3 Comments

  1. Brady

    I’ve been getting the itch to escape this urban lifestyle and purchase some land up in Canada. It is much more affordable than the land I could buy in the Utah area and I love the forests and clean air that comes with them.

    It’s my dream to someday homestead, saturated in self-sufficiency and independence. At the same time, I long for a community that I can share in and be a part of. For now, though, I am stuck with neighbors I hate who don’t care when they constantly flood my yard with their wasteful sprinkler timers. They don’t seem to mind that they sink into their lawn like it’s some huge soggy green carpet…

    Maybe someday, maybe someday…

    Thanks for the post.

  2. Dave

    The funny thing is we might have a lot of space. But it’s not like the Little House on the Prairie. We don’t live in little shacks and have outhouse’s out back. We also don’t live in Igloo’s. Calgary is actually one of the most expensive cities to live in North America. There just might not be a whole lot of homesteading left to do.

  3. Portafill

    Canada has a few population. I think the government should make more attempts to attract more migrants.

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