With the rapid evolution of technology and modern conveniences in our society, it’s easy to ask if the old ways are falling to the wayside. While it’s true that some things are bound to disappear, it’s also true that from the hustle of New York City to the calm of the Wyoming countryside, more-and-more people are discovering homesteading each and every day. It might not be a full-on homestead as you and I know it to be, but people are growing their own food and raising animals despite their location and climate restrictions. Even with the growth of society at large, today I discuss why I don’t see the old ways disappearing anytime soon.
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More Old-Fashioned Ponderings:
- The World’s Worst Homesteader (blog post)
- 10 Things Your Non-Homesteading Friends Just Don’t Understand (blog post)
- Is Homesteading Really the “Simple Life?” (blog post)