[before_listing images= youtube=null] What does “Living off the grid” mean to you?
I enjoy the creature comforts of life. Going off the grid does not mean giving up those comforts.
It’s lifestyle to me.
What do you want to be? A farmer, Baker, candle stick maker?
Don’t laugh! When the lights go off, you will need food, bread, and light. Who will you turn to? Wal-Mart? I think not.
Any community, to thrive will need to trade with other communities. Why? Because no community can produce everything they need. When a community can thrive, there is a future.
Having a “Home Base” is good. I personally like the adventure of trading with “off the grid” communities.
What do you need? What do you have to trade? Think outside the box. This will test your survival skills as well as your ingenuity. Even a rock has value. Also Labor, lodging, water, dinner. You name it there is value there. I would like to set up a rout, so you will know when to expect me. I am also a minister, and can marry. Are you like minded? Want the adventure “Off-The-Grid : On-The-Road”. Let’s convoy.
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