We are a family of avid outdoor people that race sled dogs in the winter. We live far out in the country, away from the city and into the forest. we run our sled dogs right from our home and into the forest trails that border our land
Help around the house
We are looking for someone who is interested in coming and spending a winter in Canada training, caring for and racing sled dogs. We also have cattle so help with them would be a part of the winter as well.
We start our training in November, racing starts in January and goes until mid to end of March. We also have horses so if you are interested you may learn to ride horses as well.
You will live with us in our house with your own room out in the country, bordering the Nesbit forest in Northern Saskatchewan 25 minutes from the city of Prince Albert
There are three historical museums in Prince Albert. The combined The Evolution of Education Museum and Rotary Museum of Police and Corrections are located at the tourist information centre just off of Highway #2 South. The second museum, the Historical Society Museum, is located in an old Fire Hall at the north end of Central Avenue on River Street. The John G. Diefenbaker House is a historic site open to the public and is found on 249 19th Street West. The Prince Albert Heritage Museum (c. 1911) is a Municipal Heritage Property on the Canadian Register of Historic Places.
Among the other heritage, historic and protected sites of Prince Albert are the Blockhouse from the 1885 Rebellion & First Presbyterian Church/School, Historic St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Honeywood (Dr. A.J. Porter) Heritage Nursery, Keyhole Castle, LaColle Falls Hydroelectric Dam, Oldest Downtown Store, Prince Albert Arts Centre and The Cathedral Church of St. Alban the Martyr (Anglican). Sacred Heart Cathedral (Roman Catholic) near the downtown area was built in 1914 in the Romanesque style. It contains paintings by Berthold Imhoff.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week