How to find Remote Off Grid land for Homesteading

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Bushradical

Bushradical

Yıl önce

Living on a beautiful piece of remote wilderness land is a dream for milions of people. But how do you make that happen? How do you find land to build your tiny house on, or your off-grid cabin? What is that process like and what are some of the most important things to consider when making that major life move to remote land. Lets talk about that right now.

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Daniel Skorich
Daniel Skorich Yıl önce
Quite a long time ago I looked at a remote farmstead site in N. Wisconsin. I thought it was everything I would ever want. I didn't pull the trigger, I waited until it rained. When I went back it was under two feet of water with Mallards swimming around. I was shocked and very disappointed, but relieved at the same time. This was a huge lesson learned. Thanks Brooke and Dave! 🌲🌷🌲
Planet Mojo
Planet Mojo 8 aylar önce
We had the same thing happen is SW Wisconsin. 50 beautiful acres on the Bad Axe River that we passed on. We bought up on the ridge instead, and the next two years were "100 year floods". Turns out that area floods to some extent every year, but those two years right after we passed on it took out everything. Fences, buildings, everything gone.
Jay Bee
Jay Bee 8 aylar önce
It was meant to be mate, things happen for a reason :)
Jimblue
Jimblue 8 aylar önce
Sounds like good duck hunting 🤣
Stan Wingfield
Stan Wingfield Yıl önce
my father bought a cottage and bay on a lake in the fall time, in the spring we went fishing, there was only 1.5 feet deep water though out the lake, the rest of the depth was at least 6 feet of mud deep. We could not swim any where on the lake.
Tree Climber
Tree Climber Yıl önce
It’s good to see a property in Spring Time Around the Thaw or Shortly after. Topo Maps will give tremendous info too.
Michael Durling
Michael Durling Yıl önce
Brooke and Dave, the wife and I have been enjoying both of your channels for several years now and this episode really struck home. We are in the Northern lower and love to camp during the summer months, the rustic state forest campgrounds are not cutting it anymore, big fifth wheel rigs, generators and satellite dishes. You know what I'm talking about, so we thought about finding a piece of remote property we could establish a summer camp on. I have used Google maps and Google earth to find off road trails but with this acre view program you talked about I think i will be able to locate a piece of land to fit our needs. Thank you both so much for the hours of enjoyment and the inspiration. Mike & Lori
Ceelows
Ceelows 11 aylar önce
I love how this is a 2021 channel with a 2005 vibe in video quality. I mean that as a genuine compliment, I miss this style of home made content. Also, your channel has made me literally rethink my life and reconsider what I actually want. Thanks dude, God Bless
AutoCrete
AutoCrete Yıl önce
You two have got to be the coolest off grid/remote couple on TRpost. Showing both the upsides and downsides, the actual realities of the lifestyle is pretty uncommon in the cyber world. Thank you!
Mike Harris
Mike Harris Yıl önce
Dave, thank you for your awesome videos! You and Brooke do a wonderful job explaining realities of remote living. It seems like some of your critics confuse ‘remote’ with ‘primitive’. Those are not the same thing at all. My wife and I are selling our home in the Grand Rapids area and are looking for something fairly remote and probably still in Michigan. I do need some type of Internet access, as I already earn my income online. We also plan on having creature comforts such as a well and septic tank, and indoor plumbing. Our camper is good down to 0 degrees - at least when the propane furnace works - but we are planning to have at least a small cottage, maybe not much larger than your cabin. We looked at one property last winter where we trekked up a hill only to find there was a 5G antenna right next to the property line. Not sure I want to be that close to a tower. Years ago, I took classes in passive solar system design, and it will be nice to apply that education. My questions are: - How do we determine the ground water level of an area? Is there an app for that? - How do we find locations where we are away from zoning areas, so that we can be flexible in what/how we build? I’ve seen that indicator right in listings, but it would be nice to know what general areas are like that as a whole. - it is possible that we can do without the camper to get deeper into the wilderness, but then we definitely need a place to live quickly - perhaps a wall tent like you guys lived in. Thanks for being the inspiration that you are! May God continue to bless you and your family, and that you continue to see that bright side even when crap happens, like a deer landing on your Escort in Canada! Be radical!
