Nature’s Head Compost Toilet

In Toilet Choices by Janet Thome

Nature’s Head Compost Toilet

We have recently made the switch from the Air Head Compost toilet to Nature’s Head as our preferred compost toilet. I would still recommend Air Head, though we can get Nature’s Head quicker, because our distributor is in Coeur  D’ Lane and the price is better, which we can pass on to our customers. I personally just bought one for my RV that is for my caretaker on my property. And yes, I know what you are thinking, an RV??? After two tiny homes, that is what I could afford to do and my caretaker needed housing. The transition to Nature’s Head is very simple, because side by side with the Air Head, the quality is the same and is very similar.

Perfect For A Tiny Home

Nature’s Head is the perfect size for a tiny home and comes in one household size and is the preferred choice for tiny home builders. If managed correctly, there is never a smell and is easy to use. At first in the RV, we used a bucket brand and it was messy and smelled bad because there was not a fan. The other down side of the bucket was the urine and solids all went into the same place which added to the smell.

Easy Installation

The Nature’s Head is easy to install; the unit attaches to the floor with two small l brackets. There is one ventilation hose to run outside and one 12volt power hook-up for a small computer type fan. The unit could even be run completely powerless by running the vent hose to a solar vent.

Benefits Of Nature’s Head

  • Water less Toilet ( Love not wasting water)
  • Odorless
  • Lightweight
  • Made In The USA ( Love to support that)
  • Single pin electric hookup for fan
  • Urine And Solids Are Separated
  • Vent Hose And Built In Fan Included
  • No Generic Seat To Crack
  • Easy To Clean
  • Easy Installation
  • Famous Spider Crank
  • Translucent Tank To Inspect Urine Levels
  • Urine Tank Mounted In Pedestal
  • Unit Comes With Everything Needed Except Outdoor Vent
  • 5 Year Warranty

FAQ

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Orlando Lakefront Tiny Home Community

In RV Lot Rental, Tiny Home Parking, Tiny House Community by Janet Thome

Orlando Lakefront At College Park

Orlando Lakefront at College Park is a growing tiny house community that was revitalized from a 1950’s RV park. They offer a legal place to live year around. Orlando Lakefront has both RV’S and tiny homes at this time, though it is desiring to be more of a tiny house community. The park is only seven minutes from the heart of downtown Orlando, Florida and twenty minutes from all the theme parks.

Are You Longing For Community?

They  offer a solution to one of the key obstacles to living tiny: “Where do I park my tiny house?” At Orlando Lakefront, you can legally park your tiny house on wheels among neighboring tiny housers, while enjoying full hook-ups to park utilities.


Reflective of the spirit of the tiny house social movement, Orlando Lakefront is a real grassroots effort to organically grow a tiny house community from the ground up. Currently, they have 11 THOWs (Tiny Houses On Wheels) and 2 tiny houses on foundations. 13 tiny houses in all- and counting!  THers (tiny housers) are welcome to join their  THC and help build a big community as they live tiny.

The RV park’s owner and THers believe in the moral growth of a tiny house community. Rather than ask our awesome RV neighbors to leave (or astronomically increase lot leases as some have done), we are growing organically. As RVs leave, we offer available lots to tiny housers who wish to legally park, live on the shores of a beautiful lake, and take advantage of all that a nearby metropolitan area has to offer. Their  tiny house community model is both sustainable and ethical.

Amenities

  • 50 Spaces For Lease
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Boat And Fishing Dock
  • Pet Friendly With A Park Nearby
  • Full Hookups
  • Year Around Maintenance And Landscaping
  • Lot Lease From $350.00 to $ 550.00 A Month

Only Seven Minutes From The Heart Of Orlando

Orlando has it all, walking trails, swan boats, live music, free yoga on the lawn, artisan cuisine for any culture and more.

Contact Orlando Lakefront For More Details

407 936 4094

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Tiny House Lots On The Prairie

In Land For Lease, RV Lot Rental, Tiny House Community by Janet Thome

Four Tiny  House Lots Available: Decatur, Texas

Tiny House Lots On The Prairie is a new tiny home community in Decatur, Texas that is in the final stages of developing 7 lots dedicated to tiny homes on wheels. There are only 4 lots still available.

