In this amazing video clip, this man intentionally lives in poverty to lead a plain lifestyle.
Thirty-three-year-old Dan Price once had a wife, two children, a high-interest mortgage, and a stressful job. He thought he had a normal life and was content with it.
Then one day, he read Payne Hollow, a 1974 book about author Harlan Hubbard’s rejection of modernization and his primitive lifestyle.
Soon afterwards, Price’s marriage ended and his family moved to Oregon. But Price had a different life in mind—one inspired by Hubbard. So he moved away from the city and now lives in a wonderful underground “hobbit hole” located on a horse pasture.
Watch the video to see Price’s version of a simple life.
Video Credit: YouTube | Joana Jinton .