Old smokeeater 70
Old smokeeater 70 Yıl önce
This was great to open someone's eyes to the reality of remote property. It's too late for us but you two are like family and so we can enjoy this adventure with you through TRpost. Be safe! looking forward to either of Y'alls next installment.
JoDee Jackson
JoDee Jackson 2 aylar önce
I dislike the word "too late" but sadly it's where I'm at as well. But had I'd a known!!! 😊
Mississippi Son
Mississippi Son 7 aylar önce
Never too late until it is. 👍
Robin
Robin Yıl önce
Thank you for this video. I made a huge mistake on 10 acres. Logging trucks came in all around me. I was over run by snakes and critters. I had to leave and land is basically worthless. So now after that financial disaster I am looking again but not this state. I appreciate your advice.Love both your channels!❤️❤️
Julicool18
Julicool18 8 aylar önce
may I ask which state is that?
Mark Westhoff
Mark Westhoff Yıl önce
Another helpful hint! If you don't want to pay for acrevalue, MANY counties now have their tax assessor maps online to view for free. It is essentially the same thing that acrevalue does, but you don't have to pay for the owner's name and address. I'm currently using this to find some land for our future homestead! Great video, as always!
Moon Cradles Tide
Moon Cradles Tide 8 aylar önce
Excellent points raised, exact hurdles we've considered about having remote land. Unless one wins the lottery or has huge retirement savings, then gotta consider having enough online/independent income like you both pointed out. At least to pay the annual land taxes & any small monthly bills left over after converting to as off grid as possible/eliminating as many bills possible like water electric & gas heat etc, so that's what I'm trying to figure out. I'm not sure if there is anywhere to escape zoning/permit inspection restrictions that I'm tired of seeing humanity suffer through if they have remote land it should be to each his own if they cause no intentional harm to anyone or the land. I'd like to build whatever I want on land if I ever finally get some & allow other ppl who cant get the land themselves the chance to live, build, garden and create art free & wild on some of it that isnt used for growing etc. So I'm sure it would have it be remote to be where we could all mind our business in peace as free spirits exercising our birthrights w/o permits for every right that should come natural. Glad you guys went at the right time & are so right about thoroughly checking out in person what may be cat-fished realtor listings as they tend to go beyond embellishing at times and checking how the land is spring/winter. I never saw your tv show since I watch very little programming the past several years now, but when I do I try to make sure its something worth it, which your content surely is : ) Much success to you two Beautiful souls!
Michael Funk
Michael Funk Yıl önce
Amazing amount of well thought information. Saved us a bunch of hard learned lessons that could have been very demoralizing. Thank you, Brooke and Dave!
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Glad it was helpful!
Fattybambam
Fattybambam Yıl önce
Hey Bushradical! Awesome videos, I love your channel :) Quick Question: How are the property taxes impacting you guys and do you have advice on how to keep them to a manageable amount? I want to purchase land but I am a bit worried of the ongoing cost of ownership. Thanks!
himesjb
himesjb Yıl önce
You guys are so awesome! I love listening to your advice and watching you fulfill your dreams. I have followed a much different path in life, but I love contemplating this remote way of life. I have a property where I can retreat, and you give me ideas for retirement and even tips for ways to use my place even now. I've told my relatives about your channel, and now they love it too!
HungryCats
HungryCats Yıl önce
You guys are really the best! You put in the time, researched the issue, identified solutions, and now you're sharing it with us. The. Best! I'm actually looking to retire in the West (Wyoming or thereabouts) and the first thing I looked at was water. In Michigan, you've probably got a number of options with surface or near-surface water. Out West, it's probably going to be access to an aquifer. And the issue with water nowadays is not just accessibility, but potential contamination. For example, Wyoming has a significant fossil industry, both coal and gas. Do nearby mines or gas wells impact the water supply? Something to think about, because it can turn your dream home with your own well into something that's a little more challenging. Anyway, thanks so much for sharing, your videos are so incredibly useful for those of us interested in maybe putting some distance between ourselves and modern civilization.
