A really nice blog entry from a young woman new to WWOOFing

May 28, 2013

I have a ‘google alert’ for when WWOOF gets a mention on the internet which comes up with all sorts of marvelous things, this time it came up with this blog from a young American woman living in Paris and going out WWOOFing for the first time and I think it is a really heartening and realistic report.  Here is a link to two of her posts –

About her first trip – https://sweetmaddy.wordpress.com/2013/05/22/wwoofing-in-france-le-jardinage/

An Introduction – https://sweetmaddy.wordpress.com/2013/05/20/wwoofing-in-france-introduction/

Hope you like them and they are useful for those just venturing out and those experineced as a reminder, WWOOFers and hosts alike.

James Dennis – WWOOF UK Promotion and Projects

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