reply to post by Kituwa
Truly is 70km's from ashphalt, only people out in the woods with us are like mined peace seekers, and each and everyone of us would fight tooth and
nail the local governments if they told us that fishing, growing veggies, picking berrys, and building our own accoms on our land was not allowed.
I understand everything has a code but in Eustace case as he states he has had many inspections in the past and had no issue. With our land we were
able to find many a loophole in dwelling requirements, to bypass some of the code regulations you would otherwise have to follow for a constant
My biggest problem is we have become nations so hell bent on regulation that soon your summer cabin on a lake that consited of four walls and a window
with a small porch is going to have to have flush toilets, electricty, a bat phone to call the gov in case a need arises for FEMA. Permits to plant a
seed, and a litmus test before you eat a berry.
Seems to me that every portion of my life in there eyes needs to have some sort of rule for me to live bye. To me that is not free. Don't get me
wrong I believe if you are doing something that would harm yourself or those around you then yes maybe you need to follow a rule or two. But to be a
human being on the face of the earth, on the land you own, you should be able to at the very least, be allowed to live, live with in your means and
ability, no more no less unless such you choose.
A pipe dream I know, but something I feel is lost on each and everyone of us caught up in the rat race, unable to really see that it can be much
easier as long as we are willing to give up what now makes our life "easy"