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I love the idea of water power but being a do it yourselfer I would probably want to be able to do it myself
if that is I had enough water here to play with.
Wind is where its at for this area
Hi beast I saw you interested in a piece of property suitable for off grid use and also that you seem to be interested in blacksmithing
and wanted to talk to you for a bit privately
beorn atttt swordmaking dotttt com
hope to hear from youMay 11, 2014 at 12:00 am in reply to: Writing an eBook about off grid. Looking for some advice/collaborators #68237
Hi Littlebang please post a contact of some sort
MJ of course its a money driven company like beast said its a very simple concept and technique but they have spent an awfull lot of time
and money both popularising earthships and fighting legal battles to be able to build these things.
plenty of vids around showing you how to pound dirt which is half the battle but besides that these earthships are suppose to be designed
around water and energy conservation with some permaculture landscaping thrown in and no its not that easy to get everything working together correctly
yes you can do it yourself but it will take you a lot of time and many costly mistakes im sure if you need
to be asking im guessing its probably i good idea for you to spend the money or time working with someone thats doing it
And I cant post in general again seems like i can access the other areas so it may have something
to do with me being in general when i logged in
Well if you have some way to contact you that isnt a problem to put out public let me know
and maybee we can get together on skype or something.
maybee with the site upgrade we can send private messages.
any good bow woods easly avalable in michigan?
hi beast sorry to hear about you having throat cancer hope its all better from now on
perhaps when your feeling better i could involve you in the idea i wanted to talk to papakoko about
where are you locate if you dont mind me asking?
If i remember rght it normally took a day or two for landbuddy posts to clear
Forget my other post Wretha thanks.
Papakoko could you post some sort of anon or disposable email so I can contact you about your
primitive bow making and off grid aspirations.
Well bugger im back to blocked out of general again.
Wretha could you ask papakado to post some sort of anon email i like to get a hold of him about his
being a primitive bowyer.
pretty pleaseNovember 13, 2013 at 12:00 am in reply to: #67950
all depends on where you decide to move to and build on most places yes have building codes that you
must adhere to legally, running water and 110/220 wiring is also normally stipulated.
in a lot of places a min square footage is also a requirement.
Campers have different requirements but you will still probably find yourself
looking down a rule list in the end.
For example here I think 4 weeks and the RV needs to be moved or you need to have a
code septic installed
some places while these codes are on the books they are not normally enforced
All i can tell you about where is dont try California.
hey i can log in again
best of luck to you and your wife just wanted to let you know your not just talking to yourself
have you tried landbuddy?
where is the land you have found situated?
Personally i think a off grid lifestyle is great for children but the initial setup can be difficult and i dont think kids need to go through all of that
if you can get off grid and setup to provide for yourself and your kids why not?
An old timer here told me about a couple and a young baby that came to this area totally unprepared for the winter
ended up with no liquid water, no food and the only heat they had was a cut off 55 gallon drum inside a old fifth wheel
without even a chimney to get the smoke out.He says he bought them a meal and a one way ticket back to california.
probably only 15 or 20 miles depends a bit whether your east or west of 233 if your on the murdock mountain side im probablyjust over the “hill” fom you.if your closer to pilot valley/pilot peak you are a bit further away but there is a lot more people living in that areahave you been to the property yet?