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Thousands of people dream of going off the grid, living in some idyllic cabin in the woods by streams, oceanfront, or nestled in the mountains. It makes for a lovely picture but the reality of preparing to go off grid requires considerable research, forethought, planning, and organization. Of course, to go ‘off grid’ means different … … Continue reading →

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OFF GRID Internet: How to get Internet Access when living off the grid

Going off grid doesn't mean you have to cut all ties to modern technology. Learn how to go off-the-grid and still have access to the internet when living in remote areas of the country.

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Astrology Crystals, Embrace Your Inner Spirit and Free Your Soul

Night or day your #astrology crystals are here for you to bring you strength, surround you with tranquility, and keep you balanced in the slightly off-kilter planet we call home.

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Remote Off The Grid Waterside Home with Gourmet Kitchen

An amazing gourmet kitchen in a remote off the grid waterside home.

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Tesla unveils a battery to power your home, completely off grid

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15 Tips For Going Off Grid! Do What You Love & Stop Being a Debt Slave

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from Pioneer Settler

How To Bake Without Your Oven

Did you know it's possible to bake without an oven? Let me let you in on my little secret... Living in a homestead means living the unconventional kind of way. So this coming winter season, step away from the comforts of your kitchen oven and discover the wonders of baking...in a totally

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22 Survival Items (Other Than Food And Water) Your Stockpile Needs

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from Foursquare

High Tech Campus

Being able to replace all your motorized appliances with people power means a power outage won't ruin your day.

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OFF-THE GRID, BAB AL BAHREIN SQUARE Autonomous from the existing urban development, the new Bab Al Bahrein square is a self-sustained island, a field for public life as reclaimed by citizens. No rhetorical monumentality, no arab decorative clichés give shape to its form. Conversely, the square asserts its nature of an infrastructural system using energy autonomy as a means for supporting public life and political freedom.

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