It’s Tuesday December 11 and we are under our first storm warning of the season, from 4:00 am to 4:00 am Wednesday morning. The weather service is calling for up to 10″ in the valleys and up to 2′ in the mountains. We are somewhere in between here and there. We will be doing short … Continue reading New to us Plow Truck
Good news everyone! If you have been following our journey, then you know how cold it was in the scary cabin last year. We just didn’t want to spend another winter waking up in the mornings and not wanting to get out of bed because it’s 37° in the cabin. We’re survivors, so if we … Continue reading Bye Bye Scary Cabin!
It's been awhile since I have done a blog post. We have been busy. A lot has happened that I can not disclose yet. Don't worry, we are ok. Most of it is good. Anyway, we had a friend on Facebook reach out to us asking us to do a blog or video on the … Continue reading The Truth about Off Grid
We have a new name. The name of Max's Off Grid Paradise was to pay tribute to Max. He was a Newfoundland mix that stole and healed our hearts in a time of need. You see, we had just lost Abby, our Rotty to Cancer. Max helped heal us in that time. Time has come … Continue reading New name new look
Winter was little rough for me. Most of it was emotional. Being cooped up in the scary cabin for 8 hours and then it would be dark around 4pm. I felt like a bear in hibernation. It's was pretty gloomy most days. I enjoyed the snow and serenity that came with it, but longed for … Continue reading It’s spring!
We ended up staying in the scary cabin. It has a fridge, stove and wood fireplace. Oh, did I mention the property also came with a 1,000gal propane tank that is plumbed into the cabin, and it was 90% full. SCORE! Just made sense to stay in the cabin rather than spending more money on … Continue reading Our cabin is delivered!
So, we got a little over zealous to get our trailer up to our property. We wanted to be there full time. We didn't think our F250 would have much of a problem. I mean after 14 years she has never left us stuck or high and dry, NEVER a problem. Now with all that … Continue reading Our driveway disaster