People used to be able to pee wherever they wanted. Not so much anymore. So often we are left to clench and hold it, hang our head in shame and meekly ask “can I use the bathroom?”. I’d had enough, and now, I’m off grid and I’ll pee where I want!
Gridlessness is a state of mind. It’s hard to describe, so I won’t try, just watch the video:
(The awesome new song in this video is Chopping Wood by our friends Last Horse Standing)
Going off grid is basically about doing what you want. Want to build a house but don’t have a permit? Sorry… a permit? What’s that?
Can’t afford a house? No problem, just whip up a little hovel. A nice big house won’t make you happy anyways (we had dirt floors for the first year and Rose loved it!)
We love to travel and adventure together as a family and homeschooling lets us do it. Wherever or whenever we go, the kids studies can be worked around it.
Wanna be a part of getting your own food? Collecting and making our own food has got to be the most rewarding work we do. Hunting, fishing, foraging and gardening is our favourite pastime.
Want to build a culvert house? A forced air incinerator? Blow something up? Go off grid baby! No one is out here to tell you what to do or how to do it.
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Have you seen Beer for Children? You should check it out, it’s an off grid essential.
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