Family Defies Government! Lives 200 Miles From Nearest Store (Video)

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This News Shot is about the Atchley Family of Alaska. Their story is an incredible one, as they have re-kindled the spirit of the homesteaders of the 19th century and live a total off the grid, self-reliant lifestyle…free of government intrusion!

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Source: LIFE off the GRID: Meet the Atchleys… the World’s Most Remote Family Who Live Hundreds of Miles From Civilization With Only Hungry Bears for Company

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  • phicrappazappa

    This family just sacrificed their independence for their 15 minutes of fame.

    • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

      I think you may be right, unfortunately.

    • SP_88

      If it motivates others to do the same, than it was a worthwhile sacrifice, IMHO. And was it really a sacrifice? What have they lost?

      • phicrappazappa

        What they do is their business. I could care less. But when they publicly display Mom, Dad, and son naked together in their sauna in promotion of their chosen “life style”, you know good an damned well what’s coming. And it won’t be pretty.

        • SP_88

          To be honest, I didn’t watch the video. But that sounds pretty weird to me. Why would people sit naked in their sauna with a grown boy?
          It’s really none of my business what they do either, but I sure as hell wouldn’t do that.
          My mistake was not watching the video and assuming that this was just some people living in the wilderness and being free of the nonsense of government. Apparently there’s more going on here than I thought.
          I think you’re right, it won’t be pretty.

          • phicrappazappa

            Admittedly I did not bother with this video, either. This story was also on a link from Drudge, and contained many still shots the photographer made. I have no idea as to the numbers of followers of this site ( I’m obviously one ), but Drudge is on top, which is monitored by many, and envied by all.

    • gomurr

      Yeah, there’s going to be a lot of people seeking to disrupt their lives 200 miles from the nearest town in Alaska.

  • SP_88

    This is how people are supposed to live. This shouldn’t be an unusual thing. People don’t belong sitting on the couch getting fatter and fatter and working in a cubical sitting in front of a computer all day.
    People need to be active and they need to eat food that doesn’t have toxic chemicals in it.
    These people are much better off for this.

  • bsroon

    That title alone means the “govt” is going to have to make an example of them, because it SOUNDS like they were ordered to not live that far away and chose to do so anyway.
    This means people will admire them for that level of independence. Since our current “govt” is far more tyrannical than that which got the British soldiers killed – they aren’t going to let this go by. Probably drop something to make them sick and need hospitalization or something…
    Then scream about how unsafe it is to not rely on rich morons and the country they stole… the businesses they made, the power they have…

  • TrueAmerican

    I live off Grid, and LOVE IT, I’m not 200 miles away from a store but 50 + miles and I love it.