Lindbo Knife & Tool
Lindbo Knife & Tool 8 aylar önce
Good point. Mill tailings, and H2S are some other things to consider.
Ken McFall
Ken McFall Yıl önce
One of the most interesting videos I've seen on YT yet. We have an off grid cabin at 8300 ft here in AZ. We built the first one in 1986, then bought two acres near that cabin and built our current "cabin- house" We catch rain water and have solar power, it's only one hour from our main home and is usually only accessible by snowmobile in winter, it gives us the best of both worlds. Love your videos.
Stephen Dobson
Stephen Dobson 7 aylar önce
I can't express in words my love and respect I have for you guys. You proved yourselves on Alone, and now share your passion and knowledge with the world. My wife and I moved to Alaska in August 2021 from Florida. I eagerly soak up every bit of knowledge you have to offer. We are in a dry cabin, but not off grid yet. Have a very Happy New Year ahead. We look forward to maybe sharing a meal together someday.
Drink Peaches
Drink Peaches 9 aylar önce
You guys are slowly becoming my guides. I've been looking for simple land for cheap to build something like that black-stained cabin you built. Super inspirational!
criteec
criteec 10 aylar önce
A couple things I've learned in my search is to make sure it has deeded access or the way to access it that won't become invalid due to things outside of your control like zoning, or a neighbor has just been allowing access through their property and now a new owner won't allow it. Another thing I stumbled across was some sites were using an interactive map that had all the known wells on it with depth and gph when drilled. My biggest fear has been finding land I love and finally pulling the trigger then spending $30 plus a foot to not hit water. I found a property I liked that stated it had a well on it, but it wasn't showing up on the interactive map so I asked the realtor to find more info on it and they find out it was an old broken down well from god knows when.
David Muhl
David Muhl Yıl önce
Would love to see an episode where the two of you walk the property and make some decisions about where you want to locate the home on the land, then maybe some time around the table where you run through design ideas.
Pawel Kapica
Pawel Kapica Yıl önce
I am absolutely committed to finding a remote property this year and start with baby steps building a tiny cabin and starting a little garden.
Hristo Naydenov
Hristo Naydenov 8 aylar önce
Very good points about access. My family owned a semi-remote house up in the mountain areas in my country. Had a big yard that ended up with a river, the other bank of which was the beginning of a 4000 ft mountain. It was a truly magical place, but the road to it was collapsing over time and at one point it became completely inaccessible to anything other than by foot, and that required an enormous amount of effort as well due to the elevation. Wanting to live remote is one of the main reasons I got into programming as well. One day, I hope I get to live on a remote piece of land like this. Cheers for the awesome video!
Hristo Naydenov
Hristo Naydenov 6 aylar önce
@Jen N it was beautiful, seeing the mountain up close from the yard. But it was far enough to go by foot to make my parents sell the property when I was 10 or so. Wish they hadn't done it but oh well.
Jen N
Jen N 6 aylar önce
It sounds beautiful!! ❤️ How far did you have to walk in?
Fishin Magician
Fishin Magician Yıl önce
I have sent your vid to my daughter and son in-law who are gearing up to resettle up north on a piece of property we will co-invest in with them. We are too old to go home-steading, but we can sure support them in their efforts and get a bit of space for recreational cabin as well,. This is easily the best video on what to consider as you prepare to buy. We are in that process now. God bless you both and thank you! And....congratulations on buying your land!
