Tim and Jenna live and work locally as ski patroller, trail builder, gardener and graphic designer. We could use some help at our 6 acre mountain hideaway collecting firewood, gardening, constructing out buildings and trail building. Enjoy the serenity of the outdoor salt water hot tub and a nice hike or bike ride before or after helping out around the property. All this just five minutes drive to town.
We have two small doggers Pedals and Frosty. They like to play and cuddle
Help in the house
Tim is Australian now Canadian citizen Jenna is from Ontario originally. Both recently relocated to Rossland from Whistler and loving the Kootenay lifestyle. You could learn about trail building, gardening healthy living. biking skills and local trails
Learn how to use a portable bandsaw mill and constructing out buildings
Learn about the mining and skiing history of the Rosalind area
After helping out. Relax around the property playing horseshoes or bocce, enjoy a campfire and hot tub.
Helping with moving and milling lumber on my portable mill
Help chopping and stacking firewood,
Help building a three bay carport wood storage area,
Help in the greenhouse and garden from watering to planting and harvesting and weeding or composting
Help with art projects like wood furniture or painting
Some general house maintenance and possibly painting some rooms
Private room with queen bed, possibly shared bathroom with one other bedroom, access to the kitchen and tv and lounge area and outdoor salt hot tub. Meals and food provided
There are amazing biking and hiking trails nearby and rivers and lakes not too far away. Head to the Slocan valley or Neslon. We also don’t mind you working your hours on one day to take a full day off on another.
From Rossland catch the BC transit bus anywhere in our region for $2.50 and go as far as Nelson and Salmo for a great cheap day trip.
The Rossland museum is just 5 minutes away and gives a great insight into the rich mining history of our area
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week