We are a retired couple living in Nova Scotia, Canada, on a scenic 30 acre peace of land, which we are in the process of developing, we built two dome houses, the small one needs to be finished and the landscaping is our spring / summer project. Our property is bordered by a river and on the lake, our swimming pool in the summer, which are sunny and warm, we,re into boating, fishing and other water activities, the fall time here is very colorful and mild, we enjoy healthy food, bake bread and meals in our outdoor wood fired oven, and live the good live with lots of fun to go with it, often in the evening we enjoy a campfire under the stars with story telling and music, lots of laughs in pleasant company,
we enjoy our work and the many diverse projects.
Help with Eco Projects
DIY and building projects
Creating/ Cooking family meals
Help around the house
if you,re not afraid to learn new skills, different ways of looking at things, you can expect to learn how to build a wood fired sauna, use a chain saw, learn how to build a dome house, how to turn a school bus into a travelling home.
This project could involve children. For more information see our guidelines and tips here.
we need help to bild a deck, two entrance stairs, finish the bathroom in the small dome, prepare firewood for the next winter, gardening. If you like to cook, we will enjoy it too.
you can live in our small dome by the lake or in 2 converted school buses by the river, all very cosy with very comfortable beds
nova scotia is the land of many lakes and rivers, ideal for the outdoors person (golf🏌, tennis, bike🚲, hiking), nearby are a few interesting small towns with lots of history, i.e. Lunenburg, Mahone Bay, many fishing villages, Bay of Fundy with the worlds highest tide, too numerous to tell all here.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
This host has indicated that they love having digital nomads stay.
This host can provide space for campervans.
This host has said they are willing to accept those travelling with a pet.
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week