Features: $375.00 A Month Plus Electric

  • 10 X 30 Concrete Pad
  • Well Water
  • Septic Hookup
  • 20, 30 and 50 Amp Metered Electrical Hookup
  • Grounds Maintenance
  • ATSA Certified Storm Shelter For All Residents
  • Room To Garden
  • Fully Fenced And Gated Property

Location

Tiny House Lots On The Prairie is located SE of Decatur, Texas. The community is just 10 minutes from the Decatur town square and has a population of around 5000 residents. It is 45 minutes from downtown Fort Worth, one hour to Dallas and 30 minutes from Denton, home to The University Of North Texas.

UNT is  one of the nation’s largest universities, they  offer 101 bachelor’s, 82 master’s and 38 doctoral degree programs.

Denton is a larger metropolitan area that has over 131,000 residents  and was ranked by  livability.com as one of the top 100 places to live. Denton has everything to offer from an incredible music scene, art festivals, artisan , locally produced food, healthcare and great employment only 30 minutes from the Tiny House Lots community. The location of the community offers you the best of both worlds, the bliss of a rural life near exciting thriving, urban cities.

This community offers peace, quiet  and wide open views, star-filled skies with beautiful sunrises and sunsets.

Contact Mindy And Reserve Your Space Now!

817 691 2617

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Park Delta Bay: Tiny Home Friendly

In RV Lot Rental, Tiny Home Parking, Tiny House Community, Tiny House Rental by Janet Thome

Commute To The Bay Area And Sacramento, California

Park Delta Bay is an RV Park and Tiny House Resort  in Isleton, California that is tiny home friendly. They offer 30 and 50 amp hookups. The space rent is $600.00 a month. You may live there all year around. Park Delta is on 12 acres along the San Joaquin River.

Park Delta Bay Amenities

  • Dog Park
  • Clubhouse With Game Room
  • Pool
  • Tennis Courts
  • Free WiFi
  • Fishing Dock
  • Boat launch and storage
  • Summer Camp Activities
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Showers And Restrooms
  • General Store Nearby
  • Propane

Activities Include

  • Boating
  • Fishing
  • Water Skiing
  • Bird watching
  • Easy Drive To Napa
  • Visit Historic River Towns

Location

Park Delta Bay is located in Isleton,  California. It has a population of under 900 residents. The commute is a little over an hour to get to San Francisco.

Contact Kim

917 777 5588

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American Land And Leisure Seek Camp Hosts

In Camp Hosts, WorkCamping by Janet Thome

Follow The Sun And Bring Your Tiny Home

American Land And Leisure Seek Camp Hosts

American Land and Leisure seek camp hosts for full time and seasonal positions. This  is a great way to follow the sun and work in one part of the country for 6 months and try another area out or stay long term. Tiny homes on wheels are welcomed. You are given a space for your RV or tiny home and minimum wage for the hours you work.

They have openings in the following states. They usually have around 400 positions to fill and now there are about 20 openings. This is a creative way never to pay rent and have some fun traveling in the process. Most of the positions seem to be for couples.

American Land And Leisure 2017 Job List

Idaho
Kentucky
Virginia
Colorado
Florida
Oregon
California
Utah

Job Description Of A Camp Host

Because each camp host’s assignment is not the same, we can’t detail each specific task at all campgrounds.  The following is a description of general duties that can be expected in most assignments.  Please keep in mind that other related tasks or assignments may be given by the Area Manager or one of the corporate staff.

Meeting and Greeting the Public – The most important responsibility you will have is to provide good customer service. We have built our company based on customer service. You will need to have good people skills, a positive attitude, and the ability to defuse potentially confrontational situations.

Collecting and Accounting for Fees – Approaching campers for payment of camping fees and collection of fee envelopes from fee tubes. Fees collected will be entered on Daily Fee Sheets. All monies will be remitted to your area manager for audit and bank deposit.

