Todd Parr wrote:Worst case scenario, you try it and find out you can't make it, so you rent an apartment and start over with your old life.
James Graham, Marquis of Montrose wrote:He either fears his fate too much, Or his desserts are small, Who dares not put it to the touch, To win or lose it all!"
Dillon Nichols wrote: Sometimes there are more serious consequences to decisions than described.
Dillon Nichols wrote:
This is not the worst case scenario. That would be more like, overextend yourself financially, find out you can't hack it as a homesteader and in the process overextend yourself physically, get sick/injured, lose your job, fail to get a new one in a timely fashion, lose the property to unpaid taxes... and assorted predictable bad stuff to taste. Sometimes there are more serious consequences to decisions than described.
This can be boiled down in many ways and in many questions to yourself, but the paste that results at the bottom of the pot is ultimately the same:
They had to survive n grit and elbow grease? Is that not possible in today's world?
Roberto pokachinni wrote:
All that said, I would hold off on having animals on the farm until you can settle on it yourself.