. David

    I just read your post from almost 2 years ago and what you wrote is exactly what I’m looking for. I’m just looking for a tiny piece of land to build a small cabin where I can grow and forage for food. A well, spring, stream, or River would be grand. I don’t want running water and I can even go without electricity(I love candlelight) just the bare bones necessities. I love the area of Canada you are in. Anyhow, if you are still looking for like-minded people who want to do what you have been doing please get it touch. Kind regards. Email:sdsnyc2@gmail.com

  2. European Canadian

    I am interested in your project on Vancouver Island. How do we contact you? (email: li.shui@yandex.com)

  3. Robert Brook

    Hello, my name is Robert and I have just turned 50. I used to live off grid on my boat on the river Thames for 10 years, generating my own electricity, collecting wood or buying coal for my solid fuel burner, and using propane to heat my water and for my cooker. Due to unforeseen circumstances, I lost my boat and I have been existing in an apartment now for several years. My dream is to go off grid and start to live again. I use to grow my own crops and I love cooking organic food. I capable of preparing fowl, but I am now a pescatarian, though would be happy to eat whatever is available living off grid. I am creative, having written and produced two of my own songs on acoustic guitar as well as publishing my autobiography and a poetry book I have written. I am also a dog lover.

  4. Bradley

    Kona Hawaii,

  5. Bradley

    I’m on a Hawaiian Mountain 4,000 ft. above the warm Kona Coast..
    69 yr. old musician..Time to buy a new generator, as I go Solar.. Bradley Goodman on Facebook <konarain@outlook.com

  6. Shay77

    f you need a worker or a cohabitant please feel free to email me. I am looking to get back offgrid myself so anything I can do. I do handi work of all kinds and I learn quickly. I just got back in the city and I literally cant stand it. My email address is shenoahm77@gmail.com

  7. Shenoah Miller

    I am interested in doing this. I am free now. Please contact me at shenoahm77@gmail.com.

  8. littlea7


    You seem to have everything put together and I am extremely inspired. I am currently attending UBC Vancouver and have been brought up in a very academic and corporate setting. I have always prided myself in the passion of learning. However, I feel as though I have misdirected my learning. I feel as though I belong away from the corporate world and would be much happier contributing to a much quieter and simpler life. I am currently looking for a mentor who can teach me the skills required to live that sort of life and with those skills, be able to offer whatever services I can. If you are interested, please email me at littleablake@gmail.com.

  9. Adam Little


    You look like you pretty much have everything in order. This sounds extremely inspiring. I am currently attending UBC Vancouver as an undergraduate student, but over the summer I have given more thought on how I want to live my life. I grew up in a very corporate and academic setting, but seems as though there can never be enough in that way of life. Thus, my attention has shifted to living off the grid in a quieter and simpler life. I am still very young at 19 years old and am looking for a mentor that can teach me on how to live and build the skills required for that sort of life. Learning has always felt good for me, but I feel that I can contribute for so much more when it is something that is worth learning. Please email me at littleablake@gmail.com if you are interested.

    Thank you for your time

  10. John Bafui

    Hi, my name is john Bafui and just my reading your profile aI am trilled to be there to experience the adventure and new developments, thanks forthe offering this opportunity,

    your best alliance.