It is really easy to think we are prepared for anything, but are we really? It is important to live without fear as it is a waste of time and precious energy and to focus on being prepared. You will find great comfort in times of turmoil when you have already rehearsed things in […]
In my previous post, MORE Was My Catalyst, you read about how I got started on my journey and the progress made. Now that I have another year under my belt I still feel like there is so much to do. Initially, I thought that we’d be able to get everything how we wanted it […]
I am really excited to share some news with you!! Myself and my Mountain Man will be teaching two different workshops at the Sustainable Preparedness Expo in Spokane, WA this spring. Together, we will be sharing our knowledge and the importance of Wilderness Survival and also focusing on how we have chosen to make a living with Living It! Loving It and Making A Living! As you know we live 100% off-grid with solar power and are homesteading traditionally in northern Idaho and it is our passion and pleasure to help inspire and educate others to embrace a more preparedness and self reliant lifestyle!
Be sure to join us…
You will also be able to check out our handcrafted wares as well as all our survival tools in person at our booth.
||May 15, 2016
||10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
||Sustainable Preparedness Expo
||Wilderness Survival / Homesteading & Off-Grid Means Of Income
Spokane Valley Fair & Expo Center
||404 N. Havana St
Spokane Valley 99202
||Click here for more information.
Be sure to check out my book: How To Embrace An Off-Grid Lifestyle - http://trayerwilderness.com/how-to-embrace-an-off-grid-lifestyle/
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