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Wow! You have got to take a few minutes and watch this set of videos. Esther Emery and Nick Fouch have chronicled the last few years of their life homesteading in Idaho.
What I love about these videos is the transparency and wisdom born of hard work and lessons learned.
From transitioning to life in the woods to dealing with a visiting bear to the stress of trying to communication this life change to other people who really question your sanity to building a log home with lumber cut and milled from the property, I have immensely enjoyed watching their progress and sensing their growth.
They evince that having a dream, love, determination, and hard hard work is the catalyst to discovering the greatness of the human spirit.
There is a series of videos mapping the progress of the log home.
In this video posted Jan. 22, 2016, Ester shares ideas regarding intentional community.
If you want to see all of their videos, just click here for the channel Fouch-O-Matic Off Grid.
Do yourself a favor and take a few minutes to get a taste of real life thru the experiences of Nick and Esther.