Doss Family Farm

It has been so long since our last post. We have spent the last five weeks in Gales Creek, Oregon, on the Doss Family Farm. There, we’ve been learning about mangalitsa pigs, ducks, chickens, and farm life. We arrived in Gales Creek the night before Halloween and promptly made our way to the local tavern … More Doss Family Farm

PNW 1.5

Guest Blogger: Alvin Goeser Halfmoon Haven on the Sunshine Coast, BC brought well needed peace. Although many days were a constant mix of rain and sun – more rain, the place felt like a retreat. Being that it was our first WWOOFing stint we did more “retreating” than actual farm type work. Actually none! We … More PNW 1.5

Halfmoon Haven

I feel an undeniable sense of peace at Halfmoon Haven. The energy is accepting and nurturing. It is beautiful and quiet. Even the dogs seem more calm. After all of the stress and uncertainty of the journey, Halfmoon Haven has been the sanctuary we have needed. Chris and Jenn are healers and beautiful people. They … More Halfmoon Haven

The end of the tour.

After descending down the mountains, the foothills of Maine provided us with plenty of rolling hills. It was beginning to sink in that we might not be able to participate in organized ride from Bar Harbor to Boston. I truly believe that my beneficiaries do incredible work to help keep our world healthy and sustainable. I am … More The end of the tour.

The White Mountains

Our layover day in Royalton was filled with good food and relaxation. In the morning I made fried bananas as an appetizer followed by eggs with garlic, onions, carrots, and kale. Delicious! Later I made granola bites from the Bike Camp Cook book I brought along. After walking around town and chatting with the bike … More The White Mountains

Serendipity

It has been over a week since I’ve blogged (few Wi-Fi options) and I’ve got a lot to catch up on! From Lake Erie State Park I traveled another short 30ish mile day to Evangola State Park. The beach is the most beautiful of all the beaches in New York along Lake Erie I’ve seen … More Serendipity

Lake Erie

From Fremont, I pedalled to Huron and took advantage of Warm Showers and stayed with my first host! They weren’t home but were kind enough to let me stay anyway! They became familiar with “Trail Angels” on the Appalachian Trail when their son through-hiked it and had numerous encounters with these life savers. They decided … More Lake Erie