[before_listing images= youtube=null] Seems to me there are many looking to break free of mainstream societies ways, but also involve many obstacles to overcome. We are looking to join others who already live off the grid, or team up with others to find aplace together.
When considering our own ideals such as location,lifestyle and all sorts of other factors, finding suitable partnerships may not happen quickly. And even if it did, what do you do when its not working out as planned?
I’ll tell you what I did. Bought myself a camper, didn’t spend a lot, and started the transition to off grid on my own in the vast free land use of the Southwest. There are actually areas all over the country you can camp totally free. In the mean time I explore other options at my leisure, and serves as a back up plan for any failed negotiations. The beauty of an RV is that where ever you go, you’re already home, and even better, an every day adventure at that. At any rate,
I welcome anyone to join the club on wheels and start living the dream instead of waiting for it. Anyone interested but stuck in some way, there’s always some way of getting what you need on any budget. take it from me, I was there.[landbuddy_listing youtube=null]
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