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
This is not only a blog update on the electrical for the new cabin, it’s also a shout-out to my wonderful hubby! So let me start off by saying, I don’t know how my hubby does it sometimes. He is very persistent in learning what he needs to accomplish what ever task he needs. Since … Continue reading The pains of electrical
Hi everyone! Hope you’re doing well. It’s been a while since I’ve done a post. We woke up early this morning and thought I would update you on what we’ve been up to. Work and more work. We’ve been working on processing the trees that Stuart felled last year into firewood. Really feels good getting … Continue reading What we’ve been up to…wood chips!
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!
I really love learning about natural ways to stay healthy. There are so many things that grow in the wild that can be used medicinally. Like birch trees! I just learned you can tap a birch tree and drink the water (sap). Disclaimer...I'm not a medical professional. Please do your own research and consult your … Continue reading You can drink birch water?
As you know we are living in what I call "The scary cabin" until our new cabin is finished. We tried to make it as comfortable as possible without spending too much money or time on it. It will be a tear down and just not worth it. We're going to try and salvage the … Continue reading Life in the scary cabin
The shed we are converting is a 12x28 with a 4ft porch. That leaves us with 12x24 to work with. Planning is extremely crucial for such a tiny space. Weighing our options and figuring out what we need and don't need. It needs to be practical and functional. I can't forget one of the requirements … Continue reading Cabin update 1