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November 29, 2019


Someone dressed inappropriately Inappropriately At least for outdoors All right, so We didn’t cover where we were staying in the tour video because we think this place needs a whole video all to itself So when we were looking To purchase our land when we realized that we couldn’t find a farm And that we couldn’t find a house with acreage. We started looking into raw land we had a couple different options one of our options One of our options was a yurt or possibly even an RV and those two would require a significant investment to purchase either the RV or the yurt and get it set up get our system set up as far as solar panels and or some sort of electricity? Some way of having some sort of water And might require even having the septic put in or even having some sort of well put in if we were to go that route but the other out was finding some piece of raw land that already had some sort of cabin or trailer on it and So that was the better option Because we knew that there was going to be systems already in place for that And it would allow us to transition to the property quicker so when we were looking for property That’s that was a key factor in finding raw land And that’s what we found so what we ended up getting was a piece of property as I said It’s about 20 acres in the foothills of Appalachia and on it is a little of old trailer that has been sort of converted into What we call a the camp because it’s more like a hunting camp And we’ll give you a quick tour as soon as I get this laundry hung. How was that shower? No, it was actually horrible. oh why? cuz it is really warm like I scalded to death like I swear I got burnt, and then I got really cold to the point where I had get out It was horrible, and I could only clean myself in that small half second transition between the hot and the cold So the hot water heater runs on a specific amount of water pressure needs a minimum amount of water pressure in order to kick on the burner to heat the water and There’s not a ton of water pressure up here and you can’t be running like the sink or anything else to like drop the pressure to the Faucet or whatever it is you’re using that you want hot water coming out of So you know just taking a shower and as you had to hot water And then the pressure dropped the boiler turned off and then it was icy spring water It’s not funny Who did this?!? This it’s a person that’s still inside of their laundry oh All right, let’s go in. I’ll give you a tour All right, so this is our small 600 foot trailer that we’re living in We definitely had to Downsize quite a bit to fit everything on the property I’ll show you some other storage options that we have in a little bit, but for right now Let’s give you a tour of the place. This is our living room And this is wet headed marina we just got out of the shower My Christmas tree that we switched over to all LED lights guys I didn’t clean for you, so I mean you get what you get you guys are like real life. This is real life We just moved in a week and one day ago so we haven’t had time to organize very much here, so this is what you get this is our workstation for editing and charging station Like we said in the first video the This place is heated with a wood stove and when this thing gets Rocking this place gets to be about 83 degrees in here So this little thing puts out a good amount of heat it really keeps us nice and toasty And we do have the propane heater in the back if for some reason this wouldn’t work This is our kitchen setup. We do have a regular standard refrigerator this is our biggest problem right now because when the compressor kicks on this thing sucks a whole lot of power and so it’s something that we are going to need to solve because this tends to kick out in the middle of the night and Then we have to run the generator to recharge the batteries to get it to cool down again during the day Its never really dropped so any dangerous levels of all the food in there is still safe throughout the night I know a couple people are going to comment about that, but it is something that we are going to need to figure out We have a little propane stove here with an oven this thing is amazing It’s super tiny and it like works really really well. It’s super efficient. We just made some scones this morning So this is our little sink as Jeremy said in the first video we the water comes from a spring That’s done over the hill. There’s a submersible pump and a little spring box down there It pumps the water up But we do have hot water on demand because we have a hot water heater an on-demand hot water heater outside And because we are on spring water we do filter our water And this is our Berkey filter a lot if you guys have heard of Berkey before it’s something that we went with the Berkey filters Can be quite expensive ours is a scratch and dent We have like a couple Couple dings and dents on this particular unit but it doesn’t affect the quality because the filters themselves still work really well It’s just superficial and so far. That’s all of our potable water comes from As you can see I don’t have any shelving space around here we threw this little fold-out table in here just to kind