My new dream, living off-grid.  What are the costs, what are the sharing opportunities?  Can shipping containers be used as an option to reduce, reuse, recycle.  Very creative person, and willing to learn on how to do a build it myself to make the dream happen. There are obviously plenty more questions to ask and I would probably be looking at land-share options.

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  1. Dr Dew

    I’ve been searching for a good spot in the US for a while now. I’ve found fully free spots with zero amenities and zero rules (the wild west). There’s also spots for $250 a month you get RV hook ups with public bathrooms and showers (also a wood shop and rec center with library).
    You can go cheap af if you want to live a hobo life, I would personally like a spot with a way to make money. For instance in Utah they pay you $50 for every Coyote you kill, then you can sell the hide for $75. I’ve heard of people turning in 175 Coyotes at one time. In Florida they pay you by the foot for dead Pythons.
    Definitely do your research before making any moves, its all about location, location, location.. A good spot can make your life way easier.

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  2. Homestead2021

    Hello rooter. PM wasn’t working so my question is what country are you in?

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