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Announced last week in San Diego, site of the annual convention of Go to its Facebook page to get on the mailing list, and check your email compulsively until you get a seat. Try the Lilly Roll, with pickled plums and asparagus, or the shishito peppers tossed in soy sauce and brown sugar pecans, before settling in to savor the decadence of Hokkaido scallops over rice. All of the leafy brilliance is big enough to split or throw on some chicken and call it dinner. We have also raised 4 children the last 2 graduate from college next year. It helps to just observe some hair stylists.

About the same time the Martin brothers got the attention of a couple of producers for the Discovery Channel. Getting the OK to do both, the pair enlisted the help of some friends as their little shop south of Dallas built some of the wildest custom bikes the TV audience had ever seen. Despite losing the first TV series competition, they won every contest after that. Following more than a decade of success, hit and the aftermarket took a big downturn.

The disposable income was drying up and Joe was forced to do some soul searching as he downsized his operation and his crew. But he says this was a welcomed time as it forced him to refocus his priorities and he got back to doing individual custom work as he went from the limelight back into the workshop. Over the next few years a seed had been planted in his head that he needed to relocate and what better place than the Texas Hill Country where he loved to go on road trips.

Joe and his new bride Amanda found themselves in the town of Dripping Springs, Texas, just west of Austin where everything is meant to stay weird but is a hub of culture in the Lone Star State. He already had a base of friends in the greater Austin area and coincidentally another top customizer, Jesse James, had relocated to that same area as well.

Joe did a little work with Jesse as he began building up his own business there. And then his former Discovery Channel producer, who was now working with Velocity, came calling. Trouble is, now he needed a new shop large enough to handle the workload — and he needed projects.

As Joe built a new shop just outside city limits, Amanda and Shag scoured the Texas Hill Country for old classics that needed new life. Those vehicles saved from the automotive graveyard are taken back to the shop where Joe and his crew Mike Z, Shorty, Pompa, Manny V, Dirty Grande, Jason, and Cato go to work on breathing new life into these old iron hulls.

To everyone who has seen his work, however, the artistry is obvious. When questioned if he had a favorite vehicle he listed nearly every car designed by the late Harley Earl, legendary GM designer, who gave the world classic Caddys — and the Corvette. Some of the classic iron to be featured includes a Chevrolet pickup, Cadillac convertible, Ford Ranch Wagon, Pontiac Firebird, and a handful of others that includes some custom bikes.

Prepare ye the way…for Iron Resurrection. Joe, enjoy your show very much. I have a Buick Special 4 door which I want to upgrade. What engine and trans would you recommend without doing rad modification. I am thinking around horses. Look forward to hearing your ideas.

Never work on car before but your show inspired me to try. Haven done some body work change suspension brake system. Car belonged to friend who passed. Wish I had Time to express what your show means to me.

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Joe, watched the GTO episode. I have a 68 Lemans convertible, I want to have the car done very similarly. Frame not bent but probably more body work.

Performance suspension with coil overs I have engine and turbo with only miles on it. I could go on, but this is just to see if possible? Your show is the best down to earth show in the auto customizing business. Good Luck, and thank you for keeping it clean! Great show , love the talent of all the guys , Amanda adds just enough feminine touch but could see less of Mr Shag.

Amanda, you are beautiful!!! Joe you are a very lucky man, nothing like having the right person in your life to help you be great…. For starters, which chassis in your opinion would be the best to get for my car? I really would appreciate if you would reply, again you guys are awesome, it would be such an honor to meet you guys in person someday.

Excellent builder and appears to be so down to earth, used to watch different motorcycle and car shows and all they talk about is how much money they have, hate that, keep up the good work Joe, damm good work!!!! I have a question for you about Frugal Hound. When you take her for hikes do you have to keep her leashed?

Will she come on recall if you are in the woods, okay? As you mentioned, greyhounds are bred to bolt after small prey and with a max speed of 40 mph, they can go really far really fast. Also, Frugal Hound is adorable and so sweet. Thank you so much for stopping by!

I love the Cambridge area, but can totally understand and appreciate wanting to get to a more rural area where you can do homesteading. Why do they sneeze in our faces!? The world may never know. A CSA is better than nothing! Thanks so much for stopping by! Unfortunately the price for land in the region we are looking is hideously expensive. Yay fellow future homesteader! Thanks so much for sharing!

Love getting to know you guys! Was it from a rescue, or did you just have the opportunity to adopt him privately? It might work for a few years, but change might occur. How far is a homestead from your current location? We plan to keep other options open should we change our minds.

We have been living frugal and minimal since and it is the best thing that we have done. Less expending, more experiences, more money for an early as possible retirement. Thank you for sharing your experiences with all of us. Please let Frugal Hound know that I am a big fun of her. I told Frugal Hound of your nice comment, and she sneezed.

Like, a sort of reference book for frugal living in the city? Man, I sure could go for that. You guys have so many great tips. Thank you so much for your kind words—I really appreciate it: On the off chance this appeals to you, and I hope it does, perhaps the next time you pass thru NH on your way to VT? I wish you very well in reaching your homesteading goal at just the right time.

