Living off the grid! /w Les Motherfucking Stroud

Discussion in 'The Great Outdoors' started by Rotties4Ever, Mar 4, 2012.

  1. #1 Rotties4Ever, Mar 4, 2012
    Last edited by a moderator: Mar 6, 2012
    Living in a sustainable way with nature is a concept that Ive always been facinated with
    to me it just makes sense, or better yet it doesn make sense not to.
    does that make sense?

    anyways look at les here doing it like a baws,
    much respect to that guy

    [ame=]vandwelleruk les stroud off the grid - YouTube[/ame]
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    bear who?
  2. Excellent idea and noble concept. Not everyone has the willpower to do it. Thats the saddest part.
  3. i do, just dont have resources ($$$)
  4. Don't try it by yourself.
  5. i saw his house on an episode of cribs.. shit is wild, his fridge is in the floor !

    he lives up north near/in huntsville (ontario).
  6. we gotta start living more simply! everyone should know how to at least grow their own food or some shit like that.
    good thing i know how to garden :p
  7. yes
    or some shit like that

    sadly your average joe (including me, i aint special) cant even do that...
    but I plan on starting soon,
    probably is I want to grow organic veggies, at the same time i dont want the bugs :p
    i want the best of both worlds, and thats a bit tricky
  8. Trying to get to do thus as I get older. Almost there. No city utilities. Grow your own food.
  9. For the first time, I bought some hens, to lay some chronic Eggs, and I compost all veggies left over. The compost for the garden to grow some veggies ect... It does not take the amount of time people think, a half hour a day....ish? I firmly believe you have to invest in your self/family because nobody else will do it for you!
  10. this is bad ass.. Not that scripted nonsense :rolleyes: This dude hiked in his tools, carved handles for the heads when he got out there. Then built the cabin by hand with a axe, draw knife, saw and chisel.

    Fucking baws

    [ame=]Alone in the Wilderness - YouTube[/ame]
  11. I want a Tumbleweed Tiny House and put it near a beach/wooded area.






  12. the top video are what everyone should be living in

    the middle video is a cheaper way of doing it

    and the last one is what im going to do while i build !
  13. This is relevant to my intrests l, subscribed and will watch later.
  14. whats the best way to get started in learning the skills necessary for this type of living?
  15. quick search engine will yeild results

    use bing
  16. #17 Hessian, Apr 20, 2012
    Last edited: Apr 20, 2012
    you can't change the world without changing your life.

  17. survivorman was better.

    Id love to have a vacation home like that but id prefer the city better.
  18. this is awesome! absolutely awesome that those two decided to do that, those kids will grow up and be forever thankful. Living a life with the earth is life. We live a distant life that doesn't relate. My family would go camping all the time growing up which is what this reminds me of, the only thing is that I would want to do this with like a tribe lol, get like 5 families and go live off the grid, now THAT would be a hell of a good time.

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