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I am a single 44 year old guy with an SUV, 6 man tent, 15X15 foot screen enclosure, grill, cooler, and some minor misc. items I need to tent camp. I am being drowned by this rat race, and desperately want to go off grid living. I have a very small income from online college classes, and can’t afford to buy a piece of property to get started. I am desperately looking for some help. I wouldn’t mind traveling to get where I need to go as long as it doesn’t cost me too much to get there. I can’t seem to get ahead and get any money saved until I can get off the grid, so if you can help, please contact me at robstileservice74@gmail.com. Thanks

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12 Responses to “Desperate to go off grid, but need help!”

  1. ratnomore

    I see comments but not many responses. I’m in north florida. Currently ON grid but want to practice with some off grid technologies before moving somewhere and putting it all into full effect. I’d like to grow food, finish putting together my solar panels, try out the rocket stove technology, etc. Looking for a partner. Living on grid is too expensive for low income people. I have 4 acres with a 3bd 2 bath double wide.

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  2. UKchris

    Is there room for someone from the uk? I want to get over to the US and start living off grid but not sure how to go about it. I’ve money for land and the essentials to get up and running. I’m in my late 40s with plenty of skills.

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  3. Shatone

    Hey guys, I’m seeking to obtain survival skills. Building homes, sewing clothing, making shoes, growing food, etc.
    I am currently in Lincoln, NE and I don’t have much money for traveling great lengths nor purchasing my land. Any advice?

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  4. chowan

    NE NV here I could offer access to good camping, access to solar power,chicken product and meat rabbit product, Verizon Wireless internet is good, water is haul in but i could haul in a load as needed.
    reply to forum if you would like to talk more.
    Chow

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    • Christina

      I’m a 23 year old active woman. I have a 2 year old daughter but I know how to sew cook clean and I just want to live off grid and be apart of an up lifting community

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  5. Connie

    I have 8.29 acres in southern Missouri. Off grid, just starting out. Have the essentials, but need some MAN power. In my 50’s, retired trucker…no not obese either.

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    • Rob

      It will have to be in couple months. I am waiting on my school money so I can travel.

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    • RobLiese74

      Hello Connie, are you still looking for some man power? I am looking for someone who already has off grid property that would like some company. I am single and would really like to find someone I can get to know and possibly turn into something more if all feels right, but no rush there. I just want out of this ciaos, and rat race.

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  6. Carl

    I’m offering you a opportunity. , To go off grid. I’m a senior citizen, and have no really family. I live off grid . It would be nice to have some company with the same interests. I’m a veteran, and need help to build a small cabin, and enjoy life while I can. I’m still in good health, and still do my part. So if your interested, get back with me, and we will talk some more

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    • Eric Platz

      I’m looking to go off grid to but I live in Texas where do you live right now that you’re living off grid is here in Texas you can’t do that we have no free land to live off of the government owns it all

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    • kyote

      could you tell what state your in? really interested. we are in our 50’s and looking for a opportunity. we already have lived off grid and wanting to go back to it.

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