True Off-Grid Homesteading in A Pioneer Style Cabin

are living the pioneer lifestyle in the 21st century! Living in a beautifully constructed DIY pioneer style and homesteading their land in Missouri, this adventurous couple have left behind the trappings of the modern world.

Their home has no refrigerator, no electricity and only gravity fed running water. They live simply in connection with their land. They have also been documenting their homesteading adventures on YouTube through their channel, with Doug and Stacy.

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While their home may feel miles away from the modern world, here they have found a place which brings them joy, peace and happiness. From their little cabin, they show how the tiny homes of the pioneers still have a place in todays society.

Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston
Camera: Bryce Langston & Rasa Pescud
Editing: Rasa Pescud

‘Living Big in a ’ © 2018 Zyia Pictures Ltd

20 Comments

  1. Its perfect but for one thing, children. Kids are the most wondrous creatures in the whole of creation. I can’t imagine any life without them.

  2. Would love to do this for a while. Not sure I could manage it permanently though. Kudos to them for going the whole 9 yards in sustainability.
    Just curious, does America (or states in America) not have land / property tax? I would have thought that would be at least one bill they would still have.

  3. I LOVE DOUG AND STACEY. I HAVE BEEN WATCHING THEIR VIDEOS FOR A LONG TIME BUT I RARELY COMMENT. THEY ARE AMAZING PEOPLE. GLAD YOU PICKED THEM FOR ONE OF YOUR SEGMENTS. THEY ARE REAL PEOPLE LIVING THE OFF GRID LIFE.

  4. What a unique and lovely home. Those organic vegetables look so good to eat. It’s truly inspiring to see their peaceful way of life. Thank you for sharing this Bryce!

  5. I love that you are happy to step a little beyond what you ‘usually’ do. More and more of your ‘tiny house’ videos are looking at the edges of how people live. Well done on maintaining the high production quality and getting the different night, aerial and panoramic shots. Love it.

  6. Well they actually arent good for the envirement. If they where they would have a sunheat catcher, they wouldnt have made Everything in wood and they would have plantet forest in the big open spaces that they dont use Anyways

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