Cleaning and Maintaining the Campgrounds – Camp hosts pick up litter, clean restrooms, remove ashes from fire rings, do weed trimming and possibly lawn mowing.  You might also do routine maintenance like paint picnic tables or restrooms.  American Land & Leisure supplies all of the materials and equipment required.

We pay minimum wage for the state you’re working in, and we provide your campsite and the hookups that are available in your campground.  The number of hours you work each week and the hookups you have will vary depending on the campground you’re working in.  Please remember that your hours may fluctuate occasionally during the season.  For example, what we’ve found is that your campground may be busy on Memorial Day weekend, but then will slow down the first two or three weeks of June before the kids get out of school.  When we get close to the Fourth of July it will get busy again and will stay busy into August when the kids go back to school.

Only 15% Of The Sites Have Full Hookups

Most of our host sites offer water and sewer hookups. Only about 15% of the sites we manage will have full hookups. If you can use a generator or solar power to generate electricity, you will have a lot more jobs to choose from.

Some camp hosts take care of more than one campground.  If your job assignment requires you to drive your personal vehicle between campgrounds, we’ll pay mileage.

Your work schedule will be flexible.  You will be busiest on the weekends when the campers are in the campgrounds so your day off will be during the week, usually a Tuesday or Wednesday, but other arrangements can be made if approved by the area manager.  Plan to work a few hours a day, six days a week.  Since you’re working a flexible schedule you still have some freedom to leave the campground occasionally during the other six days.

General Information

American Land & Leisure employs single campground hosts where the workload warrants only one person.

Most employment opportunities begin in May and end in September with Memorial Day to Labor Day being the heart of the season. We have very few year round opportunities. Employees are expected to complete the entire season of their assignment, but we understand there are family emergencies and health issues that may require you to leave early.

Uniforms are required and are provided by American Land & Leisure.  We’ll give you a jacket, two button-down shirts and two tee shirts.  We also provide hats and work gloves.  You will provide your pants and work shoes.  Be professional in your choice of pants.

Duties

Camp hosts provide on-site security, greet customers, pick up litter, clean toilets, collect fees, maintain and use small equipment and more.  They could work in any, or all, of the following types of facilities:

  • Campground
  • Picnic/Day Use
  • Group Area
  • Boat Launch
  • Retail Store
  • Rentals
  • Entrance Station
  • Maintenance

 Is Workamping A Good Fit For You?

  • You have to love living in your RV or Tiny Home
  • Be excellent with customer service skills
  • Be Financially Stable
  • Be physically fit
  • You need to LOVE people

Can Possibly Accommodate Someone In An Electric Wheelchair

If you are not physically fit, they  have a limited number of positions that require sitting for long periods in an entrance station.  Some facilities are better suited than others for electric wheelchairs.  If you have a physical limitation, please mention it upfront so we can find the right job for you.

Contact American Land And Leisure

readytowork@americanll.com or contact Kyley at 1-800-342-2267

Employment Application

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Enota Seeks Workampers: Bring Your Tiny Home

In Tiny Home Parking, Tiny House Community, Trade Space, WorkCamping by Janet Thome

Enota Is Seeking Workampers: Year Around Positions

Enota is a mountain retreat located in the North Georgia Mountains between Helen, Hiawassee and Blairsville. The beautiful retreat is located on 60 acres with 5 streams and cascading waterfalls. You can hike to the Appalachian Trail and all sides are surrounded by the Chattahoochee  National Forest. It is a two hour drive from Atlanta. Enota is seeking workampers for all year around positions.

Enota Mountain Retreat

  • Retreat Center For Groups Up To 250  People
  • They Provide Lodging, Meals And Meeting Spaces
  • Highly Rated RV And Tent Campground
  • Certified Organic Farm And Garden
  • 501 (c) 3 Non-Profit Educational Facility For Children
  • Trout Pond
  • Hiking Trails
  • Playground With Trampoline
  • Pet Friendly !

Enota Is Looking For Dependable, Service Oriented, Great People

There are  four spaces for someone who has their own RV or Tiny Home. They also allow tents and offer some housing if you do not have a home yet. If you bring your own home, you are required to work 30 hours a week. If you do not have a home, it is 40 hours a week. Depending on your skills, there is some pay, but is is mostly barter.

