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The Do It Yourself World
Join us and follow along as we strive to become fully self sufficient and off the grid on our 18 acre homestead in the woods. My wife Melanie, our daughter Michelle, and I moved in the spring of 2017 to our new homestead in Northern lower Michigan.
We are surrounded by wild State forest land teaming with wildlife. For many, this is vacation paradise. For us, this is home. There are very few full time people around, which ads to the wildness and the beauty of the area. This also leaves us pretty much alone in the quiet and peaceful forest.
We are raising chickens for meat, eggs and for some extra money to help pay the bills. We grow our own food to help offset the cost of groceries. We hunt and fish for meat as needed and to stock up for the harsh winter months.
We hope to become more and more independent of the grocery stores with time and eventually become fully self sufficient.
We are putting up solar panels and battery backup systems to power our meager needs in our off grid tiny house. We use primarily wood heat to keep us warm in the cold winter months.
I have the Nifty Lift block and tackle system to try out at the off grid homestead. This is a small, pocket sized block and tackle with a 700 pound capacity.
It is made out of rugged machined aluminum in the USA with stainless steel hardware and parachute cord.
I can already see some uses for this. It would be awesome for hunters due to its convenient and small size. You can easily toss it into your backpack and use it to hoist a deer in the field.
I am also seeing uses for this on the homestead such as for lifting extremely heavy logs onto my log splitter or lumber mill with ease.
The Nifty Lift is made in the US by Veterans.
I will be making a full review and field testing video soon so watch for it.
Meanwhile you can grab yourself the Nifty Lift today here: https://nifty-lift.com/