A Modern Life In The Alaskan Bush

The off-grid life is never easy, but when you’re in the middle of the Alaskan bush – without a road – it can be particularly challenging.

But that’s the life of homesteader Bryan Emerson, and on this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio he tells us how he makes it work – including how he gets cell service.

Bryan and his wife were guests on Off The Grid Radio in September, when they explained why they chose such a remote location that is a 20 minute flight to the nearest road.

On this week’s show, he tells us:

  • How he built a 120-foot tower for cell service and satellite TV.
  • How he gets off-grid electricity in a location that is dark half the year.
  • How he gets potable water when everything around him is frozen.

We learned a lot about off-grid living by talking to Bryan, and we know you will, too!

This article first appeared on offthegridnews.comSee it here

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