Tiny Home RV Space Includes: For 30 Hours A Week

  • 30 or 50 Amp Hookup
  • All Utilities
  • WiFi
  • One Meal A Day
  • Free Organic Produce
  • Laundry Facilities On Site

Enota: The Land That Nourishes

This is a great opportunity for a retired person who would love to stay active and be surrounded by nature. You would be living in paradise in a great community of all ages. Enota means the land that nourishes. Skills they are seeking now are someone to work at the front desk with reservation and social media experience. Enota also needs an experienced gardener that can be trained in organic gardening and someone with laundry and housekeeping experience. They are in need of about 6 workers, so give them a call.

Contact 

706-896-9966
800-990-8869

Online Application 

janet@tinyportablecedarcabins.com

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Caretaker Wanted : Bozeman, Montana

In Caretaker Wanted, RV Lot Rental, Tiny Home Parking, Tiny House Community by Janet Thome

Animal Lover Caretaker Wanted : March 2017

Animal Lover Caretaker Wanted 45 minutes from Bozeman, Montana. Wonderful opportunity for someone who LOVES animals and who is conscious about their care. They will consider a single person or a couple. You must have your own RV or a Tiny Home. A Tiny Home is preferred if you would like to stay through the winter.

Requirements

  • Six Hours Of Help Per Person Each Week
  • Seeking A Retired Or Person That Works From Home
  • You Must Use A Compost Toilet
  • Drug Free
  • No Smoking ( Sorry, Not Even Outside)
  • Four Month Minimum Stay Though They Would Love Someone To Stay For 6 Months Or Permanent
  • You Must Be On The Property When They Are Gone ( They Are Gone 2 Weeks Out Of The Month)
  • Must LOVE, LOVE Animals
  • References
  • Background Check
  • Propane Is Your Expense
  • Your RV OR Tiny Home Must Be Insured Including Liability
  • MUST Have Four Wheel Drive

Caretaker Wanted

Generous Amenities

  • Private Space Away From The Main House
  • Owner Provides Electric Hookups
  • Owner Pays For Your Electricity
  • Owner Provides Water And Garbage Pickup
  • All The Farm Raised Meat And Eggs You Can Eat From The Animals Raised There
  • The Possibility Of Bringing Your Own Dog ( Case By Case)

Duties

The main duties are animal care. They have 8 dogs, both big and small. Women encouraged to apply especially those with gardening skills.

Location

The ranch is located between Three Forks and Manhattan and is  2 hours from Yellowstone Park and West Yellowstone. There is fishing galore within 20 minutes as well as shopping and a gas station.

WOW! What A Great Opportunity

With the madness of trying to find a legal place to live, this is amazing especially if you are desiring to homestead and be away from it all. Your only expense, if you even use it, is propane.

The owners are really looking for someone that really wants to stay. Their first caretakers loved it so much, they bought a home in Montana. They really need someone ASAP, preferably in March.

Contact

Contact: Call 406-539-0895 or email shawnaboz@yahoo.com

 

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One Half Acre For Lease West Of Portland

In Land For Lease, RV Lot Rental by Janet Thome

Bring Your Tiny Home

One half acre for lease located one hour and fifteen minutes from Portland, Oregon. It is in in Columbia County, near Clatskanie.

Tiny Home Fantasy

Do you lie awake at night, dreaming of the simple life- a little piece of paradise where you can park your wheeled tiny home or RV and just spend your days outside, enjoying nature? Maybe you work from home and can really live anywhere. Have you always wanted to raise chickens, grow your own food or start a hobby farm? Or maybe you crave a family retreat, a place to let the children explore.

