I guess my definition’s to living off the grid after much research is at this point a bit different than when I first started seeking about off grid topics, to “live off the grid” simply meant to have a home that was not connected to the electricity grid. In other words, to have a battery backed-up solar, hydro or wind power system. Then I learned about people who were getting electricity by charging batteries using a generator once a week. I thought that was hardcore, but then I heard from folks who didn’t even have a generator, and were cooking with wood, lighting with oil and doing, literally, everything by hand. And I heard others definition to living off the grid: Being a ghost to the government. Living under the radar. Staying on the move. Being as free as free can get in today’s society.Dropping out of society. No taxes. No Job. Minding your own business and expecting the rest of the world to do the same. I came to the conclusion that for each off us it could and it will be different , here is a site to share your dreams, ideas, a place to Dream of such a life someday . I hope this page will help others looking for intentional communities, living off the grid communities to meet others, share ideas and hopefully hook up with kindred spirits who they can start such communities, or discuss ideas, learn from those fortunate to be off the grid, I hope this site is endless in what could come of it .


13 responses to this post.

  1. I’m so excited for you!!! You are taking the next step, with vision and courage. Thank you for opening the doors of possibility through all of the photos and stories you have shared on Facebook. Now it’s time to connect in person, engage with reality in a new way, live it, and together, create the new realities we know are possible. Wahoo! I’m following you sister!!!!!


  2. Thank you. I have a Dream to see if we can get many communities started all over so everyone can find their niche . Thank You !


  3. Posted by Dave on March 20, 2013 at 3:52 pm

    I truely enjoy all your posts about sustainability,the photos of log homes and mountain scenery on fb, and it’s nice to read your blog as well. Keep up the great work!!!


  4. thanks for keeping going. this is all part of the process. Facebook doesn’t own us, though they and all the others we are trying to bypass would like. Great idea you have here. Thank again for doing this.


  5. Posted by Kristin on April 7, 2013 at 1:39 pm

    Love this!! Such great pictures and ideas. Thank you 🙂


  6. Really enjoy your postings and articles. We live off-grid in Nova Scotia Canada; and have room for more people to join us. Check us out at http://www.facebook.com/SnowLakeKeep


  7. Posted by Sue Ellen Brown on April 25, 2013 at 7:45 am

    These are great. Great pictures. Enjoy more to see.
    Thank you. Sue Ellen Brown


  8. Thanks for this blog and your thoughts on off the grid.


  9. Posted by Bruni Mason on May 9, 2013 at 9:09 am

    I am very interested in the communal living aspect for women. Would live to hear more about that. I live in the Southwest of the USA.


  10. check out the wagon i built , and it is for sale 😦 http://www.gypsyrosed.blogspot.com


  11. sounds like a dream, completely off the grid 🙂


  12. Posted by John on July 5, 2013 at 1:17 pm

    since 1975; and this blog has vast amounts of info: http://littlebloginthebigwoods.blogspot.com/


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