By now you've more than likely heard of the YouTube channel called Fy Nyth, which is the name of the tiny house that a husband and wife duo live in, in the Western Mountains of Wyoming.

The couple has lived in the home and off grid for quite some time now and have been able to make great videos along the way. When you're off grid, capturing and sharing your experience is a great way to pass the time.

The wife, Ariel, has a photography site and a blog in addition to the YouTube channel where she shares her beautiful pictures, videos and experiences of off-grid living with her followers.

One opportunity they get living in the mountains is constant interaction with wildlife, one instance we shared with you was a big moose just chilling and eating. Looking at her photography site Ariel Celest Photography, is incredible and you can get lost in checking out the pictures.

Fortunately for all of us, Ariel was able to capture a migrating elk herd that was moving through a heavy spring snowstorm on their way to higher country for the upcoming warmer months. As always, she shared the experience and even explained a little of what was going on at the time.

If you love to watch wildlife in their natural habitat and see how they interact with each other, you'll definitely want to take the almost 14 minutes to watch this video. If you enjoy this video, their YouTube page is full of fun, informative and interesting videos that documents what it's like living the 'off-grid' lifestyle.

Every time I watch her videos, it makes me want to give the off-grid lifestyle a shot. If you're the same way, she's pretty straight forward with tips and tricks to make it happen.

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