(Video) Find Out if a Person Has What it Takes to Live Off the Grid in the Winter for at Least One Day…


Years ago we traveled through Alaska on a train and got to see, from a distance, many of the small villages and mountain homes. It was very quaint, with the ice and snow as a backdrop, and a gorgeous view! How easy it was to think: “I’d love to live like this.”

Still, when you get past the beauty, you know you are in for a lot of work.

After the break go on over to the next page and check out a nice couple on a video who are living the dream and, while pleased with their decision, show us all what it is like to spend just one day off the grid — in the winter!

The various chores they have to do to maintain a comfortable existence can be daunting! Still, at the end of the day, there are rewards …

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  1. Ian White said:

    If prepared right, yes. People have been doing it for millions of years.

  2. Tomara MacKay said:

    We aren’t off grid yet and I do those chores daily except the hit tub. Plus more since we have animals to tend to as well.

  3. Sam Fay said:

    Go off grid with out buying anything from a store. Did it for 1 1/2 years in Alaska and loved it.

  4. James Stealey said:

    Off grid for ten years… Hardest thing to deal with is things hurried and lost in snow and frozen water supply. Especially with animals