July 20, 2022
Keith and special guest, Beverly, chat in the Rebel Civics Mobile Studio about living remotely. Many people never even think about living mostly or entirely independent of the infrastructure that usually dominates our lives. Being able to sustain oneself independently in a short-term natural or man-made disaster is an important civics topic not covered in government schools.
In this pre-recorded episode during the return camping journey from the Free State Project’s PorcFest in New Hampshire to Florida, Keith shows the 5′ x 8′ Teardrop trailer setup for remote boondocking that he and his girlfriend have lived in for up to two months. Then Beverly and Keith discuss the remote living and working setup, enjoyed away from it all.
What would you do if you are without power/water/food stores/communications for a week? What are your plans during the Zombie Apocalypse?
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Hosted by Keith Bessette, Rebel Civics covers the principles of society and government, the ideas upon which America was founded, the history of the development of these principles, and current events in relation to them. Rebel (n): A person who is disobedient to unjust authority and stands up for fundamental principles, despite conventions and the opinions of others.
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