Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Surviving Off Off-Grid Radio Interview

Hi Bootcampers! A few weeks ago I shared our homesteading year in review, and mentioned our ongoing journey toward off off-grid living. If you read the blog, you know I credited much of our inspiration to do so to a book called Surviving Off Off-Grid: Decolonizing the Industrial Mind, by best-selling author Michael Bunker.

Happily, it turns out that my friend Scott from the North Country Farmer blog interviewed Mr. Bunker on his radio show last week. For those of you who are curious about what off off-grid means (and why anyone would be nutty enough to want to follow that path), take a listen.

Mr. Bunker always educates, and often entertains. To quote Scott: "[Bunker's] book helped countless souls break away from the industrial mindset and start down the homesteading path. Join us for a discussion of themes and ideas contained in this classic book and how to implement them in your life."

I know we've been changed by this book, and it could be that you will be, too.

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Heidi Schaap

Heidi is a child of God, a homemaker, wife to a studly backyard lumberjack, and homeschooling Momma to nine fun, highly energetic outdoorling children. Her family homesteads a small patch of woods in Ohio and when Heidi’s not in the kitchen baking bread or cookies, she’s growing veggies, playing tag with dairy goats, and shooing chickens off the front porch. Heidi loves books, natural living, and coffee…Actually, let’s put the coffee first. She is the author of Bootcamp for Lousy Housekeepers, a book she hopes will bless you immensely.

1 comment:

Scrappernana said...

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