of have some sort of kitchen space Counter space and everything else is in boxes on the floor hopefully we can get Jeremy to build me some sort of l-shaped Countertop in here with some storage underneath not really a priority right now. This is functional, and it does it does work It’s not pretty, but it does work for us And right now. There’s a lot of snow out there, so it’s kind of hard to build some things and Yeah, so this is what you get take you down the hall, and I’ll show you the kid’s room This is the girls room We have bunk beds in here because there’s not much space and because This is a temporary Shelter for us a temporary living space for us I gave them free rein to do and decorate however they wants in their room and you can see their beautiful Artwork that they did this is marinas up here her Totoro and her sprites on the wall and Down here behind the door is a Lhari little kitty and She’s tucked up under here with her little light I am drawing a cute fox and here is what I am working on So everyone wants to know like for reals, what do you think about moving out here like for real for real? I think it’s just really different from my dad’s house Here you have to like get your own stuff Heat up your own house with the wood heater and at my dad’s you can just click a button and you have heat in your house What about showers At my dad’s house you can have like as long showers as you want and it’s like you can do warm Hot or cold, but here. It’s like either really hot or really cold rather your spring water No do you like it out here or no, I do really like it and we do get a lot of snow So yeah, you don’t get this kind of snow down on your dad’s home. No. It’s not even snowing up there right now What do you not like about it down here? You’re up here. What do you not like about living here um? Showers I don’t like Hot showers and then immediately cold showers or really cold showers, and then really hot showers. What about the out house. Do you like that? We do have an outhouse, but we also have a regular bathroom, let me show that to you All right, so this is our teeny-tiny one bathroom, and you can see we have a washer in here Yes, we do our laundry with a washer. We don’t have to use a bucket or anything Because when the generator is on it will power this and that’s really really good We do huh shower like we said on-demand hot-water Toilet I Mean we probably with the spring box. We probably get like one good. Flush. We do follow the rule of is yellow Let it Mellow so you know we do have to not flush all the time We are a bit conservative with with the water up here just because you know we have only such a strong flow rate going into that well box and it only fills up so much and so fast and again We have to have the generator on to pump the water up here right now because our system Isn’t quite sized to have that off flush on demand which is actually kind of good because we are learning a lot about conservation so That’s the toilet shower taking in our room So this is our tiny I guess you would call it the master bedroom. No. I have to premise this by saying I think it’s really creepy when people show bedrooms to the public. I think they’re very private spaces But for one time only this video I’m showing you guys because I know you’re curious as to what the space looks like in this tiny trailer, so This is the master bedroom It’s light and bright and airy we do have a queen size bed that Barely fits here in this room, but it does fit and right now. We don’t have a bed frame It’s something that Jeremy’s going to have to build at some point, but having the mattress on the floor works Just fine, and we do have called closet space and it functions just fine Right outside the master bedroom in this little hallway. Here is the back door that leads out to? The generator and the on-demand hot water heater This is kind of also that secondary escape route for fires or anything like that, but that’s our secondary door And I’m pretty sure these Curtains came with a very original trailer, but I might just leave them I think I’m gonna leave them here. let’s go talk to marina So you’re happy as long as you have internet, right? Yeah And the fire without that I’d literally want to move out So what do you think about the place? Everyone wants to know what you really really honest thoughts are of Moving out here. I mean, I really like it out here cuz it’s like a remote area and There’s No one just like no neighborhood you can’t like wake up in the middle of the night to like loud booming music from the neighbors or I Don’t know a kid screaming or something like that It’s just quiet except for maybe like a deer or an owl um in the generator outside. (laughs) and the generator um I mean this house I Like it, but it’s really small from someone who has a top bed bunk Thats right you do hit the head on the ceiling yeah, I did last night. I woke up and my head hit the little shelf I told you it’s gonna happen And um I like it out here as long sleek the fires running So in the summer you won’t like it? in the summer. I’ll hate it probably I Will hate it, but I like how snows up here, I haven’t seen it snow in a long time, so yes we were in a teeny tiny place so what happened to all of our stuff