Check out what it looks like to build on an off grid property through the eyes of a drone! #homestead #offgrid #cordwood

Drone Photos at Big Muddy Rock!

If you didn’t see on Facebook or Instagram, we recently had the pleasure of having one of our college friends come up and do some photos with his DRONE.

A DRONE, PEOPLE.

Check out what it looks like to build on an off grid property through the eyes of a drone! #homestead #offgrid #cordwood


It was awesome! I got the biggest kick out of seeing it zip around our property snapping photos.

All photo credits go to Jeremy Ison.

 

If you need to catch up on the particulars of our cordwood house project, I recommend starting here.

West wall in progress on a cordwood house - accidentalhippies.com

 

A completed cordwood panel - accidentalhippies.com

A completed cordwood panel - the first panel completed in this project! - accidentalhippies.com

 

Stacking bottle bricks for use in cordwood walls - accidentalhippies.com

Stacking bottle bricks for use in cordwood walls - accidentalhippies.com

CLICK HERE TO SEE HOW WE’RE USING ALL THESE BOTTLES

South face of our cordwood house, still in the process of being built - accidentalhippies.com Aerial shot of our off grid property - accidentalhippies.com

This is but a small portion of our half-mile driveway. Yes. A HALF. MILE.

Looking from our hill at Big Muddy Rock - accidentalhippies.com

If you’ve ever wondered about how to buy your own land to build on one day, check out this popular post about SIX FINANCIAL TIPS for Buying Land.

Aerial shot of our off grid property - accidentalhippies.com

What bottle ends look like from the outside of a cordwood wall - Looking from our hill at Big Muddy Rock - accidentalhippies.com

What bottle ends look like on the inside of a cordwood wall - Looking from our hill at Big Muddy Rock - accidentalhippies.com

 

 

The front of our cordwood house, still in progress - accidentalhippies.com

 

I am looking forward to the day we don’t have to look at the Tyvek anymore. We will side it with cedar boards we scored in a bundle on Craigslist. You can see the bundle sitting just behind the water tank in the photo below:

In the process of building our off grid cordwood home - What bottle ends look like on the inside of a cordwood wall - Looking from our hill at Big Muddy Rock - accidentalhippies.com

 

Here we’re working on the WEST WALL along where the kitchen, guest/kid bathroom and kid bedroom will be.

Working together on a cordwood wall - accidentalhippies.com

Cordwood house in progress - the east wall is finished! - accidentalhippies.com

This is the EAST wall. CLICK HERE TO READ THE UPDATE WHERE WE COMPLETED THE BULK OF IT WITH THE HELP OF GOOD FRIENDS AND FAMILY!

East wall of a cordwood house - accidentalhippies.com East wall of a cordwood house - accidentalhippies.com East wall of a cordwood house - accidentalhippies.com Backside of our cordwood house, not yet completed - accidentalhippies.com Backside of our cordwood house, not yet completed - accidentalhippies.com Backside of our cordwood house, not yet completed - accidentalhippies.com

If you’re just joining us, check out our cordwood homestead specs here! There are lots more posts about our journey with building our cordwood home here too.

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Check out what it looks like to build on an off grid property through the eyes of a drone! #homestead #offgrid #cordwood

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