(Western Journalism) In May, Michigan couple Christopher and Antonia Hernandez thought it would be a great experience to take their kids camping. They had recently purchased 10 acres of land and wanted to see what living on their newly acquired land would be like. The couple packed up their supplies, tents, and six kids, and headed to the great outdoors to live off the grid for the summer.
The property was close to a state park, so the couple purchased a pass to use its facilities for their hygiene needs. The family brought a stove to cook on, a generator, solar lights, five 6-gallon tanks of water, food, and animals to help offset the need to purchase food.
Everything seemed to be going well, at least until day nine.
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