Want to know how to do it? Ill tell you. You just take 58,070 steps.
58,070 steps are all thats in between you and the best cocktail party story ever.
Step back from that fact, and Mt. Everest seems to loom above you as an unreachable goal. Something you could never do.
And yet, the average American takes around 5,000 steps a day. That means in just 2 weeks from reading this email, you will have scaled Mount Everest…
Think that’s cool?
The Oregon trail that adventurous pioneers took from Missouri to the West Coast… 2170 miles long. On average a person takes 2000 steps in a mile. That means the oregon trail was 4,340,000 steps long. In a little over two years you will have made it to your new claim out West. That is if you dont get dysentery first…
Oh, yeah, and one more epic journey you will have completed in just 712 days from now…
The journey Frodo takes to Mordor to pitch the ring into the fires of Mount Doom!
So… what’s the point, Precious?
Do you need a wizard to make it homesteading?
The point is that when you stumble upon this Homesteady movement, a life of self-sufficiency can look like a trip to Mount Doom (something only capable if you had the help of 2 buff guys, an archer elf, an ax wielding troll, wizard…)
Don’t worry. A life of self sufficiency isn’t as hard as it can seem! Just a few years back, I had never held a chicken, grown a carrot, or fileted a fish. Now at our farm, we grow veggies year round, harvest dairy and eggs, and put up enough meat to last all year. And we save a ton of money doing it.
We’re going to take you on this journey with us. We’ll be your fellowhsip. Tired of the nerd references? Ok, we’ll be your oxen. Or sherpas.
We’re going to help you break this life of self-sufficiency into tiny little steps. Every journey is just a bunch of little steps.
And when your done? Look out cocktail parties! We’ve got a new Everest story to tell.
Pack your bags…and get ready for the next step in our series…21 steps toward self-sufficiency.
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