December 10th, 2004 - Open Knowledge
Dec. 10th, 2004
11:52 am - Rancho Costa Nada
Simple living in the desert. Phil Garlington's "Rancho Costa Nada: The Dirt Cheap Desert Homestead" (Loompanics) is a quirky how-to book about minimalist living. The Rancho lifestyle incorporates most of the creature comforts, but without mortgage, rent, utility bill, or job-related stress.
This is a book that tells how to live cheap in the desert. It's a survival guide to frugal living, about how to live on almost nothing after quitting the job, the commute hassle, the mean boss, and all the nagging worries about rent and morgage. It sings self-reliance, independence, and a life of freedom and leisure.
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