Fueled by a failing economy and a passionate desire for a return to simpler times, a new wave of homesteaders is seeking the good life and the kind of true satisfaction that can only be built, not bought.
Many of these modern pioneers are cash poor, but rich in energy and creativity.
Travel-Trailer Homesteading is a small book that packs a wallop, with information for readers tired of paying rent and yearning for a suitable home of their own, but who don’t have a huge bankroll to do it.
Kelling lays out all the basics: how to analyze your budget and costs; how to find suitable land and a livable travel trailer or RV to use as a permanent home; what kinds of tools you’ll need; and how to construct a septic system, generate power, devise heating and refrigeration systems, and much more. Continue reading “Book Review: Travel-Trailer Homesteading Under $5,000”→