some of you guys have been following us for a while know that the house that we lived in was a lot bigger than this it was actually 1,800 square feet on the First floor and then we also had a finished basement that was almost a thousand square feet And we had a full-size pantry in the basement so what happened to all of our stuff well most of the stuff we sold We sold off all of the plasma TVs obviously those aren’t gonna Do very well on a generator we sold off our large couch Which isn’t going to fit in here a lot of our large bulky furniture King-size bed that kind of stuff all that we sold, and we kept only what we needed here What happened to the pantry let me take you outside, and I’ll show you our food pantry is All right out here’s our pantry So one of the very first Problems, or issues that came up when moving to raw land was what to do with the pantry in particular since we were at the very start of winter we didn’t know where to store everything and to keep it from freezing when This property came with this little shed on it That was used for tractors and garden supplies and so the very first thing we did when we moved out here was to insulate this shed with r-13 insulation to try and keep the inside contents from freezing All right, let’s go in Believe it or not our entire food pantry we were able to fit inside of this tiny shed We were able to get the two shelves in here And we lined all the shelves with all of our canned goods now because we don’t know How these are going to do out here in the winter I mean so far They are not freezing the temperature is staying above freezing inside of here But because we don’t know how these are going to do I have not been canning So I’m not going to add to the problem until I know exactly how these are going to Get through the winter on top of that as we start to get into spring and summer when we start building I’m gonna have a whole other set of problems with jars being too hot and that’s something that we haven’t solved yet Might just end up having to put in a root cellar Before we even start building the house just to make sure that our are canned goods Stay safe, but this is our food pantry All right so what about the rest of our stuff as you guys know Jeremy had a lot of tools a lot of work benches and We also had a lot of garden supplies What do we do with all that well that was another Big problem that we needed to solve before moving to overall land and our solution to that was a storage container So what we ended up doing was purchasing a 40-foot storage container We got a truck to haul it up here Which required a little bit of help from Jeremy to actually get it up the hill I’m going to take you yard or a 40-foot storage container, and we’ll show you the rest of our stuff from our house This is for deer All right, so here’s our 40-foot storage container and It’s pretty dark in here, but this is where we keep the rest of our supplies and right now Everything is just kind of stuffed in here because we haven’t had a chance to Organize anything yet like we said we just have been out here a week now Even though we were able to access the property before we actually purchased it And we’re going to talk about that in another video But we we didn’t have a lot of time to organize things so everything’s just kind of stuffed in here for right now But this is going to end up being part storage and also Jeremy’s workshop, so That’s the rest of our stuff Finally the chickens. I’ll take you over and show you these guys. This is their first snow, and they are not happy Hello chickens you’re not gonna come out today You don’t like snow It’s been like three hours, and they have not come out yet, I did put some water inside their coop Which will help prevent it from freezing. But just in case they don’t decide to not come out all day They at least have some water as far as their food. They do have food, but they’re gonna have to come out for that I Got an egg One egg I am just so happy to be out here, I’ve lived in small apartments I’ve lived in McMansion homes I’ve lived on all different kinds of properties and This by far is my favorite Place I have ever lived. It’s just beautiful out here, and I absolutely love the little trailer it’s a little hard to explain, but having a family and When you’re living in a large house everyone kind of can go off into their own rooms and have their own space, but it also Creates some sort of separation with everyone in this little place Everyone’s kind of all together, and we all kind of sit down on the floor and on the couch and have dinner together It’s not like sitting at a formal table. Everything is just very relaxed and comfortable And cozy, it’s the way to put it It’s very very cozy, and I just love it and even though I’m looking forward to building our own place Our own little cabin up on the hill I really like this little trailer and That’s our tour, so I hope you guys have enjoyed it And if you guys like this kind of stuff stay tuned because we’re gonna be giving you tours of all of our systems our water how we generate power some of the different issues that we have and how we’re going to resolve those and Just daily life as it unfolds so stay tuned we’ll see in the next video. Thanks for watching

