Radical Simplicity - Dan Price A guy sells everything, rents some land and builds a hobbit-hole. Bilbo on Walden Pond. I’m not mocking this book, it’s actually pretty cool. The author talks, in generalities, about how he built his numerous shelters before burrowing underground and he provides rough sketches. This is no short term experiment, it’s a lifestyle. He continue to manage living as close to nature as probably anyone can in modern America. I mean, outside of Appalachia.

If you were impressed with Thoreau spending two years in Emerson’s backyard, you’ll love this.