Rediscovering the American Dream
God, self-reliance, simplicity, & service: The homesteading secrets to success!
With this in mind, Cody and the Wranglerstar family decided to leave a comfortable city life in 2010 and start their adventure in the rugged mountains of the Pacific Northwest. Now popular pioneers among a growing movement of people seeking independence from debt, freedom to raise their family with values and faith, and the peace of a simpler, more meaningful approach to life, they detail their journey on the Wranglerstar YouTube channel to hundreds of thousands each week.
Discover their personal story, what worked, what didn’t, and what you can learn from their mistakes.
Detailed “How to” Sections
Explore detailed “How to” sections throughout the book, providing hands-on knowledge and practical tips for just about anyone.
Master techniques you can use to help you in your home, garden, and life with these full-color drawings, photos, and illustrations.
Have you dreamed of stepping off the treadmill of life? Do you feel in your heart there is something more than the usual daily grind? Join the Wranglerstar family as they blaze a trail for all those who dream of becoming truly independent by living an amazing and more fulfilling American dream. In the blueprint of their story, you can see the decisions and paths that are at the heart of this life and faith transforming way of life!
About the Authors
The Wranglerstar family are leaders in the growing movement of people who desire to live a simpler life. With their own popular Wranglerstar channel on YouTube that draws hundreds of thousands of views each month, they share the practical and inspiring aspects of this great adventure with viewers around the world! With this window into the modern homesteading movement, viewers see innovative strategies and forgotten wisdom reclaimed from the past that can be made their own.
Table of Contents
- The Power of YouTube
- Our Beginning
- The Middle of Nowhere
- Chickens Come Home to Roost
- What Have We Done?
- Feeding the Family
- Quality of Life
- Building Things That Last
- A Final Thought: You Can Homestead