[before_listing images= youtube=null] Tired of the political, economical, hypocritical rat race. I have always been happier/healthier physically and emotionally whenever I was able to “live” in seclusion. For my own sanity I have been looking for a cheap parcel of land off the grid, I have found a couple that I am interested in. I have done a tremendous amount of research, I am excited but nervous at the same time only because I am doing this on my own which is always a little scary. I came across this website and thought maybe I would be able to find people with similar interests and possibly have suggestions on land and areas to avoid. Obviously my budget will significantly change, I don’t have a lot of money to spend on land right now. My ideal is to find a safe place to be able to learn and live off the land as much as possible, I have my own vehicle, 4×4 and will have a travel trailer. I am very artistic, I love re-purposing furniture that I can find either free or at places like the goodwill, I do 3-D art and enjoy making my own organic products such as oils/lotions and scrubs. I would love to be able to build a little shop, I have a vas array of tools that will be coming with me and just focus on my art. Periodically travel around to sell my pieces, basically becoming a transient vender. I prefer New Mexico/California/Nevada/Texas with a year round mild climate, I really don’t prefer cold weather but would be able to tolerate for a couple of months, I do well in a warmer climate[landbuddy_listing youtube=null]
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