[Homestead] Reinventing Collapse by Dmitry Orlov
genegerue at ruralize.com
Sun Nov 9 12:15:55 EST 2008
On Nov 9, 2008, at 9:50 AM, Clansgian at wmconnect.com wrote:
> The lesson I have learned is that as you make your life and
> lifestyle more
> and more modest, the problems you were worried about solving begin
> to evaporate.
> The squirreling away of money is a very good example. How are you
> going to
> convert those tens of thousands (or hundreds of thousands) into
> anything you
> can effectively and safely store?? As you approach the type of
> lifestyle being
> described, it isn't a problem.
If we are talking substantial cash, then after acquiring those items I
previously listed, I would recommend buying more land, ideally land
that is contiguous to your present homestead land. There is no sum of
money any of those on this list might have that cannot be fully spent
on land. Owning more land around you gives greater assurance of
conditions staying as you like them.
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