smileyhappyradio
smileyhappyradio Yıl önce
Congratulations guys on your new place! Sounds like a cool adventure. You should become land scouts for people looking on the side. I know I’m not crazy, the 1000’s of hours I have spent online looking the way you mentioned at maps. One thing I like to do is looking for the hi tense lines too, not something I want. Getting to the places is the issue for me now, I know what I like, just would have to wait till I can explore more than 1-2 days from home at a time. I’ve been researching for years different areas, looking at all the angles, weather, sunshine, road maintenance, hazards, amenities, signs that warn of “road floods,” the people/culture of living there, the poverty level (lots of trailers/pits/junk heaps/meth nearby...hope not), or a jail nearby? So much to consider, aside from water, power, building codes, etc. Have you both ever thought of making a glamping site in up with tents? I’d visit it, and stay if you did. I’m hoping to make it to UP next chance I get during a summer and take a swim in chilly Lake Superior, hike the Lakeshore trail, go explore, enjoy some peace and quiet, etc. I’m gearing up for that change to living remote, for awhile. Great video thanks!
Lindsay Little
Lindsay Little Yıl önce
Hey Dave and Brooke, We live up next to the border in the Arrowhead and I have worked remotely for 10 years. First satellite then we got fiber optic. either way worked. One just a little more reliable. We found our place by word of mouth. You have great experience and my wife and I can't wait until you two get started. The first start of a journey begins with the first step. Take care!
Robert Lavigne
Robert Lavigne 7 aylar önce
Thank you for sharing the upsides and downsides of living remote. If I was in a different stage of my life I definitely would try this. People are seeking a simpler way of life. The world has changed and become way to stressful for many people. As a senior citizen we need closer access to health care. However, we are simplifying the way we live and we have never been happier. Thank you for allowing this senior to live a bit more vicariously with you and your beautiful wife.
Angela Christle
Angela Christle Yıl önce
I love everything about the two of you and your shows! It’s exciting just to watch and live vicariously through your adventures!
J. Radford
J. Radford 7 aylar önce
Just discovered you guys. Dave, amazing step-by-step vid on building your small, remote love shack. This video too was equally as informative. Great beta on the realities of choosing a small remote homestead. Keep up the great work and thanks again for all the effort you've put into your vids.
Daniel H.
Daniel H. Yıl önce
Sounds like beginnings to awesome adventure , sounds like you both have a lot of experience. Doubt I will ever achieve that level of remote but what a dream , cool y'all have each other with common goals. Good luck too you both and take care out there
Scott Ross
Scott Ross Yıl önce
Congrats guys super happy for you both and can’t wait for the amazing adventures on the property
Scott Out-n-About
Scott Out-n-About Yıl önce
My wife and I got 20 in Keeweenaw County and while that feels like a nice little chunk I still long for that big remote chunk of land. Thanks for the video, that was very thoughtful of you guys to post and a ton of great useable info. With any luck I’ll be up there sooner rather than later. Anyhow...Love your videos...both of yous!
Thomas Bonnell
Thomas Bonnell Yıl önce
I have been following your channel for a while and appreciate your no nonsense approach to content... I have been tracking Michigan's DNR parcel auctions in hopes of finding my own off-grid property; these tips & helpful hints are invaluable!
Tyroniuz Oz
Tyroniuz Oz Yıl önce
You guys do such great videos! Thanks so much for sharing your adventures with us on both of your channels. Good luck and God bless!
digimediadude
digimediadude Yıl önce
You two are awesome, congrats on your new property! Really glad we found your channel, we love the vids and are inspired by you, thank you!
Home ImproveMent Tips
Home ImproveMent Tips Yıl önce
@Bushradical Yes congratulations you guys have to be stoked God-bless bye for now bro Ken
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Thank you!!
Bettina H.
Bettina H. Yıl önce
Very informative Brooke and Dave,thanks. Another property,nothing better to invest in than land/real estate. It will be fun watching what you do here. Don’t sell the other one if you don’t have to.
Willem van Schaik
Willem van Schaik Yıl önce
Loved your story!! We did ten years ago something very similar in Nova Scotia. Saw the 100 acre property on a realtor site, January 2nd. Next day it was a day with a big snow blizzard. We still drove the 100 miles (and back) to inspect it. Because of the weather, the selling realtor (a friend) even didn't dare to come along. This acreage had not just 2000 feet of river frontage, but 2000 meters!! We stumbled through the snow with our hiking poles (should have brought our snow shoes) to take a look. And closed the deal a week later. And yes, GPS is very important.
