Ruined Mine in the Nevada Desert

Ruined Mine in the Nevada Desert

As a nomad, I’m always on the lookout for new and interesting places to camp and explore.  During my migration back to the Southwest United States for the Winter I came across a ruined mine in the Nevada desert while browsing freecampsites.net, and knew I had stop there for a few nights.

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First Night in the Nevada Wilderness

I’m on my way back South for the Winter. Seattle is great during the Summer, but it’s hard to resist the call of the Arizona deserts when the rains of the Pacific Northwest set in.  One of my first stops was in the wilds of Nevada. A lone road stretches for miles through the middle of nowhere. I pull off into the brush to rest for the night, and do a little exploring before I retire.

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Soil & Water Cultivation Awareness with Liz Crain

In this episode of Speak Freely TV we are joined by Liz Crain the owner and operator of Leafhopper Farm, a small demonstration Permaculture Farm in the Pacific Northwest. Liz and Cahlen discuss the state of our soil and water, how it affects our health, how it got that way and what we can do about it.

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Cleaning Water with Chlorine Dioxide

Water is a daily necessity for us all, and when you’re living nomadically you often have to get creative about where you’re finding it. My favorite spot is from streams or other running water sources, but there is still the problem of microbes to deal with.

There are a lot of good camping filters which do the job, but they’re tedious… and I’m pretty lazy. Chlorine Dioxide had been used by backpackers for decades as a safe way to disinfect their water, and it’s my preferred method. At the right doses it may also alleviate various health conditions. To learn more about that, do an internet search on “MMS”.

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