Gordon Shephard wrote:Cost per mile...anyone else considered this metric?
elle sagenev wrote:Hey all,
We are currently teaching a Dave Ramsey class which has my mind on this topic. Plus my husband wants to quit his job because he hates it. We have no consumer debt. We DO have a mortgage which is on a 15 year mortgage and will be paid off early. How early kind of depends on our dedication at this point.
I think living debt free is the solution to most problems. I enjoy the extra money having no payments has given us.
Just wondering who else out there is doing it and such. Seems like a real permie thing, no debt.
Timothy Markus wrote:
Rob Kaiser wrote:
Mary Lamond wrote:thanks for your message! I realized through this process that a community environment is what I'm longing for the most, and I guess it's just a matter of finding the right fit.. The place I'm going to is called the Stone Garden Farm in Richfield Ohio, and I'm going to visit for two weeks to see how it goes. Of course all of this is a bit complicated since I'm Canadian! But your community and vision sounds so fun and exciting too!
Our little homestead is about 15-20 minutes from Stone Garden Farm! Would love to hear about your experiences there! Feel free to PM me if interested in sharing.
I think I met Rob at Darby Simpson's farm 4 years ago. Great guy.
Dan alan wrote:I completely agree! I have NEVER regretted spending the money on an electric saw!
I will say this a close second is a cordless sawzall with a tree cutting blade:
You have to get a good tool of course.