Domo arigato Mr. Roboto. A classic line from Styx 1983 song “Mr. Roboto.” If you look at the lyrics, the song seems to be prophetic as to where society is heading or even on the edge of the precipice. At Living a Sustainable Dream we have been spammed at an exponential rate to consider letting … Continue reading This Post was Written by a Human
Day to Day, Update
Ending 2022. Times of Change.
2022 is coming to an end and much has changed over the past year, which will lead to more changes in 2023. Living a Sustainable Dream has been lying dormant since the end of summer this year. This past autumn was one of the most difficult in my 22 years of teaching. Losing a fellow … Continue reading Ending 2022. Times of Change.
Can you hear me? Can you hear me calling you? Please Comment if you can hear me?
Over seven years ago, I started blogging about our off grid homestead and living a sustainable dream. During that first year we adopted our son, created a blog site, created a YouTube channel, promoted our off grid business, continued teaching full time, selling our candles at the Farmer’s Market, establishing relations and participating in our … Continue reading Can you hear me? Can you hear me calling you? Please Comment if you can hear me?
Vacation Destination the Last BLOCKBUSTER?
This past month we traveled to Oregon for a family reunion in a beautiful place called Sunriver outside of Bend. My wife’s family has been doing this off and on before I was even part of the family some 28 years ago. When I married my wife, I ventured to Sunriver for many reunions of … Continue reading Vacation Destination the Last BLOCKBUSTER?
Canning Applesauce with Krista
To celebrate summer and the preparation for canning season, Krista will demonstrate how to can applesauce. Canning and preserving our own food has been a real treat and blessing. The taste is always better since we choose ripe fruit, unlike much of the fruit found in the stores that is picked early and ripens in … Continue reading Canning Applesauce with Krista
The Dawn of a New Day. He’s Alive.
Two posts in one weekend after months of silence, what is happening? At Living a Sustainable Dream, I decided to put a few posts up this Easter Season. As I write this, I really don’t know how to explain the lapse in blogging without getting into the weeds of these past 2 years. As all … Continue reading The Dawn of a New Day. He’s Alive.
PTO Snow Blower Repair
The following video is a how to fix a tractor PTO snow blower fan that no longer throws snow. Over the years, I noticed that our snow in Northern Idaho is not staying the typical dry powder; now, it is primarily a heavy slush. January, historically, is our coldest month. Now, the coldest month seem … Continue reading PTO Snow Blower Repair
I can’t believe this, yet here we are.
Happy New Year to all our subscribers these past 7 years. We are rolling out another video thanking our subscriber base on YouTube. We just reached 5,000 subscribers this past December in 2021. In the video, we discuss a wide range of topics that we are facing on the homestead this particular day. https://youtu.be/xWZcKthR55E We … Continue reading I can’t believe this, yet here we are.
Our Top 5 Christmas Traditions at Home
Christmas and Thanksgiving are perhaps our most favorite time of year as a family. We break out the decorations for Thanksgiving and as soon as December 1st arrives, Thanksgiving is replaced by Christmas. As a family, we have started many of our own traditions and also maintained a few of the ones we grew up … Continue reading Our Top 5 Christmas Traditions at Home
(Live Chat 8:00 AM PST 8/28) A must have book for sustainable survival, Sailing the Farm by Ken Neumeyer
Join the conversation as we discuss the book Sailing the Farm, by Ken Neumeyer and living sustainably. Feel free to share book titles in the comment section you are aware of that can help feed your family, live sustainable even through a breakdown in shipping, hyperinflation, or even an economic collapse. We’ll be answering live … Continue reading (Live Chat 8:00 AM PST 8/28) A must have book for sustainable survival, Sailing the Farm by Ken Neumeyer