Features Of The Property

  • One Half Acre And Is Located Within A Private 86 Acre Parcel ( Same Owner)
  • The Tenant Is Surrounded By 7 Acres Of Pasture Used By The Owner For Hay
  • Possibility Of Leasing More Acres For Pasture For Livestock
  • Includes Very Large 3 Bay Shop With A Concrete Floor
  • Storage Shed
  • Rock Gravel Driveway With Gate
  • Level RV Pad For RV Or Tiny Home On Wheels
  • New Building That Houses The Well Pump
  • 200 Amp Service ( Their Electrician Can Provide the Connection You Need) Shop On Same Meter
  • New Septic System Permitted Through The County
  • Space For A 400 Square Foot Garden ( There Is No Existing Garden)

Lease Agreement : Desiring A Long Term Tenant

  • 2 Year Lease $695.00 A Month
  • Application Process Will Require Background And Credit Check: $30 per adult.
  • Minimum monthly income threshold $2085.00.
  • First, Last, And Security Deposit of $700.00  Required : $ 2090.00
  • Background And Credit Check Required: $30.00 Per Adult
  • Insurance Will Be Required For Your Home And Possessions: Must Include 100,000 Liability
  • Pets On Approval With An Agreement
  • Tenant Responsible For Pumping Out Septic At The End Of The Lease
  • The Owner Will Not Allow Any Federally Prohibited Use On The Property
  • Tenant Is Asked To Recycle

Utilities

  • Water Included ( Owners Will Take Care Of Anything Regarding The Pump)
  • Garbage And Recycling Pickup Included ( Pick Up Every Other Week)
  • Tenant Will Need To Set Up Their Own Account For Electric Use In Home And Shop

Laundry

There is not an existing set up for a washer and dryer. The faucet is a frost-free hose bib and the tenant can run their own plumbing from that connection.

Contact For More Details

csren1@yahoo.com

When contacting the owner, she would like a picture of the tiny home or RV and please let her know about yourself.

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Caballos De Las Estrellas: Rodeo, NM

In Land For Lease, Land For Sale, Tiny Home Parking, Tiny House Community by Janet Thome

Caballos De Las Estrellas Community : Tiny Home Friendly

I am excited to share an amazing, financially  sound and established community on 1000 acres in Rodeo, New Mexico. Caballos De Las Estrellas surrounds another 160 acres of land locked BLM. Caballos has 80 acres of community shared amenities. It is located in the Chiricahua and Peloncillo Mountain area of Arizona and New Mexico. Caballos De Las Estrellas translates to Horses Of The Stars.

The climate is mild and the area has clean air, good aquifer, low population and magnificent natural surroundings. Caballos values freedom, private enterprise and creativity while working together as a community.

They offer private residential lots for sales as well as a opportunities to lease a space for your tiny home. What is really exciting is if you buy or lease, all the community amenities are included for your use. They have no mandatory – chore lists, work schedule, hours required, or community meals, though there are going to be great events and parties all year around!

Caballos has a philosophy that what  you put in, you get out – and it is a beautiful thing to see just how self-motivated people naturally are when they are working at their own pace and at what they enjoy and believe in.

Caballos Community: Amenities In Various Degrees Of Being Finished

  • Equestrian Center
  • Greenhouse ( Finished 2017)
  • Produce From The Greenhouse
  • Clubhouse
  • Gym
  • Pool
  • Sports Court
  • Community Self -Sufficiency Farm Project
  • Community Projects With Shared Income
  • Wildlife Habitat
  • Tiny Home/RV Sections
  • Abundant Hiking And Riding Trails
  • The Mercado : A Commercial Business Section
  • World Class Bird Watching
  • Astronomy

Tiny Home Section: Four Sites Available  For Lease  : $ 450.00 A Month Includes

The Tiny Home Lease Section Is On 80 Acres:

  • Electric ( 30 Or 50 Amp Hookup )
  • Water
  • Septic
  • Site Landscaping
  • Full Use Of Amenities
  • Bring Your Horse!
  • Animal Friendly!
  • 6 Month To One Year Lease
  • Opportunity To Lease While You Build Your Home
  • RV’S Allowed

Private Residential Lots For Sale: Caballos Offers Owner Financing At 6% Up to 15 Years

Live In Your Tiny Home While You Build: Use Later As A Guest Home !

You are allowed to live in your tiny home or RV for at least two years while you build your site built home and it can become a guest home after you build and stay on the property. Zoning requires a site built home as the primary residence. The guest tiny home would be a beautiful opportunity to bring an aging loved one with you as an alternative to assisted living, especially for those who are still active and mobile. This living arrangement offers personal privacy with mutual support.

