Solar Baby is about how to live in an off-the-grid home and setting up a small, but affordable solar system for power.

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Latest Blog Posts for Solar Baby

  • Our Small Energy System
    on Mar 4, 2016 in Solar Energy System
    Peaceful Forest Winter 2000  My previous posts were all about how we got here and how we lived without electric. I think anybody can live without it if they have a way to make a living off their garden or other sources on their land, or a job. For u...
  • Hit By A Tornado
    on Feb 17, 2016 in Off The Grid Home
        On May 19, 2000, my husband and I were working on putting our clothesline up. He had put the pulley on a tree in our backyard and it would be attached to a post connected to our deck. It was a beautiful day. Sun shining and blue sky with n...
  • Building Our Fence
    on Feb 13, 2016 in Off The Grid Home
    Our Horses Paddock in 2000 As I mentioned in my previous post, my husband, Larry, had to build a fence so we could bring our two horses home. Since he was clearing the wooded area where we wanted to build our barn and make a paddock, he was able to...
  • Clearing Land For Horses
    on Feb 12, 2016 in Off The Grid Home
      The front corner of the area being cleared (to be the paddock).   On May 13, 2000, we brought our two horses home, that we bought from the horse farm where we were working. It took some work to get our wooded area on the side of our house clea...
  • Our First Year
    on Feb 11, 2016 in Off The Grid Home
    The Road In Front Of Our House   During our first months of living here, my husband, Larry was working at night. I wasn't working at all at that time. Instead I was trying to clean up this old neglected hunting camp house, trying to make it a home.
  • Moving To Peaceful Forest
    on Feb 2, 2016 in Off The Grid Home
    Our House in 1999 It took us four years to actually find our property. When we were looking, we wanted property with acreage. After we looked at this house on one acre we changed our minds. I remember the day we moved in here in June of 1999. In fact...
  • A Lifestyle Change
    on Jan 30, 2016 in Off The Grid Home
    Our house in Bainbridge, NY.   Preparing for this lifestyle change is something my husband and I did gradually. We lived for a couple of years in an apartment that was on an old farm. The first thing we did was set up a clothesline from our second f...
  • Welcome To Solar Baby
    on Jan 28, 2016 in Off The Grid Home
      Welcome to Solar Baby!   Welcome to Solar Baby! I am writing about our off the grid life on this website. My husband, Larry and I moved to a hunting camp in the middle of the state forest in 1999. At the time we purchased our property, I didn'...
  • Water, Food, Heat and ShelterWater, food, heat and shelter are your priorities when living anywhere, but especially when you are living a homesteading lifestyle. Electric, internet, computers, telephone and television are not on that list. With good reason too. You do not need t...
  • How Those Ten New Panels Did This Summer
    on Sep 5, 2014 in Solar Panels
    Are you wondering how those ten new panels did this summer? We had a few sunless days last week, but for the most part, sunshine daily. This summer has been crazy! Crazy as far as our weather goes, that is. We had … Continue reading → T...
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