Just because you’re living off the grid, it doesn’t mean your not allowed to enjoy the same luxuries as anyone else in the world. After a hard day of working around your property, wouldn’t it be nice to sit in a hot tub with a cold drink or a glass of wine. Like anything else, there is hillbilly hot tub that can meet even the lowest household budget.
Low budget options can include building a fire pit under an old galvanized meet stock tank to building a fire pit under and old metal bathtub all the way to a very fancy hot tub that is heated by a solar hot water heater and powered by an solar power system with enough juice to run the water jets and air bubbles to massage your tired body.
The coolest thing about where I live are the crystal clear stars at night that are so clear that I can see the full band of star in the Milky Way spiral and we can see smoke coming off the backside of meteors raining down the during the Perseids and the Giminids meteor showers.
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