The site built home has to be a minimum of 1000 square feet and can include an indoor atrium, art studio or enclosed screened porch to meet the square footage requirement. 

Electricity to the lot is included in the price. The down payment is negotiable. Offering lots from 10 to 38 acres.

Bring A Friend!

Are you planning on living near other family members or friends? Buy lots side by side and share a well and septic.

Full list of the amenities are included for your use. List of private lots for sale.

Their Vision And Philosophy

Attention Animals: Bring Your Humans! Love Their Stance On Animals

Caballos

We are an animal friendly community at a time when many people who live with animals are finding themselves faced with oppressive restrictions and less space designated for large animals every year. There is no charge for keeping horses and some livestock at the equestrian center but you can also keep them on your own lot. We have members that work in animal rescue and our community is dedicated to giving back to the earth and earthlings.

Sustainability and Self-Sufficiency:

Our goal is working with nature with an emphasis on sustainability and self-sufficiency within the development. Caballos de las Estrellas is always working toward a harmonious relationship with our environment from providing eco friendly products and innovation, to wildlife habitat enhancement, to education and events. I strongly recommend the book “Man Swarm” by Dave Foreman for any eco community. “What ‘sustainability’ means has also been seen through the lens of Man’s needs. A society is not truly sustainable if it brings on extinction of other Earthlings or if it tames its lands and waters” “Per capita sprawl comes from bigger homes and lots, and is tweaked by tax, zoning, and transportation policies, while population sprawl comes from more bodies. Looked at overall, the two were nearly even for how much sprawl they drove, but population growth came out somewhat higher.”

Visionary Community

Caballos
For years I have watched people put a great deal of effort into designing beautiful livable and environmentally sound concept communities, but over the years few have materialized and life goes on as usual. It takes a great deal of money and commitment to move from start up to something solid and established. Most dreams and projects rarely get off the ground. We are left with government solutions and history proves that the nature of government is and has always been parasitic and self-serving with a small disconnected privileged elite class at the top. Marxist or Neocon, the results have been the same worldwide, no matter how utopian the dream they are pitching. Elites and serfs, nowhere to run, no personal control. I believe real change will only come from the ground up within a growing group of small communities, each with their own vision. These communities remain the wisest places to test and refine concepts. Caballos is one of those communities and we welcome you to see if our vision works for you.

We value personal freedom and creativity while working together as a community. We believe in a life that is beautifully lived and well balanced so amenities, events, parties, classes, lectures, and adventures are all part of the design.

The homes are clustered along the roads/trails which allows wildlife to move through almost the entire development unhampered. Most residents dedicate a portion of their lots to some type of wildlife habitat enhancement. Most of our residents are incorporating Eichler Home, earthship, or atrium design concepts into their homes. Bringing life inside your home for beauty, food, and air quality. Lowering our footprint is important, but in the end, it is the degree to which we give back to the earth that is the real key to a sustainable life and our moral responsibility.

The Mercado

The Mercado is a commercial and business section was designed to meet many of the community’s needs without requiring the daily use of a car.  You can easily walk, bike, golf cart, or take your buggy to The Mercado.  Space is available for residents who would like to open a business. Plans in the future include grocery pickup, a recording studio, feed and hardware store and more!

Shopping Nearby

There is tavern/grocery store in Rodeo and a few other businesses with full shopping opportunities 65 to 85 miles away in Bisbee, Douglas and Wilcox.

Guest House

There is a guest house available to rent if you want to come and meet Zhenna and stay awhile or if you just long for a retreat. The guest house features:

  • A Zen landscaped Entrance
  • Pet Friendly
  • Grass Yard
  • Spa
  • Raised Beds

What a beautiful, generous community, a Sanctuary refuge, very timely on this planet.

Contact Zhenna For More Details

Caballos De Las Estrellas

PO Box 19,  Rodeo, NM 88056

575-545-5426

email resort@caballosresort.com

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Gathering Our Tribe: A Prepper Haven Elk, Wa.

