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Category Archives: Help Exchanges
Posted from Isla Aguada, Campeche, Mexico.On Friday, May 11 we arrived at a ranch in the northern Yucatan Peninsula for another Help Exchange stay. It’s been almost five months since our last HelpX stint (click on the Help Exchange category … Continue reading
Posted from Aticama, Nayarit, Mexico.¡Feliz Año Nuevo! Happy New Year!
To see our photos of the farm and our time in this area of Mexico, please see our accompanying photo post.
On Friday, December 16 we arrived at our first Help Exchange … Continue reading
Posted from Lakeview, Oregon, United States.(Or: Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch)
Hey – dig that crazy map up here! It’s a new thing. Hopefully it isn’t too annoying and gives you a sense of the scope of the trip as we … Continue reading
Posted from Canmore, Alberta, Canada.
(or: Rocky Mountain High, Canada-style)
Photos can be found at the accompanying photo post.
The morning of Sunday, September 4 we bid farewell to our new friends on the organic farm in Saskatchewan and headed west to Alberta. … Continue reading
Posted from Alameda, Saskatchewan, Canada.(or: Green Acres, Canada-style)
To see photos of us in action at the farm, go to the accompanying photos post.
Leaving Toronto and heading to a small town in Saskatchewan, we camped for several nights. Our final night of … Continue reading
This was our second Help Exchange opportunity so far on our trip. Our previous experience happened almost two months ago, when we first left Minnesota, on a vineyard outside of La Crosse, Wisconsin. (You can read about that one here.) … Continue reading
Posted from Genoa, Wisconsin, United States.On the morning of June 9 we arrived at our first Help Exchange, a vineyard in Genoa (pronounced “jen-OH-ah”), Wisconsin, population less than 300. The owners created their vineyard in 2004 as a hobby, but it takes … Continue reading