Maine Off Grid Living Spring Update

Spring is finally here and we are back together after time living a Long Distance Relationship between Stamford, UK and Lincoln, Maine, USA! Check out our exciting news about New England Mini Homes … we are here to help you build your Tiny Home! Also we are looking for neighbors – are you interested in living in Maine, next door to us? Or somewhere else in the Maine Highlands perhaps? Get a copy of the property listings available here http://on.fb.me/OeU304 Click here http://eepurl.com/KV3_v for a FREE Report with 10 Reasons on WHY You’ll want to make your decision to set up Your Home “Off Grid” plus some amazing facts about Maine. Find and like us on https://www.facebook.com/MaineOffGridLiving Follow us on https://twitter.com/MaineOffGrid Subscribe to our YouTube channel to keep up to date with our latest videos – more planned and an invitation to hang out with us coming soon...
Happy Customers

Happy Customers

Another happy “Maine Off Grid Living” family who just bought their land today! Congratulations Jeff and Jennifer welcome to the family   Jeffrey and I, had a fantastic time this morning with this happy family talking about living off grid in Maine  Jennifer also happens to be a pastry chef and can make us a real Maine made organic wedding cake … It may even be baked in their wood stove oven! Jeff Lindsey: We are soooo happy! We have started our first blog post (work in progress!) and will be making our first steps to living on the land this weekend!http://justsimplyhadenough.blogspot.com/ It’s amazing to meet people like them who really want to live a sustainable life, be mortgage free and spend quality time as a family … They are going to start a blog about their new lifestyle  can’t wait to read...

Why Should You Consider being “Off Grid”

What would and can happen when We have a major catastrophe and lose the Power Grid? Firstly, The fact is, this can and by all accounts will happen sooner than later! Why is because the Grid is overloaded and by design very outdated. We as a Society, are in total dependency on the Grid to provide all of Our Power needs personally and commercially. Without electric power, Radio,TV stations, and phone services won’t work, so there’ll be almost no communication. Water systems will cease to function, gas stations won’t be able to pump fuel, banking transactions (including ATMs) will fail, and the network for distributing food will collapse. Perishable foods and medications that require refrigeration or freezing will spoil in a day. Emergency services will be unavailable, including those necessary to fight the tens of thousands of fires that will start from short circuits on the grid. Medically, the inability to produce or distribute proper medications would doom many needing cancer treatments or suffering from heart disease, Type I diabetes, and other ailments. Most farmers won’t be able to plant, fertilize, irrigate, or harvest, but even if they could, they won’t be able to get their products to market because there will no longer be transportation. What is harvested won’t be preserved since there will be no power to run refrigeration and none to run the factories that ordinarily can our food. Supermarkets typically have just a few days’ supply of food and are being resupplied continuously every 1-3 days. Once the power goes out, the supermarkets will quickly be emptied and it could be months before they’re resupplied....
Merry Christmas from Emily & Jeff

Merry Christmas from Emily & Jeff

We wanted to wish you a Merry Christmas from us here in Maine and a Happy New Year! It’s 17 degrees F in Lincoln, Maine, USA – very cold indeed and lots of snow is all around us Interesting fact, did you know that the sun rises and is seen first here in Maine, out of all of the East Coast of USA?  So, we’ll be seeing in Christmas a bit earlier than some of you and a bit later if you live in the Southern Hemisphere or over in Europe! Sending you all lots of joy, peace and happiness to you and your loved...
Introductions Part 2 Main Off Grid Living [VIDEO]

Introductions Part 2 Main Off Grid Living [VIDEO]

Would you like to be our neighbors or be part of an off grid living community? Here is video part 2 of our introductions to Maine Off Grid Living. We will be developing new sustainable homes from Spring 2014! Please leave a comment and any questions below if you’d love to join us here in Maine,...