Secluded 82 +/- acres located at the end of a 1/2 mile private road and nestled among big hardwood trees on a ridge top with a view of the Cumberland River Valley, is this 2 bedroom 1 bath home sitting on 4 cleared acres, the remaining 78 acres being wooded with some marketable timber.
In this video (part one and two) I go into the wilderness of North Eastern North America with only a knife and live off the land for a week. I document many of the crucial steps and tips and tricks that I do to survive in the forest. Skills shown are shelter, primitive fire, bark containers, water purification, fishing, weaving natural rope, bark shelters, trapping, edible plants, primitive cooking, fish traps….and tons more.
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Bluffton, SC Covered Horse Arena, Complete Large Group 43 Acre Event & Business Compound & Facility Available.
This summer, we’ve been honoring those who protect our freedom to dream. So we delivered a life-changing scholarship to a family who has sacrificed for their country and for each other with the help of Folds of Honor and Adam Driver. #ThisBudsForYou
Living off the grid has intrigued many people. And one of the most asked questions that Starry receives about her life is DO YOU WORK? Do YOU Need to work in order to stay off the grid?
First there are indeed a lot of misconceptions about living off the grid. Most often people think you DON’T work and just live off the land! WRONG. Then they think you need to be independently wealthy to live off grid..WRONG again. Living off the grid involves COMPROMISE. And with that a healthy balance of self sustainability, as much Independence from the dependent sources as you can be,.THEN income. SINCE we all know..money still is needed for many things…period. So Starry shares her thoughts and some things you should think about when going off the grid.
Growing your own food successfully is a constant process of learning which techniques work best for you and your plants.
Often simple bits of advice from other gardeners can help provide shortcuts to achieving success in your garden.
In this video we demonstrate ten quick tips handed down from experienced gardeners which save time, increase your growing space and reduce costs.
Wild Horses Running Free
Evel Knievel’s 19 car jump – it stood as a world record for 27 years.