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  1. For more OFF GRID videos, check out our playlist: https://goo.gl/BqNFxg More info in the description. Thanks for watching!

  2. Enjoyed watching you & your beautiful family Adjusting with the up's & down's of living a very advantaged life !!!ENJOY IT ALL & Tks for sharing

  3. I know this may come a little too late, but , in the winter, you don’t really need a fridge. Especially when you have snow.. use it
    I would also do baths instead of showers. Constant temperature, more relaxing.

  4. very beautiful there it's a shame you guys or unable to move in the spring for the first winter maybe a little tough it'll be worth it

  5. I’ve been hook for a few weeks. Love your channel. I just got 4 chickens and that’s how I found you guys. Something on this video confuses me about Alauria(sorry for the misspell) but Jeremy’s not Dad?

  6. my aunt use to put the fridge outside on her porch in the winter, cause her wood stove made it work double time then brought it back in during warmer months same thing with hot water heaters outside in Florida

  7. Back in the 1960's my parents and I bought a small vacation lot near a lake and lived in a small 8×30 house trailer during the summer months when we stayed there.  Wonderful times I'll never forget.  Today we have a 30×70 manufactured house on the same property.  Home sweet home.  Enjoy your "beginning"!  😉

  8. Thank you for the transparency. You seem happier than the last video I saw. Proud of you guys for living your dreams.

  9. Simple and practical , best way to go. Plus I’m proud yaw found a spot with plenty of privacy. Yaw living a dream a lot of people would die for. I live kinda that way but it’s not as private as yaws but I wouldn’t trade the place I’m at for nothing well. Maybe a cooler and more off grid . But it’s life. So keep doing what ya doing and it’ll work out. And glad too see your like my wife. Loves her chickens and fishing and hunting ect. ??

  10. Looks ok,… but its in Appalachia,… it looks close to Antarctica,…. move to Missouri or Arkansas or Idaho you would be much happier there,….for privacy reason's.
    Because, Ohio suck's, Pennsylvania has alway's sucked and who knows about West Virginia, I'm referring to new laws.
    Such as Civil forfeiture laws,.. wanting to erect border's laws and worse laws.

  11. Nice to see a normal person video without all the BS and hype and an appreciation of simple things yet not giving up on important stuff like the internet 🙂

  12. Absolutely beautiful. I see you can but what about fermenting would you consider it? PROBIOTICS are so good for health.

  13. After our home burned down we had to live for a year in a nice rental on a postage stamp lot (our 1/2 acre previous lot was quiet). Our new neighbors (10’ away house to house) were mysteriously inhospitable and got up equally mysteriously to vacuum for two hours! Then yell at each other’s for the next two hours and off and on throughout the day. The other side neighbor (15’ feet house wall to house wall) ran a car ‘recovery’ business at all hours using a huge truck lacking a muffler. Across the street the neighbors screamed at nothing in particular… (and this was a pretty nice urban neighborhood!) This sealed the deal in our minds to leave the city and buy acreage and live the rural dream off-grid on our own farm!

  14. I have totally enjoyed finding your channel and am learning a lot binge watching your videos. : ) I am especially looking forward to your update videos as you work on solutions for your food storage pantry. I live in a very small cabin in the woods and would like to build some sort of emergency food storage by canning, but I will have to figure out how to store the jars and keep them from getting too hot in the summer. We do have a storage shed but no electricity to it. Thank you so much for all you do to help educate others!!!

  15. Started following you guys on instagram. We are having a water storage issue also. Thinking of using a water tank with a "local" or tank mounted demand type RV pump. Then put a float switch inside the tank to refill as needed from the spring box. We are considering this setup using a carolina water tank or something very similar.
    www.carolinawatertanks.com

  16. Thank you for sharing this. This is very cool, in a different life I would love to do something like this.
    This down to earth earnest tour of this camp is just perfect. Its a perfect start.
    I am impressed about the quality, and the way things are already.(yes I know its a a long time ago already)

  17. This is great. In mind however, I really want just some raw land but with a series of tiny houses on it, one for each specific purpose that I have in mind. I really appreciate this video however. It reminds me of property we had in Osceola, MO with no conveniences, except for electricity..but miles and miles of hunting and hiking trails. Great video once again!!

  18. Just stumbled on your channel, cuz I wanna start canning I really wanna start a home stead, hopefully soon!! I just love how laid back you guys are! And that “cabin” is adorable

  19. Now its time to make your own candles and stop purchasing boughten candles that are so toxic. Try soy or beeswax. Cleaner too

  20. This looks amazing! Congrats you guys! My hubby and I just bought in the kootenay area of BC. We'll definitely be watching your vids!

  21. You guys get a bucket of snow and sit it next to that stove to melt so you can flush every time, you must use your natural resources.

  22. Beautiful can't wait to see your vision for this place. I wish one day to be able to have lots of land and a homestead. Love it and love your way of thinking!

  23. Greetings from Northern Ireland, been following you guys for quite a while, and got a lot out of your chicken videos, fantastic, and followed you through your ups and downs. Good luck with your new move … looks like you have your work cut out for you. Keep true to your lifestyle and hopefully you can laugh back years from now at what you went through and how far you have come 🙂 Life’s gonna be great for you all.

  24. Why not build an ice box like the Boss of the swamp did in his cabins? And maybe consider a hydraulic ram pump to bring the water to a holding tank. Engineer775 has a great how to video of it.

