Leaving Sechelt loaded down with weight and instantly encountering a steep hill I thought to myself, of shit what did I do? After a weeklong stay with family, we hastily left for Portland. I didn’t have all the necessary gear for biking to South America, but I thought I could make it the 400+ miles … More The first 500 milestone
The Pelly River Ranch is full of history, multiple stories have already been written about it (Yukon News, FirstWeEat, Hougen). There is so much I could say about the farm, but I won’t repeat what has already been written. If you’re interested, click the links or do your own google search, or matter of fact, … More Life on Pelly Farm
After playing hopscotch with Alvin for a few days, with a heavy heart I left him in Tok, Alaska and headed to Yukon. It felt really strange… party of 4 for the last 6 months was now down to 2. Fitz and I trudged on, stopping to admire the beautiful sites, wishing our friends were … More Arriving at Pelly River Ranch
Despite being extremely happy and thankful to have made the beautiful 2,000+ mile journey up to Alaska, the first few days on Sunny Spruce Farm weren’t so sunny for me… feeling sad to see Alvin go, especially without cell reception to communicate.. and tremendous sadness about Shelton’s deteriorating condition. It was hard to see him … More Sunny Spruce Farm
Eight months ago, we set out on an adventure in “Valhalla Falcon” to follow our dreams and live a life of purpose. My expectations were no match for the realities of life on the road. Expensive and time consuming vehicle repairs, border crossings, rainy weather conditions leading to mold growth, poor communication, and disorganization continue … More How has WWOOF impacted my life?
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
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