Eustace Conway

Have you ever wished you could go live in the woods and get away from city life? Eustace Conway is doing it.

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“Eustace has lived in the woods for 20 years. He hasn’t had a sip of a soft drink in that time or electricity (no TV) or running water.

Eustace camped alone for a week in the mountains at age twelve, living off the land and loving it! At age seventeen, he moved outside to live in an Indian tipi, which was his only home for 17 winters. At age eighteen he canoed 1,000 miles on the Mississippi River. Then he walked across America on the Appalachian Trail, completing the 2,000 mile journey. He kayaked the entire southern coast of Alaska amongst icebergs and whales.

He has backpacked over 5,000 miles of breathtaking wilderness trails in North America, Central America, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe…from sandy deserts to lush jungles. He trained his own mules, horses, and bulls to pull logs, sleds, wagons and to plow the garden. He set the world record for coast to coast horse travel from the Atlantic Ocean to Pacific Ocean in 103 days!”