Nomadic and Yurt Living with Guests Joe and Fae Baker

In this episode of The Modern Homesteading Podcast, Rachel interviews Joe and Fae Baker about their journey into nomadic and yurt living.

The Modern Homesteading Podcast, Episode 185 – January 23, 2023

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Joe and Fae met at a young age through homesteading/farming, married and started what would be considered a fairly normal life. It wasn’t long into their adventure together that they decided they wanted something different. As Joe describes it, they started to ‘design a life they wanted to live’. Join Rachel as she interviews this young couple; you won’t want to miss their adventure! And you will want to follow them as they continue to live life on their terms.

Topics Discussed

  • Van Life
  • Yurt Living
  • Off Grid Toilets
  • Off Grid Water
  • Hand Drawn Well
  • Big Berkey Water Filter System
  • Hair Sheep
  • Chickens
  • Remote Self Employment
  • Lifestyle Design

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Vee

    What county in MIchigan allows yurts? I’ve been having a terrible time finding one!

  2. Rachel

    I know there are a few places in Michigan, one is in Joyfeild Township, northern Manistee County. My friend Craig Schaaf lives there in a yurt and has for years.

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