I want to move out west and I’m looking for a like minded person to share knowledge and experiences with. I might live in Nc but I don’t want to stay here. Funds are low right now that’s why summer of 2017 I plan to make my way out west and start training myself to the elements.

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12 Responses to “Looking to go off-grid by summer of 17, need a partner”

  1. Ed

    I am ready to do this I have a small income so I could do this full time. Been a contractor building for a long time also owned my own dairy farm till 2000 tired of this rat race !!

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  2. Dennis

    I have been wanting to get out of the rat race myself for some time now. I live on the south side of Indianapolis. I’m to the point where I’d rather work to make a nice off grid small community with like minded people than working to help the fat cats get new BMWs.

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  3. Amber

    I’ve been thinking of off the grid living since my divorce. No kids, living with my parents, saving as much money as I possibly can. I let ex keep the house; it was a relief to get my name off that ridiculously high mortgage.
    I’m in the southeastern Wisconsin area now. I’m learning a lot from you guys. You are so inspiring!

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  4. Cody

    Im living off grid now in southern california, I have a 33ft travel trailer with a 800 watt solar system, atmospheric water generator that makes 10 gallons of clean drinking water per day, long range wifi antenna that picks up free wifi signal for 2 miles, streaming android blackbox for all the free cable tv and movies in theaters, low energy 6 watt lightbulbs, mini 20 watt 1080 hd pojector for watching free movies outdoors on the side of the trailer while sitting by the fire, and a nice battery bank for storing all my the free power. I dont pay a dime for rent ever, Im 29 years old so I enjoy parking by the beaches, in tje forests and next to amuswment parks and casinos. I set up at festivals, swapmeets and street fairs and sell electronics I import from china. I can afford to pay up to $5000 in rent per month with the products I sell but why would I want to tie myself down to one spot in a normal looking white walled house when I can travel in my self sustained custom built rv and enjoy life instead. I creat and use my own water, my own electricity and dont leave a very big carbon footprint at the same time. I contantlt learn new things, and see new things, I eat food grown from real farmers bought at farmers markets and believe fully in natural alternatives to medicine. If you want help getting started going off grid let me know, I enjoy helping others shed all there bills away and free themswlves from the conventional way of living.

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  5. marie

    what a great idea i’m been looking for someone to partner up with ….but the good ones have died or have other plans…this would be great!

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  6. ronald lindsay

    working on a school bus,for grid free living,and peace of mind, like to have a partner.

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  7. lesa

    so sick of the world looking to get back to drama free life in the woods simple life again . get back in touch with me

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  8. Beard Dave

    Montana, I’ve got to say is high on my list but it’s all about location.

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  9. steve

    I’ve been looking into it, Montana? low taxes plenty of land.

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  10. PJ_and_AK

    Been considering the same…. Looking more West (aka warmer climate) AZ, NM.

    Land & location are my priorities. As far as the build goes…. that I can adapt to.

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  11. Chris

    Let’s do it

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  12. CARRIE W

    Been wanting to do the same thing for a while now.

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