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The Busby Hive is a sustainable off the grid homesteading micro-farm that provides farm fresh goods and inspirational online content to motivate others to lead adventurous lifestyles by their own design.
We nourish our local community with sustainable, delicious fare; we empower clients to expand the boundary of their perceived lifestyle limitations; and we coach entrepreneurs in their purposeful business ventures.
The Busby Hive is rooted on a foundation of practicing what we teach—making it a priority to thrive through healthy lifestyle and simple abundance, experiencing cultures around the world, and creating sustainable, life-fulfilling businesses focused on success from a place of service.
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A Chick named Tiny. Starting a Microfarm with Strawbale Gardening. Building a Tiny Home. (Sensing a trend here?)

It all started: January 3rd — the day Sean broke his ankle.   His family had just left town for the New Year holiday, and we headed out to ski/ride. One loud POP and a failed attempt at a hand plant, Sean landed himself in the Urgent Care. The first doc didn’t see anything problematic on the X-ray, and so Sean implemented a lot of rest and relaxation, thinking things would be fine.   Long story short, Sean snowboarded on a broken ankle (even believing it was healing while in Iceland) until he went back into the doc and had it re-X-rayed, and...
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The Busby Guide to Iceland on a Budget

April 24, 2016
Iceland is defined by contrast. Aptly named the “land of fire and ice,” the country’s landscape is draped with waterfalls that cascade from rocky outcrops, dotted with hot springs and billowing steam plumes, and surrounded by wild ocean waves licking the dark, deserted beaches. Icelandic people are friendly — albeit sometimes stand-offish at first — and offer occasional warm smiles that immediately soften their weathered, tough exteriors.    Known for welcoming droves of tourists during the lush summertime, Iceland can also be experienced in the winter for a fraction of the price. So if you’re a light spender and a winter lover, and...
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