Blackdog
Blackdog Yıl önce
One of the best videos on homesteading! Some of the best advice I've ever heard. Thank you so much for this video.
alanj
alanj Yıl önce
That’s a great piece of advice. Don’t wait and don’t hesitate when you find something you love. I got so lucky with my home in Vegas. It was on the market about a month before I found it. Two different people already tried buying it before me, but they’re financing fell through. The same day I saw the house, I put in an offer. It was my dream home. It’s a big and beautiful house, and I got a killer deal (this was back in 2010 with the housing market crash). Even with the closing costs and upgrades I’ve done, I’m looking at a six figure profit when I sell. I won’t say exactly how much, but it’s a lot. However, I’m tired of Vegas and have always wanted to live in the woods. I’m hoping to fulfill that dream in a year or two.This was a great video and had great information. Dave, congratulations on the new land and God bless you and yours! Stay safe and healthy my friend!
Irene Martinez
Irene Martinez 8 aylar önce
I just recently came across your videos and Brook's videos your wife and now am addicted to them. I love how happy you both are regardless of the challenges you encountered. I applaud this video to you both for your determination and positive outlook.
Chris Fitzpatrick
Chris Fitzpatrick Yıl önce
Congratulations on the new purchase! All of the points you spoke about were spot on. I’m currently looking for property in northern Michigan and have learned a few the hard way. Here are a couple you might want to mention. 1. Make sure there’s “deeded” access to the property, not land locked. 2. Make sure the local ordinances allow what you want to do with the property. Some local places have put in “off grid” restrictions. 3. A good app to use while scouting your possible properties is OnXhunt. It’s like acre value but more easily used mobile. 4. Use local DNR website to scout what’s near your property. Your possible property might be right on the edge of a very popular ORV/ATV trail/trailhead. For some this might be great, some might not want things busy in the summer/winter etc. I’m just putting this info here to hopefully help the next person if I can. I think your channels are great and I look forward to more.
JB Khan
JB Khan 8 aylar önce
Good points!
Midwest Survival
Midwest Survival Yıl önce
Excellent video and very informative! It’s great the two of you found a new piece of property to call home. I’m curious though, what happened to building on the recent property that Brooke found? You know the one that you had the wall tent at, put the Hand well in and build the outhouse. Did you decide not to build your new home there?
MsMFGoonin209
MsMFGoonin209 8 aylar önce
Hi guys! I'm new to your channel and I luv luv luv it! I've been really impressed with your videos so far, I especially like how you narrate them...whenever you’re building something you give such great advice and also letting folks know it's okay if this is the first time you are building something etc because it makes newbies such as myself feel confident that yes, I can try and if I fail that's okay just keep trying...love that! Keep up the awesome work and have a great holiday season! 😊✌️🏻❤️
Jeff Buckler
Jeff Buckler Yıl önce
I love this! I'm so happy for you guys! Thanks for your insight and can't wait to see your journey on the new homestead! Greetings from Tawas Bay, Mi
Gogebic Range Wildcraft/Bushcraft
Gogebic Range Wildcraft/Bushcraft Yıl önce
I'm soooooo excited for you guys!! Awesome you guys found some property!! Let the new adventures begin♥️👍
Le Bon
Le Bon 4 aylar önce
Gratitude & grand risings Brooke & Dave. I have just discovered your channel yesterday and i cannot get enough of it!! It resonates with me deeply and im sure many on here feel the same. This is something i have held dear for a long time now and as a young man of 35, to have a place of my own and in harmony with nature. I am based in Glasgow, Scotland. The story Dave shared about the man he seen at the dump in Alaska, incredible and i love and share that mindset. Is the Acre Value website specific to the US or North America? I would be incredibly grateful if you guys or anyone in the comments could enlighten me to a website or app applicable here in Scotland or the UK. The best youtube channel, bar none for real skills, first hand experience & knowledge. Thank you from my heart & soul.
paulmcdonald1968
paulmcdonald1968 Yıl önce
About 20 years ago I looked at a property in western Illinois that was configured for a campground around a spring fed lake. The county was evicting the campground because they had no sewer and water and... well.. counties do that. I've been kicking myself ever since for not buying it outright.