  25. You and your family look so happy all the time. I understand that you are normal and everythings not always peachy. Do you feel that moving out to the country and disconnecting from the normal drama of TV and the city has attributed to it?

  26. This is SO cool!!! I was looking into canning potatoes and I found you!!! I'm 67, mother, grandmother and greatgrandmother!! I can, forage wild fruits, make jams and jellies! I'm alone now so watching your family gives me entertainment and I'm learning more at my age. Blessing to your family. I'm heading to North Carolina, in October, neices live there, I live in North central WI near the Blue Hills. I had a wood stove when husband was alive, now I'm in city. So I am so glad to have found you. Okay, time to can potatoes as I watch you on Utube as I don't have cable!!

  27. I have been watching recently a number of homesteaders that I have newly subscribed to as this is my dream also. But what no one is talking about or saying is even though you are living off grid there are still some things that you need to purchase like toilet paper Etc so therefore how or where are the money is coming from the purchase these things and if you're living off grid how do you even get money to even buy 20 acres? I am trying to understand how that I can make this happen in my life when I only work a minimum wage job part-time.

  28. I enjoy taking this journey with you as I watch from almost the beginning of your life and development on this 20 acres in the foothills of the Appalachia

  29. This makes me smile! So glad your girls are good with things! We are envious here in the mid-west! It's summer here as we are commenting and are just getting rid of really awful summer colds. We did order some black strap molasses as we found you drinking in one of your vids. Haven't found a sweet spot for it yet, but hey, if it will keep the germs at bay….we will find a way to get it down! LOL! Great video!

  30. Exposed Fiberglass insulation won't last long with rodents…you could put in a similar propane heater as the house has they make them with kits with small fans to move the heat in your pantry to save your canning from excess freezing.

  31. I would just like to say that I enjoyed your tour and that was really awesome and I think that y'all are so blessed thank you again for the tour

  32. The root cellar might be a good idea. I recently was learning about how old homesteads were built. First, the root cellar (for pretty much the reason you were considering it) , then the barn and the house was last. Happy homesteading!

  33. Now I see. You guys moved from the 1 acre to the 20 acre!! On the different kitchens!! Love it!
    We found 5 acres with an old 154 yr farmhouse that had been electric/plumbing now too. While we still have our city house- near where my husband works. We bought our retirement homestead about 10 yrs prior to retirement. Love the country. We put in Solar, new wood and propane stoves right now.

  34. My brother and his wife- have 200 acres. A tree farm of pinewood. He bought 2 of these 40 ft containers. used one for storage like you guys are doing. The other one he is converting to a total off-grid dwelling with kit, living, and bath in it. Doing all the work himself, she helps too of course. Then they plan to build a retirement home, in the middle- of the 10 acre all hardwood area.

  35. If you live in Amsterdam, or probably any major highly populated city in Europe, this amount of space is just normal for an average family.

  36. I’m not very educated about chickens. I’m wondering how do you keep them from freezing to death. Do the eggs freeze? I’m just curious. And where in the world is Appalachia?
    I love the little trailer by the way. I agree with you on togetherness.

  37. You could just put snow in a bucket and bring it in the house and let it melt and then pour it into the toilet and it will flush it for you, without the use of the spring water. You can do that as supplement to your flushing.

  38. Hi, it;s me again.  I am not going to skip ahead but rather watch the progression as you video, build and grow.   I have a couple of ideas.  For instance; fridge freezer, modern campers and motorhomes have some very big 12 volt/propane/electric units. 2ndly how about a water tower to fulfil gravity feed pressure so the heater works as it should. ( you can mix hot and cold this way.  3rd, create a kill zone in your yard big enough to attract deer and other wildlife that will not be skittish near the house.  Sometimes a great hunting opportunity or just film wildlife as an extra for your vlogs..  I think a root cellar, basement or just an underground  cache place under home would be great.  Check out My Self Reliance later part of cabin build near the floor build episode. I'll keep on watching!

  39. Loving the info! We will be living this dream soon too, can't wait! Quick questions : your shed that is your cold storage here, didn't you have a huge problem with mice? If not, how did you do it?! 🙂 and second in regard to your chickens, kind of the same, problem with mice because of their feed? As you can tell, I have mice issues! Lol Thank you!

  40. Nice video! The amish use for pumping water a Ram pump. Non-electric, and you can make one cheap with pvc. You tube has videos of course!

