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Hi, welcome to our website Totally Off Our Grid!

A name brought to life from us both being a little crazy and the start of our crazy off grid adventure.

Having looked at other people who are living the dream, watching YouTube and reading up on other peoples journeys living off grid, they all seem to start from people already having the land and starting to build a home. We decided to start documenting our journey from day one! Day one for us means day one. Not only do we need to buy the land, we also need to raise money for the land and learn a huge amount in the process.

Recent Blog Posts

Happy New Year!

So we are firmly into the new year, and low and behold we are straight into another lock down. But the seasons wait for no one, and we need to start making a proper plan for the garden this year. Our hope is to be a bit more organised, which we are already leaps and … Continue reading Happy New Year!

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas everyone love from Tony and Kiera xx

Oak-ie Dokie

Oak tree update. This was the seedling on 10th of December: Compared to 20th December: Look at that beauty go! Shooting up so fast, and won’t be long before the others follow suit.



Acorns and Chestnuts

I’ve been feeling a bit redundant in the garden since winter has hit. With not a lot to do except a bit of tidying and rubbish weather, there really isn’t much to write about. We haven’t been on any walks or built anything either, so its all quiet here. Although we have Tony’s acorns starting … Continue reading Acorns and Chestnuts

Pumpkin Pie

As you all know by now, I Love pumpkins! 😂 In fact, I love anything Autumn. The flavours, the foods and the colours. What better seasonal food is there than pumpkin? And the first thing that many think of, is pumpkin pie. I have always wanted to try pumpkin pie, but it was always something … Continue reading Pumpkin Pie

New Raised Beds

After our semi failed attempt at growing potatoes in sacks, we had to have a think on how best we could try growing them next year. We wanted to have a bigger harvest, and growing in sacks wasn’t really working for us. We talked about maybe rotavating the strip of garden next to the hedge … Continue reading New Raised Beds