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The Survivalists Group of Australia 2012 Handbook By Brian Newton
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This book is a snapshot of the excellent discussions and ideas shared by members of TSGOA. It shows the huge diversity of topics and experiences that encompass our great lifestyle. It shows the... More > positive attitude of our group, a thirst for knowledge and experience so that we can connect to that age-old idea of “Be prepared”. The beauty of this lifestyle is that there is always something new to learn or try. It is exciting and enjoyable to head out bush and practice primitive techniques. To hunt and forage, to grow your own food and work to become more self sufficient, more able to ride out the storm and ultimately to live more deliberately and enjoy the freedoms of a life truly lived. Enjoy this book and most importantly enjoy what you do, from starting fire by friction to making a jam from your own orchard. From building a solar powered electrical system to sewing on a button and everything in between.< Less
The Survivalists Group of Australia 2013 Handbook By Brian Newton
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The TSGOA 2013 Handbook is once again a snapshot of the excellent discussions and ideas shared by members of TSGOA. It shows the huge diversity of topics and experiences that encompass our great... More > lifestyle. It shows the... More > positive attitude of our group, a thirst for knowledge and experience so that we can connect to that age-old idea of “Be prepared”. The beauty of this lifestyle is that there is always something new to learn or try. It is exciting and enjoyable to head out bush and practice primitive techniques. To hunt and forage, to grow your own food and work to become more self sufficient, more able to ride out the storm and ultimately to live more deliberately and enjoy the freedoms of a life truly lived. Enjoy this book and most importantly enjoy what you do, from starting fire by friction to making a jam from your own orchard. From building a solar powered electrical system to sewing on a button and everything in between.< Less
The Road to the Hermitage By Robin Bell
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The Road To The Hermitage is a story of one man’s attempt to find satisfaction through isolation. Robin Bell purchased a 100 acre farm in the remote Southern Highlands of New South Wales and... More > lived there with just his dogs for companionship for 2 years. During this time he was entirely reliant on the sun, wind and rain for his basic power and water needs. Outside normal mobile phone coverage and with a sometimes-unreliable fixed telephone connection, he was at times cut off from the rest of the world by rising floodwaters in the Abercrombie River. Despite the remoteness, Robin managed to build extensions to his small cottage, run a successful computer consultant business, grow olives and grapes and supply himself with homegrown vegetables. The book deals with the initial purchase of the property, the first few weekends of isolation and the growing pleasure at the remoteness and beauty of the Australian bush< Less
The Road to the Hermitage By Robin Bell
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The Road To The Hermitage is a story of one man’s attempt to find satisfaction through isolation. Robin Bell purchased a 100 acre farm in the remote Southern Highlands of New South Wales and... More > lived there with just his dogs for companionship for 2 years. During this time he was entirely reliant on the sun, wind and rain for his basic power and water needs. Outside normal mobile phone coverage and with a sometimes-unreliable fixed telephone connection, he was at times cut off from the rest of the world by rising floodwaters in the Abercrombie River. Despite the remoteness, Robin managed to build extensions to his small cottage, run a successful computer consultant business, grow olives and grapes and supply himself with homegrown vegetables. The book deals with the initial purchase of the property, the first few weekends of isolation and the growing pleasure at the remoteness and beauty of the Australian bush< Less