In Homesteading, Prepping, Tiny Home Parking, Tiny House Community by Janet Thome

Are You Longing For Community And Desire A Safe Haven?

Gathering Our Tribe is putting the call out to others who could glean from their decades of experience in prepping and homesteading who long for community. The 16 acre community is located on a dead end road, has a year round stream running through it and is surrounded by 1000s of acres of state forest lands far enough away from Spokane, WA to be safely distanced from its population influx and problem. They have a variety of opportunities for those who desiring to be out of harms way.

Eight Acre Parcel For Sale

Available for sale is an 8 acre piece of land with it own debt free deed that sit next to the community’s land. This land is forested and has a year around stream running thru it. The  8 acres is mostly forested undeveloped land where access and improvements would need to be done by person who purchases it.

99 Year Leases

Offering  99 year leases on sites on the community’s land where members may construct Cabins or set up temporary housing and develop their site for their long term retreating. Also offered are Associate, Founding & Volunteer Memberships.

Individual Sites Available For Lease

Acceptable Housing:

  • Tiny Homes
  • Self Contained Campers
  • Tipi
  • Converted Buses
  • Yurts
  • RV’S
  • Temporary Cabins
  • Naturally Built Structures
  • Bug Out Sites Can Be Developed At Your Own Pace To Come To Later

Grid Power And Solar Backup

They  use gird power with solar and hydro electrical backup systems with a battery bank and Inverter standing by whenever the grid power go out. Additionally, they  have an uphill gravity fed tank that holds water to gravity fed back into the main  home should the grip power go out. They primarily heat with wood, of which there is an abundance of dead wood around lands available for harvesting. 40 plus cords of firewood is already cut and stacked and available for members use.

Owners Of Gathering Our Tribe

The owners are  Daniel & Patti EarthStewards, a couple who have been long time Homesteaders and Preppers. They have  lived a back-to-the-land food and energy self-reliant lifestyle since 1990, with a previous study of these lifestyles and preparations since the late 70’s. Great people to learn from.

They are  serious about THRIVING in this time of uncertainty and have planned for the dollar collapse, earth changes and civil unrest. If you, like them are feeling that weird vibe and sense something is coming, but you cannot put your finger on it, then you have met the right people to talk to about this at Gathering Our Tribe. They are doers, not talkers, and we want to be joined by those of like mind.

A Hopi Elder Speaks- Now is the Hour

You have been telling the people,
That this is the eleventh hour.
Now, you must go and tell the people,
That THIS is the hour,
And there are things to be considered.

Where are you living? What are you doing?
What are your relationships?
Are you in the right relationship?
Where is your water?
Know your garden …

It is time to speak your truth.
Create your community,
Be good to each other.
Do not look outside yourself for a leader.

There is a river flowing now very fast,
It is so great and swift.
That there are those who will be afraid,
They will try to hold onto the shore.
They will feel they are being pulled apart,
And will suffer greatly.

Understand that the river knows its destination,
The elders say we must let go of the shore.
Push off into the middle of the river,
Keep our eyes open and our heads above water.

And I say; see who is in there with you,
Hold fast to them and celebrate!

At this time in history,
We are to take nothing personally.
Least of all, ourselves!
For the moment we do,
Our spiritual growth and journey comes to an end.
The time of the Lone Wolf is over!

Gather yourselves!
Banish the word ‘struggle’ from your attitude and vocabulary.
All that we do now must be done,
In a sacred manner and in celebration.

We are all about to go on a journey,
We are the ones we have been waiting for!

Thomas Banyacya Sr.
Speaker of the Wolf, Fox and Coyote Clan
Elder of the Hopi Nation

Tell Them About Yourself When You Inquire About The Community: Their Thoughts

Agreeing to admitting members depends a great deal upon what type of efforts people make in their inquiries and correspondence with us. If what we get from people are short tweet like messages that are designed to get us to try to “sell” to them the ideals of our community, rather than them helping us in any way to get to know them, then this will become a waste of time for everyone.

Gathering Our Tribe: Contact For More Details

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janet@tinyportablecedarcabins.com

509 345 2013

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