Rommel Billman
Rommel Billman Yıl önce
Wow! I just left a message on another one of your posts asking these very questions. This was so educational. Thanks guys for taking the time to educate your followers. Awesome video.
Martha Bradas
Martha Bradas Yıl önce
I am looking forward to watching you two as you keep living the dream!!!! You are both awesome!!! Thanks for sharing!!!
Jack Duncan
Jack Duncan Yıl önce
Such good info! You have saved some folks heartache and money. Here in the desert southwest there is remote properties at fairly reasonable prices. Access to water is always the overriding issue here. People think they will just drill a well but they don’t think it through. At $25+ per cased foot it adds up and you may still have a dry hole at 600-800+ ft deep. I have heard so many people say that they had remote property and hoped to move there but they couldn’t find water.
Mary Reed
Mary Reed Yıl önce
Woohooo! How exciting! I can’t wait to see what y’all are going to do with this property and to be able to join you with your on-going adventures! 🥰🤩🥰
Jesse Taylor
Jesse Taylor Yıl önce
Congratulations, guys!! Thanks for sharing your experience and knowledge. Glad that beautiful piece of land worked out for you!
Nikki Frye
Nikki Frye Yıl önce
Hearing the wind blowing while the video was being made was so exquisite and captivating! Coming through my earbuds just transport it into such a remote and natural setting. It reminded me of being in my 20s and giving a stab at this kind of life. Can’t bring back the years but I sure appreciate the upper lift The springs to the heart! Thank you so much for sharing. All the best!
Gail Forest
Gail Forest Yıl önce
Congratulations on the new property! On the problem with no internet. Trent and Alie in a remote Utah mountain area. Just installed STARLINK. They say it has made video uploads so much easier.. Also love the videos you do together! Look forward to the property adventure with y'all! Congratulations Brooke on the new subscription numbers! Love y'all.
MikkelRS
MikkelRS Yıl önce
I just finished firming up my offer on 40 acres in Eastern Canada, Accessible by unmaintained road, down another unmaintained road. I went there last weekend to walk the land, this video kept the right questions in my mind and the right things to pay attention to. Thank you so much for your content!
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
you bet
Wolverine1228
Wolverine1228 4 aylar önce
I love your channels and subscribe to both of them. You talk a lot about using solar energy for your off-grid power, and I was wondering if you have ever considered using your creek/river as a power source, since it runs year-round? Building a paddle wheel would give you another way to make and store power. It's just a thought.
Face Taylor
Face Taylor Yıl önce
So happy for you guys. Welcome to the UP. You live the life I dream of. You remain an inspiration for my recovery from major health issues. From bed bound to camping and handicap biking......the woods are calling my name.
ChoatMusic
ChoatMusic Yıl önce
I want to say that I came across you guys a couple weeks ago just wandering through TRpost and I really enjoyed videos from girl in the woods and from Bush radical. You did a great job costing people with the pitfalls of real estate as this is my main profession but not as a realtor as an independent investor so I told him enjoy your stuff and I'm inspired to find my own Homestead Property thanks for the video guys and well done you are a true inspiration
C C
C C Yıl önce
Hi again B&D Happy to see you both together doing this excellent informative vid. Congrats on your new future home spot. Amazing trees and year round water make for a nice place. 40 with trails and no close neighbors yay. Looking forward to the time you start your new forever home. Thx as always for sharing and you two stay safe. A hug to Da Woof!
Matt Ryans
Matt Ryans Yıl önce
Great video, and good point about seasonal access! Is there a minimum size of property you would recommend?
Jb B
Jb B Yıl önce
Wow, what an enlightening video! Thank you so much for all the detail you included and different aspects to consider, invaluable. Love your channel and will differently be looking to your upcoming adventures!
