Paradise in a
home located in the Northern Saskatchewan Wilderness. This one of a
kind property is accessible only
float plane. If you have a sense of adventure, enjoy solitude and
seek a more peaceful lifestyle, or desire a solitary vacation getaway,
this is your dream come true.
This super-insulated, well built home is located in the new
Provincial Wilderness Reserve. The area is slated to be forever
wilderness. No new
development or leases will be granted which makes this existing lease
all the more valuable.
The house is approximately 1,600 sq.
feet and consists of living room, dining room, kitchen/pantry and craft
room on the top floor. A storage room, bathroom, utility room, bedroom
and work shop comprise the lower level. The craft room and workshop
could easily be converted to bedrooms for a total of three bedrooms if
There is a screened porch
attached to the second floor overlooking the lake to the South and
East. A favorite
past time in the summer is sitting in the porch swing while listening
the loons and watching the world go by. The dining room and living room
both have large picture windows and overlook the lake to the South.
There is wall to wall carpet in the living room and bedroom, with vinyl
in the rest
of the house. All windows are triple glazed.
An attached greenhouse
allows early gardening. Eat salads before the snow is off the ground.
There are separate gardens of established
strawberries, asparagus and assorted other berries as well as an herb
garden and large vegetable garden complete with removable hoop houses
for earlier planting. A young apple orchard is planted. Outbuildings
consists of a storage shed and large wood shed.
wildlife and nature abound. Moose, caribou, fox, black bear, marten,
hare and lynx are some of the animals seen. Birds of all kinds are
found here including owls, eagles and osprey. This clean, clear water
lake has abundant
trout and northern pike. Land consists of a
recreational crown lease, garden lease and dock. Lease and fees are
approximately $ 342 /year and taxes are approximately
$ 648 /year.
- Beautiful, Clear Water Lake Set Among
Hills and Forest
- 800 Watt Solar Array, Inverter, Spare
Inverter and Large Deep Cycle Battery Pack
- Solid Maple Kitchen Cabinets and Dual
Stainless Steel Sink
- Safe Area with Great Hunting and Fishing
- Ideal Setup for the Sportsman, Vacationer
- Pressure Treated Dock located on a Lovely
Sand Beach; Perfect for a Summertime Swim
- 6000 Watt Diesel Generator
- Abundant blueberries and Cranberries; Free
for the Picking
- Storage Shed, Woodshed and Cords of
- Miscellaneous Tools, Spare Parts and
PHOTO GALLERY (click picture to
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those cost conscious wishing to do it themselves, we can offer a basic
solid structure with most fixtures removed and you can refurbish as you
see fit. Cost $149,000)
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Grid and Free : My Path to
the Wilderness **
Published by Moon Willow Press
true life story of how this city boy came to live 100 miles deep
in the Canadian wilderness; how I mastered homesteading and an off-grid
self-sufficient lifestyle in Maine in preparation for the move to the
bush. Join me for
an eclectic blend of story telling ranging from my adventures of
bicycling across the United States to my winter thru hike of the 2100+
mile long Appalachian Trail.
Experience the terror of being surrounded by
wildfire and being touched by a bear. Discover what life is like
working in a remote exploration camp. Enjoy first hand accounts of some
of the most breathtaking wildlife encounters. Entertaining and
enlightening, the narrative is at times amusing while at other times
harrowing. Appealing to readers with an outdoors, adventurous
spirit; people with an off-grid, self-sufficiency bent, as well as the
“dreamers” content to read about adventure, I hope to inspire others to
“take the road less traveled."
The book is supplemented with about 100 images which have been
carefully selected to visually reinforce the text.
About the author:
Living off grid since 1980, Ron and his wife Johanna
spent the better part of their lives "unplugged." As part of the back
to the land movement that originated in the 70's, they have spent their
adult years living the homestead dream. Published in Backhome magazine,
Small Farmer's Journal, and Countryside and Small Stock Journal, they
also appear in LIfe Off Grid,
a film and book about people living off grid throughout Canada.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Which way do I go?
Chapter 2 Northbound to Maine
Chapter 3 Money does grow on trees
Chapter 4 Wandering for 165 days and nights
Chapter 5 Sure beats walking
Chapter 6 Who’s afraid of a little wilderness?
Chapter 7 Smells like chicken
Chapter 8 Searching for a diamond in the rough
Chapter 9 Sort of homesteading
Chapter 10 Do bush planes serve pretzels with
the inflight movie?
Chapter 11 Cook stove delights
Chapter 12 Forest fires burn me up
Chapter 13 Dump run swim
Chapter 14 Slush makes for poor sledding
Chapter 15 Camp life
Chapter 16 Daily life and seasonal patterns
Chapter 17 Close encounters of the animal kind
Chapter 18 Is the wilderness for you?
Available on Amazon
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