WWOOF host Vida Chapman and WWOOFer Luise Seehofer would like to say a big thank you to WWOOF.
Vida says: I have thoroughly enjoyed my five years as a WWOOF host. WWOOFers have brought a great deal of interest, fun and joy to my life – and enjoyment to my friends and neighbours who they have met. All the help with a variety of tasks has been wonderful and much appreciated. I was delighted to welcome Luise, my 100th WWOOFer. Thank you, Vida.
Luise says: I have been WWOOFing since the end of February; first in the south of France and then from Lands End in Cornwall to Perthshire. I have had great experiences at host farms from teaching chickens how to sleep on their perches, to milking Jersey cows, from scything hay to driving a digger and to being the 100th WWOOFer at the Old Smiddy where I am experiencing living sustainably and leading the ‘good life’. I’m going on to a farm in Ullapool, a garden on Colonsay and a tea plantation on Mull before returning to Germany to University in September.
WWOOFing is (outside University) a win-win situation for everybody and last but not least – it is so much fun. It is great to be part of this network. Thank you, Luise.