[before_listing images=http://www.www.off-grid.net/wp-content/uploads/c0fd558d39231c7fbcf781b78b1f58b3.jpg youtube=null] I’m looking at some land and trying some crowd funding, does not hurt to try! So if that does or does not pan out I’m still game for living off grid.
I’m 47, single, currently somewhat disabled. I’m at at slower pace, I have to compensate, take my time, plan ahead on projects into tasks and do what I can. Career wise I was auto mechanic than went into wood working for awhile and then been a welder fitter for the last 15 years.
When we were going up we use to be at a trailer park in the summer, so modular living, community I’m use too.
I’m really liking the permaculture aspect, I have tools and some equipment I have a truck trailer small gas welder, a tig welder Part of a boat generator I want to use for power with wind or water.
Right now I’m digging up all the reading material at the different designs for dry toilets, cabins, soil and crop testing, rocket stoves, water wheels wind mills, worms composting, well digging, variety of stuff.
I’m a spiritual person – permacultre fits like a glove, I enjoy making stuff out of recycling stuff modifying and fixing stuff.[landbuddy_listing images=http://www.www.off-grid.net/wp-content/uploads/c0fd558d39231c7fbcf781b78b1f58b3.jpg youtube=null]
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