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Hey, why don’t you two come up to BC for a while? We’ll put you to work, and maybe have some projects that are of interest to you!
Sounds like we share a similiar worldview. Hope your WOOFING adventures have been fruitful. If you are back in the southwest, come visit us so we can share with you some of the things we are working on and towards on our small farm. We are in a beautiful area with a like-minded community. scott
Thanks for the comment Scott. We are interested in what you are trying to accomplish there in Utah! Great website btw and after the new year we don’t have have anything booked at this moment. When do require WWOOFers the most? Or do you take them year round? It looks as if you have many projects to work on. Although, as we are learning the projects on a homestead seem to be never ending! Let’s keep in touch. Mike and Karen
We just obtained a working farm with sheep and free range chickens in Belize. To get to our farm you have to cross the river in our boat. You are very welcome to visit in the Spring. My husband will be there in January, and I will join him in April. Please come and visit us. He is Belizean and take you to places that tourists do not know about. That is the best way to do it. That is how I did it. I stayed with families in their homes, instead of hotels. So rich and wonderful were the experiences.
Where is your farm located?
Me and my family live on a farm in Punta Gorda Belize. I have been in Belize accross 37 years. We do not yet offer accomodations but have plenty space for camping. We would welcome woofer help being aware of the org. We have never before thought of inviting until now. Sounds like we might have a lot to share.
Do have an idea about when and how long you made need woofers?