Located on a beautiful piece of land with an amazing view of nearby snow capped mountains, he and his little family live a smart, productive, and peaceful life working hard to build up their homestead. They follow some good old fashioned ways, such as crafting and using hand tools, beekeeping, growing their own food, and homeschooling to name a few. After introductions and a little discussion on our message and mission, we started our session with a walk around Cody’s property to get an overview for shooting locations, etc.
As we advanced past the initial apprehensions of meeting new folk and got to business, we began to feel more at ease and they definitely helped with their hospitality and openness to share with us their beliefs on why they live like they do – which is a vital part to this documentary, because it’s not just about knowledge and skill, but also conviction and desire to really have something deeper, richer and better than over-electrified and mechanized city life.
So it turned out to be a big blessing to us, meeting them and hearing their ideas and stories, not only because of their excellent contribution to the documentary, but because they were closely aligned with our own faith and ideologies.
Two things we hope to also clearly convey and weave throughout the film: To awaken many to the spiritual aspects of off-grid living is of very great importance – trusting in God and exercising faith and using what he provides, thus being delivered from the many snares of a dependent but undependable modernist life.
Big thanks to the Crones, their charity towards us and may God bless their endeavors. May God continue to bless our endeavors. We feel he already has so much!
Thanks to you folk who support and encourage us in this great work, we appreciate you and look forward to soon providing you more inspiration and motivation to be liberated from the slavery of the modern control grid.
– Sean Tounn