Good for you for not settling — I mean for the wrong life. Looking forward to hearing all about it! Thank you so much, Prudence! As someone who reached this conclusion a bit late in life, I wish I had realized it at you age! I am keeping at it though. Great to see people with different perspectives than the oft beaten path!

Wish you all the best! Thank you so much! I think reaching the realization at any age is a good thing—congrats to you. We have the homestead but we both still work in the big cities and plan to reduce our hours within a few years. For example, it took me 1. Then lighting the fire and tending to it takes time, just to keep warm and get hot water. A lot different to switching on the central heating in normal homes.

On top of that, my step dad cut the logs which again takes a lot of time despite having a timber forwarder and a Hakki Pilke log splitter. Then, on top of that, these logs will last us 4 days. Yep, just 4 days. So many hours go into just heating the house. Sometime it just makes sense.

There just isnt enough time to do everything Miss Tulip x PS. Great to hear from someone who is already on the homestead: So glad I came across your blog. Looks like there are a lot of great articles waiting for me to read! I came across Frugalwoods while searching for ways to be more frugal have been on Mr. Money Mustache for awhile so I could pay down my medical school debt quicker.

Even after cutting expenses on dining out and entertainment, we notice that certain categories esp. As residents in Cambridge, how have you approached these? I think rent is pretty much high everywhere in Cambridge. Our mortgage is certainly expensive, though we plan to rent out our home once we move to our homestead, so the high rents will work in our favor then.

But groceries can definitely be done on the cheap! My friend, let me introduce you to Market Basket: Have you been before? The closest store is in Somerville and their prices are dirt cheap. I have a few posts that specifically address some of our city hacks: Hey I have been lurking through your blog and is very interesting!!!

I have never heard of frugality before and I came across you through reddit. How was your life in the time you got married and by your house? Glad you found us! Before we bought our house, we were renting and saving as much money as possible for our down payment.

We found that through frugality, we were able to save enough for our down payment and then some. I wish you all the very best in your journey! It seems to me your website could just have a single three word post on it: The effect of that single decision far outweighs any other piece of advice outlined on this blog.

For us, building a frugal life is all about optimizing what matters to us—which for us includes kids and our dog, neither of which are particularly frugal. Congratulations on your lifestyle. My husband and I are retiring next year at the age of We already own our retirement home, bought last year for cash money. We have also raised 4 children the last 2 graduate from college next year.

We always have lived our 25 years of marriage within our financial means. No loans, no credit well one credit card paid always on time and have managed to live comfortably. My children have learned priorities which will be passed on to my grandchildren. If you plan as you live it is possible. Beautiful greyhound by the way. Thank you for sharing your story! Congratulations on living in a totally different way; the frugal way.

Althougt I dont plan to retire from 9 to 5 jobs, my wife and I opt to live as conservative frugal as possible. This allow us to already paid our mortgage in full many years ago, no credit cards balance, good retirement funds via savings — not as high saving rates as yours — but good. Our 2 kids are starting College state, which is less expensive.

Frugal living can also work even if you decide to stay in 9 to 5 jobs. And, I completely agree with you on the benefits of frugality beyond early retirement. Frugality yields dividends no matter what your ultimate goal is. The peace and serenity extreme frugality brings to our lives is worth it alone!

Huge congrats to you and your wife for enjoying a life of financial freedom! Trying to live frugally is kind of a new thing for me, so I can use all the tips I can get. I will be back for sure. By the way, we are probably sort-of-neighbors: I live in Cambridge as well although not in the woods, so maybe not that close!

Ah, after reading a few more posts I have now grasped the situation: By the way, you may have convinced me to finally start shopping at Market Basket. And, Market Basket is a frugally awesome place! Any tips for those of us trying to save on smaller budgets? I got to you by searching for coffee cost-savings and was looking for information on Costco coffee options.

Both my husband and I work and now have a toddler — doing the working long hours and having a toddler turns out to be quite stressful and expensive. We love the urban childhood our son is getting, but want to slow down and enjoy life a little more with him. I really enjoy reading your blog. I am 53 and planning to retire in the next years.

I can only wish I had known more about how to live frugally when I was your age, I could have retired a long time ago. What I find most interesting about frugality is how many different ways there are to do it. There are surprising relationships among these. For example, people who mostly live in a van sometimes use a particular intentional community as their home base.

This allows them to have an official residence, as well as a place where they can spend a few months of the year and plant a garden, without costing much money. The basic skills of frugal living are similar across modes. The most important is a willingness to question assumptions about what society says we should buy or do. Are the Frugalwoods perhaps atheists or agnostics, or did I miss something?

You seem like the sort of people to consider all sides of such questions very carefully. You are talented and funny. My wife and I have such a similar timeline to you and your husband for meeting, graduating, and purchasing a home. Frugalwoods, Any concerns about internet security with Personal Capital?