MichaelW
MichaelW 8 aylar önce
I get out into the woods often myself, and have built several homes and even owned a farm. At this stage of life I am happy watching your productions and enjoying your experiences vicariously, so thank you!
Annette Eddy
Annette Eddy Yıl önce
Sure enjoyed you all telling it like it is. Keep up the videos. You and Brooke do such an amazing job of sharing your knowledge. God Bless you both.
Tim Mulks
Tim Mulks Yıl önce
I would agree with everything you said. Well covered and points that people just don't think about. Can't wait to see your new adventures.
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Thanks
Joshua Smith
Joshua Smith Yıl önce
Nice work folks. Good things happen to good people. Looking forward to more of this adventure. Cheers.
REFIGUY69
REFIGUY69 Yıl önce
Dave, great video! Can you run a series on this property? ie: road in and out maintaining, how to keep people out of your new property etc dirtbikes atvs etc also could you touch on employment/ aka how to make a living ideas etc
E C
E C Yıl önce
OMG I GOT SO EXCITED WHEN I SAW THE TITLE TO THIS VIDEO!!! And then for the first half...pure tension anxiety, stomach in a loop, fingers crossed that you got it. -Living vicariously through you & definitely wanting/needing more answers to this question. We’re going, tomorrow, to look at a couple rigs for travel. Once we have that in place, we’re O-U-T -out! And the search for land, for my and my children’s very first time, is ON. I’m scared, wanting to find & stuff as much info as possible into my head & crossing every finger that I do well. We’ve been dreaming this up, going through it to get to it... there’s no other direction for us to go in. The pull from the chest, from my entire being, being the soul parent to my amazing children... it is happening. Got a huge burst of glee and warmth in my heart, seeing this video. My 12 yr old ADORES the both of you, as I’ve mentioned before and his heart is in this... wanting his own piece of peace & fulfillment by way of nature. I can’t wait to give it to him. Thanks for the inspiration and the constant support you send through your videos.
spirit advertizing
spirit advertizing Yıl önce
As always, an excellent presentation from an intelligent hard working couple. We have one slightly negative comment/question as follows: You admit your Alaskan property was for all intents and purposes inaccessible during certain times (i.e. - heavy pain periods). However, it appears you bought your Northern U.P. Michigan Property PRIOR to knowing if said property accessibility was similar or worse than your Alaskan property situation. That unlike you, my wife and I are extremely close to retirement and being from Michigan originally, we were very interested in remote property such as the piece you purchased. However, being much older than you both, we realize that our advancing age will definitely be a factor in how we physically negotiate hard therians on a regular basis (even with good eating habits and regular exercise). Our only thought, is that you have decided that a four wheeler would take the place of your snow mobile come summer. However, knowing retirement income levels could be easily threatened in the future by the self serving powers to be, we wonder if we would be able to properly maintain the motorized equipment necessary for us to live comfortably and safely ( life saving vehicles that need expert techs especially when we physically age). That being frugal / practical people as you both are, we hope you understand,. Please refer back to your old vehicle ages as well as the unexpected trouble with the deer encounter in Canada. Please recall, that you were much younger and fortunately you encountered wonderful people to help you through the unexpected potentially catrosphic event (We suspect you encountered providential assistance at the time????). Respectfully Sent
Nora Donovan
Nora Donovan Yıl önce
Wonderful info..told in such a fun, approachable way. Beautiful land, and you are both so genuine, always so worth watching!!
ST ST
ST ST Yıl önce
OMG!!!! I AM SOOOOO HAPPY FOR YOU TWO!!!! Looks like a great spot guys!!! Can't wait to see what you put up there!!!!!
Vahid Cullsberg
Vahid Cullsberg Yıl önce
Always solid down to earth advice from you guys! Thank you again and I'm very happy that both your channels are doing so well. You totally deserve it.
sally cuellar
sally cuellar Yıl önce
Oh my goodness you guys were amazing in the show " Alone" after seeing this show and saw Brooke build her house I was amazed and she build up my confidence, that we can live off the grid as well.. I was rooting for you guys.it so awesome that I saw this youtube and so happy I came across you guys .after the show I been looking at property as well. Thank you for taking your time and doing these videos ....
