How To Live Off-Grid - Journeys Outside The System

How To Live Off Grid Journeys Outside The System Literally the word off grid refers to places or people without mains water or power Off grid locations can range from private islands to yurts and tree houses the people living there might be back pa

  • Title: How To Live Off-Grid - Journeys Outside The System
  • Author: Nick Rosen
  • ISBN: 9780385611275
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Paperback
  • Literally, the word off grid refers to places or people without mains water or power Off grid locations can range from private islands to yurts and tree houses the people living there might be back packers, right wing survivalists, international business travellers or hippies they may move around in buses or yachts, houseboats or 4 wheel drives All are outside or inLiterally, the word off grid refers to places or people without mains water or power Off grid locations can range from private islands to yurts and tree houses the people living there might be back packers, right wing survivalists, international business travellers or hippies they may move around in buses or yachts, houseboats or 4 wheel drives All are outside or in between the criss crossing lines of power, water and phone that delineate the civilized world Some are trying to save the planet, some live that way because it is all they can afford, some just want the freedom.This book is about that physical sense of off grid But it is also about taking the off grid attitude into your local park or your own back garden It is part travellogue as Nick Rosen, his wife and baby take off in a camper van to visit off gridders representing every aspect of living off grid, both part time or permanent And it is also a guide to avoiding the pitfalls and finding the best solutions and the most appealing gadgetry for going off grid yourself.

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    1. I think living off grid – finding your own water source and generating your own energy – is genuinely fascinating. It’s not something that I can see myself doing, but I still find it fascinating. There are so many different ways to live off grid, and so many different reasons for wanting to do so.The puzzle, then, is why this book is so boring.How to Live Off Grid aims itself at two audiences and (I suspect) fails to please either of them. It’s not the comprehensive field guide that you [...]



    2. Finished this book ages ago, but must have forgotten to share my final review.I think my last update pretty much summed up what I felt about the book. That it is interesting, and covers a reasonably broad spectrum of off-grid life (although by no means exhaustive) but extremely personal to the authors particular path through life. He's looking to learn from other people what he can do, what he likes, what he does, what other do but he cannot/will not etc. His journey is the thread that ties the [...]


    3. If you have any interest in living off-grid at all, this is the book. It's informative AND a good read. An unusual combination. Nick Rosen has an off-grid property in Majorca and wants to translate that into a (semi-)permanent situation in this country. His wife is not so committedHe spends time with people who have and are living off-grid in many different circumstances and with wildly differing expectations and experiences. A lot of the information is pertinent to those who are living on-grid [...]


    4. I really enjoyed the first half of the book - (definately a four star), where he visits various people and describes their different setups - but for me chapters 5 -7 could have been left out, a bit rambling and jumbled - and I lost the flow, I should have just missed them out


    5. An interesting and easy read, perhaps a bit out of date now. It could have been more technically informative - but that was not his journey so much as the change from full time urban dweller to part time off grid-er.


    6. There were a lot of people who he met who I didn't really care for their stories. I just couldn't relate. While I did finish the book. There were parts that I skimmed over as well. I was hoping it would end on a more positive note.


    7. I enjoyed it. Nick Rosen travels around the country finding out about people who live ‘Off-Grid’, or nearly off-grid. Most informative. Lots of ideas.







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