Offgrid Living Ireland  from Dogs & Coe

Some Tools are fun

So this life is physical, happily more so for the hubby than myself. We divide the work nicely I think. I go off to work

Is this life for you?

OR WOULD MADNESS SURELY FOLLOW? (SEE PICTURE FOR ANSWER) The predominant question people always ask when they hear how we live is —WHY? Surely at

We are not alone!

When we first came here we brought 1 cockerel and 5 chickens and of course our dogs of which we had 3 at the time.

This Magical Isle

A Rustle in the wind reminds us a Fairy is near Author Unknown As the mornings become lighter and the damp air is saturated, the

I need to step up

I haven’t said anything much about this before but this year I think its time. Nov 2019 after going in for a routine hernia operation

When the Wind blows

Well Windy the turbine is back and looking fine again. The husband has replaced the 3 blades that were torn and bent with some spares

Meet Windy Weather Coe

The turbine (Windy) has been a family member for over 5 years and it has lived quietly in its box never complaining about the lack