  41. The thing like about "Guildbrook Farms" is they are not afraid to make sacrifices. That little trailer will work just fine for now. Heating with wood, splitting, and stacking as well would be unheard of from most people. Kudos to Jeremy, Jamie, and their two young you tube celebrities. I really like your vids and progress vlogs.

  42. Lol my aunt and uncle live in a trailer as small as that in Elkins WVA. I loved it hanging with my cousins and playing our Nintendo. We've gotten too comfy and spoiled.

  43. You are such an inspiration for me… I wish could live like you do some day. Binge watching all your vids 🙂

  44. 600 square feet sounds awesome! We are living in a 200 square foot living space with two teenagers!
    We do live in Florida, so we spend most of our time outside. We only sleep and shower inside. Even in winter its warm. It was 40 degrees when we got up at 430. But by ten, it was 65. And by three it was 72.

  45. When you said a little camper trailer, I expected a tiny little run down thing but that trailer is huge ! Looks good !

  46. I remember back when my Granny hung our clothes out in the line (late 50s early 60s), she would wear an apron type item with a big front pocket that carried the clothes pins. Thanks for the memory!

  47. Looks really cold there! I'm Marc from Australia and I really enjoy your videos. I'm interested in building a stawbale home near a regional country centre. Xo

  48. just found your channel a few days ago and i think it's great way of life. about your water supply, have you looked into a RAM PUMP. there is a ton of videos on that subject. it will save you from running the generator for that purpose. just a thought. you may have already worked out the water pumping issues, like i said just found your channel and playing catch up now. thanks to all for the high quality content. jim in central florida

  49. I once lived in an apartment building where sometimes I wouldn't have hot water so I would heat water and pour in a bucket and have a sponge bath in the shower and wash my hair in a dish pan in the sink with heated water. If I had hot and then cold water I think I would put a bucket while showering to catch some hot water that I could use to rinse when it gets cold, in case I'm not quite done with my shower.

  50. I haven't been subscribed for very long, and I'm watching videos out of sequence, but either way, lol. It's wonderful that your family has that pioneering spirit. Thanks for sharing with us, God bless! My Husband & I lived in our 32' 5th wheel, with two big dogs & two cats, for a year. We were completely off grid, not even a cell phone, back then! I still look back on those days fondly! 😉

  51. One piece of advice, put a layer of aluminium foil on both your propane cooker and your fridge freezer, stops them working against one another, put it on with tape, thats enough (shiny side facing each appliance0.

  52. Bury the storage container for your root cellar and add ventilation and lights. Have it connected to the back of the house.

  53. HELLO, THIS IS NOT MEANT TO BE RUDE, BUT THAT'S ALOT OF HEAT NEAR THAT POOR FRIDGE. BETWEEN THE WOODSTOVE AND RANGE, JUST SAYING, MAYBE THERE'S OPTIONS…

  54. wow snow makes such a strange sound when you walk on it… I've only seen snow on TV and on distant mountain tops

  55. Christ, 3 days later since the last video and everything's covered in snow. I know this video is 2 years old but I have to say, the problem with your refrigerator is that it's inside. Put it outside on the balcony and unplug it. Pretty sure your food will stay icy cold out there. I know that's kind of inconvenient, but remember your ancestors had to go outside in winter to the outhouse to take a crap. You're living the dream and it's so great that you all can see that. Live long and prosper.

  56. I think the home stead is giving over time much happiness,contemptment ,ye appreciate time,the simple things like new tools to create and make life a step better.nothing but admiration a refuge from the rat race.Well done .

  57. Have to tell we live on almost 1000masl, here is maybe 30 people and in sommer some turists and extra people who own some houses for vacations. I think we have 3 water tanks, water from moutains and the forth one is just for fireworkers in case of big fire. We stil have sepiticks and it cost quite of money when we have to ampty them. But we never filter our water, its the best water, wright from the mountains. In sommer sometimes we ren out of it then you can call fireworkers to deliver some water for free. There were winters with 2m of snow, but not enymore. maye one meter. So somehowe we are off grid, but we think un less you have internet conection, you are not off grid. Off grid is a new fashion now, but hey, try to live like Agafia for al your life, thet is off grid, everthing else is the way of life you want to live and I belive sometimes children dont agree So make your life hapy as you can or want lovely people. Love and kisses to you al!!!!

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