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Hi guys, I’m planing to go off grid and I’m searching for people that can share with me information about going off grid on south of Chile or Argentina.

To move more deep inside the unpopulated areas of Tierra de Fuego Chile (is my preferred location and not too distant of Ushuaia to have some “near” towns to get supplies when need) I was thinking on buying two horses to transport the initial equipment and tools to start the building of my long term house/cabin, and have been asking-me how difficult is going to be to maintain the horse well on winter.

Another thing that I was thinking was on a second step buy some sheeps and goats for meat, wool and milk. So If you like this idea and want to discuss about it, send me a message.


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3 Responses to “Planning to go Chile”

  1. Kam

    Whoa! That’s so cool. How is it going for you?!

  2. Astrofiziks

    I’ve been thinking about moving to chile and living off the grid. If you want find me on instagram and send me a message disclosing something about chile. Astrofizikss