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Who is Moving to the Redoubt?

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“”Welcome to Montana, now go away!” is a popular bumper sticker. The Redoubt states have a conflicted attitude towards immigration from Californians, Washingtonians, Nevadans, and others. The increased economic activity is a boon, but there’s accompanying increase in congestion, property values, and the specter of California style politics and culture being imported into the area. […]

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Should You Live Off-Grid?

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Considering life on the grid, off the grid, or somewhere in between? We address some basic concepts for off-grid living. On-Grid or Off-Grid… What’s the Difference? There are several flavors of “off-grid” power options. The default for most Americans is an on-grid system, which is dependent on electricity supplied by the utility company. A less […]

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Idaho Retreats with James Wesley, Rawles – Part 2

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This is a continuation of our conversation with James Wesley, Rawles on the subject of relocation to idaho. Read Part 1 for a full overview of the retreat options offered in Idaho. Here we dive. into the details of relocation. Idaho has seen a lot of immigration lately from other states. How has that affected the economy […]

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Idaho Retreat Overview

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Idaho has long been considered a mecca for the survivalist, prepper, and for every strain of independence-loving individual. The attractions are clear. Idaho remains one of the freest and safest places in the world. Geographically, Idaho can be split in two. The upper half of the state is largely rugged and mountainous, while the southern […]

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