My WWOOF Experience Part Three: Why I Left Early

Before reading this, you might want to check out the first two parts: My WWOOF Experience Part One: California to WWOOF-USA North Carolina My WWOOF Experience Part Two: Barns, Bees, and Other Good Stuff Now, the juicy stuff. Confusion: What Exactly is My Job Again? The first major issue on the homestead was communication. There… Read More My WWOOF Experience Part Three: Why I Left Early

My WWOOF Experience Part Two: Bees, Barns, and Other Good Stuff

When I arrived at my WWOOF homestead in North Carolina, the owner and another worker were busy tending to a beehive. This made things a little awkward, because I couldn’t get close enough to talk to them, and there was no one else there. Being thankful for any act that could help the bee population… Read More My WWOOF Experience Part Two: Bees, Barns, and Other Good Stuff

My WWOOF Experience Part One: California to WWOOF-USA North Carolina

Disclaimer: Part one doesn’t actually detail my WWOOF story. It explains everything that happened leading up to it. Other disclaimer: I’m going to keep my WWOOF host and all participants anonymous. This was a really long time ago, and I might not remember everything right. Plus, people change, and I’m no longer in touch with… Read More My WWOOF Experience Part One: California to WWOOF-USA North Carolina

Hit the Road and WWOOF: Five Things to Consider Before Woofing

If you’ve been thinking about joining WWOOF USA or woofing around the world, you’re probably the type that likes to leap at new opportunities. The uncertainty is part of the adventure, but you’ll have a better and more comfortable experience if you choose a WWOOF location with goals you believe in. Halfway through writing Edge of… Read More Hit the Road and WWOOF: Five Things to Consider Before Woofing