I'm origin from switzerland moved to Canada 17 years ago. 6 years ago I finally bought my dream acreage.
Even when i lived in Switzerland i always loved the livestyle of the farmer . I loved the idea of fresh food and being self sufficient. it is a hard livestyle but also very fullfilling.
Anywho , my last baby gratuated in the summer and went of to live her own life and follow her own adventures. Now here i am on a acreage that seems way to big for myself . there is always work and sometimes it gets overwhelming . The thought crossed my mind to just down size, sell and move to town . But somehow it seems im not ready yet.
So this is where you all come in . I need help . I need help as in there is work to do and i need help as in fresh ideas . What can one do with a acreage to have some extra income? bed and breakfast ? arbnb ? what else ? any business ideas ?
the goal is to start something with a very small budget.
so where are you? the handymen and women? the enthusiasts ? the doers ? the free spirits? the advocats? the inventors?
the visionairs .........
hoping to hear from you
Cooking / shopping
Help with Eco project
Help in the house
I'm located in the middle of the countryside. Lots of nature. People are amazing here and the lake close .
I wanna build a place where all the free spirits are welcome to exchange and share their adventures and wisdom :)
There is lots to do like gardening, dog grooming ( lol), cutting wood, cut grass. Let your ideas free and let's build something .do crafts, make this place more pretty and magical.
I'm all about recycling and reusing what I already have :)
I like your free spirits here, with your ideas and input.
Let's plant and replant. Rebuild and build new. Make ponds . Bird houses . A home for chickens .
Maybe a house for goats . Any more ideas.... Bring it on :))
i have 2 bedrooms. one bedroom with 2 single beds and one bedroom with a double bed. also have a cot that could be pulled up and lots of land for camping :))
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week