We have always welcomed, hosted and helped people in need. Whether it would be for travelling, touring or seeking shelter for homeless people, we try to be there when possible.
This time, we though we might continue and ask for a little help.
Since July 2018, we have been living on the road and travelling in our 8m² horse drawn caravan. We also have a second wagon for hosting holdiayers or helpers.
Zorba, the great percheron horse is our first family member. Abeille (Bee) was our second pulling horse. In 2019, Victor, another percheron horse has replaced abeille.
We have two young dogs Nasba ans Oscar and a cat (Ray).
We are looking for people to help signal the convoy at crossing, open the gates, help unloading the horses, care for the horses, feed them, groom them at the l=ow season only.
If you wish to, we are setting up a child story telling, we welcome schools and elderly people along the way, we organize sharing circle (group talks around various subjects such as permaculture, alternative ways of producing energy, eating, educating our children, making home made product, cooking etc). You are welcome to help with the visit, even give explanations if you feel so inclined.
We can arrange to host for a first week and then see whether we have more work for the second. You should apply for a one week period.
We have life projects of getting as close as possible to mother nature, on an ecological aspect as well as looking after ourselves and others.
We are children of the earth, we are from the Rainbow family!
Amongst other things, we would like to build a strawbales house, a used to have a mobile ludhotèque (gamebrary), a permaculture garden etc.
We try to only eat organic products (vegetables, dairy) from local producers.
We are vegetarians.
So far, we have been making our own washing products and pretty much cooking everything from scratch.
Florian was a gamebrarian (ludothécaire) and was working on an itinerant (I like wandering ludothèque lol) ludothèque.
I, Mickaël, used to manage the technical services for a small town. I like photography, cooking, gardening.
Pratique d’une langue
Aide avec des éco-projets
Compagnie pour pers. âgée
S’occuper des animaux
Aide dans une ferme
Cuisine/repas pour la famille
Aide à la maison
We are testing just about anything from yoga to horseback riding and horse-pulling. You might learn from us just as much as we might learn from you.
Ce projet peut impliquer des enfants. Pour en savoir plus, consultez nos directives et conseils ici.
We are living in a horse drawn caravan (pulled by a horse). We Can not accomodate in the wagon. A tent or amock IS necessary.
We will be looking for a very specific type of people with good knowledge with horse caring.
There are no typical day here but the usual tasks can evolve around :
- feeding and caring for our horses
- fetching water
- fetching wood
- ditching the dry toilets
- camp tidying up
- working the horses
but also some other tasks such as :
- help with road crossings
- open barriers
- quick daily clean up in the caravan
- preparing the dinner fire
- helping preparing food
- maintaining the horse paddock electrical fence
Artistically wise :
- helping with the circus show our children story telling
- drawing, painting etc
- sawing decorations or clothes
- playing music
Some more esoteric activities :
- mantra singing
We do not ask to much to our helpers, after all, we are also hosting to share.
We live in the countryside, on the road.
We might be as far as 10km cycling from a small town.
The bikes might be rented by our guests.
Cet hôte propose un échange linguistique
Cet hôte a indiqué qu’il souhaitait faire partager sa propre langue ou en apprendre une nouvelle.
Contactez-le pour en savoir plus.
Tent (yours) or hammoc
We live on the road, the planet is our garden.
Contact us to know where we are
Accès Internet limité
Nous avons des animaux
Nous sommes fumeurs
We are digital nomads ourselves!
We live on the road and road belongs to everyone.
We live with our horses, dogs and a cat.
5 (max 25/week)