We are a family of 6 (4 sons) living on a small property in the beautiful fruit, vegetable and wine growing region of the Adelaide Hills.
We have a small property on which we grow summer vegetables as well as some fruit trees and a small vineyard. We grow a range of almost organic vegetables and occasionally host a long table lunch or dinner. We also have a small vineyard and a few fruit trees. And of course some chooks and two beautiful Border Collie dogs. We love food, we enjoy working the property in a relaxed, casual and social environment. Every spring, summer and autumn we have volunteers help us to plant and maintain the property.
We also host community dinners in a "long table" style throughout the summer in the garden which are hard work, but great fun.
We are a non smoking property.
The farm is comprised of 20 acres with a large organic vegetable garden. About 10 acres are reserved for hay making to feed the dairy goats, llamas, horses and rabbits. The farms has ducks and chickens also.
The farm is involved with agritourism and offer classes on the farm. One house on the farm is used as a Bed & Breakfast and for classes. Ongoing work to save the endangered butternut tree from extinction is a major project. The farm has about 50 butternut trees on it.
The farm setting is a rural location, about 15 miles from the nearest town. There is no mass transit system. Cell Phone access can be limited during a storm but most do not have any problems.
We are a couple of good friends that wanted to live near the ocean and surf everyday , we opened up a hostel and a restaurant a surf school and more recently a bar all in the same property. Our idea is to do what we love to do and at the same time help or teach others to do the same, most people that come here come to surf, enjoy the beach, go on tours and party.
I am a retired journalist/English teacher who has lived abroad a great deal. I live in a small hamlet in Normandy with my 3 Shetland ponies, 8 cats and a dog. I have a house, a rental cottage and about a hectare of land including garden and fields. I love talking to people and have a circle of both French and English friends in a delightful area known for hiking trails, water sports on the river and good food.
We are a family of four; Billy (papa) Lainey (mama) Bridger (6 yrs) and Heidi (4 yrs). We own a beautiful campground/RV Park/Cabins on the Dolores River in Dolores Colorado. We have owned it for just one year and have been working hard to fix this place up, as it had been neglected for the past several years. We live on-site and consider most of our guests as extended family. We have RV sites, tent sites and cabins. Although we work hard, we try to have lots of fun! We host a weekly ice cream social, cookouts, campfires, etc.