Off The Grid

There are many ways to set up off grid systems and we had to go 'cold turkey' from the 21st century to find out what we actually needed and wanted out of the systems we employed.

Naturally, the water and sewage systems had to be planned in advance but electrical needs, food storage, gardens and animals evolved as we became aware of what we needed.

 

Here are a few of the things we do along with links for more information.

Watch here for Solar Panel information along with more on the Water System!

We should also put up a photo of our Composting Area in the bush.

If there is something you'd like to know please let me know!

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There is only Inter-dependance!

 

We have provided information here on a few of our suppliers so just CLICK ON A NAME to go to their website.

 

Many of the people we needed were not on the internet and probably never will be! So to our Menonite friends at Belle Vallee Abbatoir & Quality Meats, to the Runnel family who harvests our Red Canadian Hard Wheat, to the folks who bring the kerosene, to Jim, who pulls us out of ditches and digs us out of the snow, and to all the people who helped us live in such splendor;

Thankyou, Megwiich, Merci!

A very special thanks to RottieBoy.

What do you say about a friend who dies to keep you safe? He fought the Bear and won but  Rottie's injuries were fata. The Bear never came back so he did the job he was trained to do.

 

We've got these two great dogs keeping us company now. Nottie girl, Rottie's sister and our rescue dog Charlie boy, the wacky-doodle. He was only 40 pounds when he got here but feeding him from the local abattoir has him up to his prime weight and he is FAST!

He is as grateful to be here as we are.

A very special thanks to RottieBoy.

What do you say about a friend who dies to keep you safe? He fought the Bear and won but  Rottie's injuries were fata. The Bear never came back so he did the job he was trained to do.

 

We've got these two great dogs keeping us company now. Nottie girl, Rottie's sister and our rescue dog Charlie boy, the wacky-doodle. He was only 40 pounds when he got here but feeding him from the local abattoir has him up to his prime weight and he is FAST!

He is as grateful to be here as we are.

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