Greg U
Greg U Yıl önce
One thing about access in the U.P.: if you need to cross someone else's property to get to yours, you probably need to look into getting an easement from that property owner. Those lumber roads might one day have a gate on them or a pile of trees for that matter. I'm sure you guys have that taken care of, but it might not hurt to mention it in the future. Maybe this is just a realtor scare tactic, but having "legal" access (and to not be trespassing ) to get to your property is one less thing to worry about. Great video! I had to come back and watch it a second time.
Lawrence Steger
Lawrence Steger 8 aylar önce
You folks amaze me!! Wishing you health,wealth and happiness!
Coleen Goodell
Coleen Goodell Yıl önce
Congratulations on your new homestead property! With a flowing river you shouldn't get eaten by flying bugs during the summer, hopefully. This property looks beautiful and you both look so happy to have found it. I'm excited for you and excited to see the videos of your future projects there. Trent and Allie You Tubers just got a star link set up. You may want to check them out and see how it's working for them. Just a darling darling couple. God bless you and stay happy! She gone. : )
Billy C
Billy C Yıl önce
Great videos and love your channel! Congratulations on your new land! Just curious because i don’t think I remember hearing this but how many acres did you buy and what was the cost??! Two very important things when buying land!! What do you recommend for a price range with remote land? Thanks!
Flower SafeHeart
Flower SafeHeart Yıl önce
Thank you!! You two have so much knowledge. Question: why have you moved so many times? Just curious. Sounds like you've lived in multiple locations.
Yoda Pagoda
Yoda Pagoda Yıl önce
Thanks for this message, Dave & Brooke! I'm still saving for my land, but it won't be easy. I'm a truck driver/bus driver by trade, so I shouldn't have much problem finding work where I'm searching.
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
good luck
Bill Wade
Bill Wade Yıl önce
I built solar backup for our main home last year. If I can do it, anyone can. It will come in handy with our new property...it will be our only source of power. You guys are an inspiration.
Karla Q.
Karla Q. 6 aylar önce
Gracias amigos. Thanks for sharing precious information. I've been watching your videos hoping to learn for future plans and adventures but in a totally opposite setting. I want to build my future off grid homestead in a rainforest in the Caribbean. You are welcome to share any advise you think may help. Also, I like to say I am very proud to see you do not hide your faith and always keep a very nice, positive attitude. I love seen you two working together as a couple, caring and supporting each other. You make a good example of what a marriage should be. And last but not least I want your wife to know I love her outfit and her Native American hair style, hat and booths. ♥ Hugs from Puerto Rico!
Chris W
Chris W Yıl önce
I was invited to the Starlink beta a few months ago but didn't purchase it because it is geo locked currently meaning you can only use it where you first set it up (for now) and I would have needed it for travel. I'm a software developer and plan on moving somewhere somewhat remote in a few years. Love your videos!
Bill N
Bill N 6 aylar önce
Came across your video's of building your cabin. Very nice, enjoyed them. Very well done. Then saw this one. Thanks, very informative and straightforward with no B.S. Being several years retired, still have a dream of something similar. One of a few things on my bucket list. Love the outdoors with some solitude.
Bob Balbirnie
Bob Balbirnie Yıl önce
Congrats on finding your new property, looking forward to seeing how you develop it as you move forward. Thanks for taking us along on the journey. Take care.
Alex Rubio
Alex Rubio Yıl önce
CONGRATULATIONS on becoming new property owners!!! Thank you so much for all the information that you and your wife put out in your videos. I'm an avid follower and have even lived in Michigan (East Side of Detroit where the crack houses and pitbulls reside LOL). I'm not a fan of winter because of my Hawaiian DNA, however I do love idea of owning remote property that is away from heavy populated areas. i don't think I'll ever buy land in Michigan however having a piece of my own land that is far and away from heavily populated areas is something that I am thinking about. Keep staying Radical! Alex Rubio Virginia Beach, Virginia
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