Can you comment on this subject? This is so great. I am twenty five and I have just started my first baby steps towards frugal living. To keep up with the expense, I had to move 30km away from office and the train journey takes me an hour and a half to reach office after a long struggle. Just last month, I cut down on my visit to pubs and clubs in order to save more money in hand.

I am also opting to reduce my intake of meat cooked at restaurants and go more for food cooked at home by a maid in this new city to cut down on expenses. The last six months of my first job have left me with very little savings to speak of despite my considerably higher than average salary owing to my high education loan to pay for my MBA. My name is Darlene and I have greatly enjoyed and am inspired by your blog!

It took me 50 years to learn what you have in your wise 30 years! I went bk to school at 33 and became a special education teacher after spending 18 years with the state of nj as a secretary. Unfortunately I found teaching to be incredibly stressful and not my dream job, so I left it in I took an early retirement and have been doing all kinds of odd jobs my choice in order to get out of debt and pay off my mortgage.

Thanks so much for your example and inspiration Frugalwoods! All I can say is YES!!! I am so pumped up about finding your blog a friend of mine told me about it after a conversation where I expressed some ideas about gaining a bit more financial freedom, many of which included frugality. And I live not far from where you moved from — just a few miles west in Natick, Mass. Thanks again for the effort you put in to sharing your journey with all of us!

Where we are — We worked 4 yeras, took a year off for college travel, then 5ish more years then took 2 years off to stay at home parent both of us. Now back to full time work with aim of FIRE in years, then go travel the world and live from wherever we feel like next around this time both our kids will be in college if they choose to go. We do really well on the savings part now but the expenses are killing us — so you are an absolute inspiration.

Just convinced husband to start cutting my hair lol and do a one month hard core savings challenge. One step at time! I love your blog. My best friend suggested it and we both love that you are new parents too. Your baby is such a sweetheart. I decided I would like to read more frugal living blogs.

I found that you are listed as one of the top blogs of http: Just found you via Ask A Manager. And I just finished making a batch of orange-rhubarb marmalade. That and rhubarb bars are what you do with rhubarb. Your articles are great to read. Thank you very much for sharing your thoughts with us.

I wish all the best, and send you greetings from Switzerland. Thank you for such organized and humorfull sharing of your thought processes, actions, and experiences. Very entertaining, informative, thought provoking blog! Oh how I love your story! We are currently paying off our debt, and our goal is to save and buy a farm.

We live very frugally, so the Jonses definitely do not intimidate this house! We are also blogging about our journey! Congrats to you and enjoy! I wanted to stop by and say thank you for all of your posts. I too am a frugal weirdo. It is nice to be among those that are like minded.

You inspired me to push toward financial independence and I started to blog my journey to share with others. Looking forward to many years of your posts. Discovering your blog is already the highlight of my day. I have some reading to do this weekend! I love your approach as well as your witty posts same sense of humor!

First, your daughter is maybe the most adorable porcelain skinned lovebug alive. I particularly enjoy the placement of her large bows just so on her forehead. Second, I love your writing style. It keeps me on my toes with needing to look up a few word definitions, too. Do you have relatives in Oregon??

I look forward to applying some of your advice to my life, and seeing more photos of your precious little one. I also do try to live frugally, although I really love beautiful clothes and purses, but learned to tame myself. My husband is amazing with frugality! I always compliment him on his decision making what comes to money.

Anyhow, thank you for writing this blog. I loved the book …. Hi Mr and Mrs Frugalwoods! I love your blog…great job! I am hoping to find a few other bloggers interested in challenging themselves to be more self reliant during May and blog about their experiences.

Each blogger who participates would share a link to the other bloggers involved, which is a great way to get to know other bloggers and maybe gain some new followers. I know that setting up a challenge for a month sounds a bit daunting, but it would only involve 4 posts, one each week during May unless you want to do more. Each week we will share the things that we are doing to be a bit more self reliant.

This could include links to posts about emergency food and water preps, gardening, keeping livestock, wild crafting, home cooking, anything that you feel makes you more self reliant. I hope you will join the challenge…I think it will be fun and encouraging to get to know some other like minded bloggers.

We decided to take this risk now so that we can build a meaningful life to enjoy. I just signed up for your email alerts. I just finished reading your fabulous book in one sitting and enjoyed every bit of it. I picked it off the shelf at the local library we never actually BUY books unless its something we want for a long term reference and was pleasantly surprised at both the content and the style.

If you can control your desires you can control your destiny. We have one car and while we bought it new we will drive it for years until we buy a another or perhaps a walker. We watch free broadcast TV, seldom eat out and enjoy it when we can , use TracFone for our cell service and generally spend less and save more.

Our two sons are smart and went to prestigious colleges Drexel and West Point on full scholarships so neither they not us incurred college debt. The younger one is busy building a Tiny Hose on Wheels when he is not exploring the world with a small backpack and his bicycle. Less is more and the simple lifestyle you have chosen should serve as an example to most Americans.

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