01/17/2020 (Fri) 21:35:27
Ok. Here's three Wiki article for starters:
The North Pond Hermit I mentioned:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Thomas_Knight
Then Proenneke, who would have deserved the first place mentioning:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Proenneke
These two basically role models, tho I hope the second one will be really it.
The third example is a "how not to do it":https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_McCandless
His story has some morals in it, so worthy to look into it.
Ray Mears >>34097
is solid, also Mors Kochanski (RIP in peace sweet prince), I think both should have at least one book on libgen.
The chief problem is, that some level of material wealth is needed to do this - even if you try to rely solely on yourself (which would be extremely hard) - since when you start out you need at least some necessary equipment (clothing, tools, shelter, seeds, etc.), but maybe also for land to buy (which would cost a lot, maybe Russia has some incentive: buy land in the middle of Siberia for 1 dolla). To keep yourself alive, so a bad harvest or a failed trapping season won't kill you during winter you also need some income or backup money to buy foodstuff, unless you want to go the Hermit way of stealing and thievery.