Flora Bora is a host family for the international organization called Willing Workers On Organic Farms (WWOOF). The WWOOF organization links up volunteers with organic growers in exchange for accommodation, food and the opportunity to learn more about rural way of life.
For the past few weeks we were lucky to have two wonderful WWOOFers from France. It was great sharing and living together. We learned a lot from them, and it made us a bit nostalgic to our traveling days and we were sad to say good bye.
They arrived to snow and ice and left with the arrival of spring.
During their stay we visited Prince Albert National Park where we hiked three trails, saw an elk grazing by the Waskesiu River and that evening the Aurora Borealis made a showing… shortly after they voiced how nice it would be to see the northern lights during their stay.
On a rainy day we painted trail signs
For Marie and Francois’s last night we melded our two cultures with crepes and hot tubbing!!
Tous les meilleurs sur votre nouvelle aventure François et Marie … nous espérons que nos chemins se croisent à nouveau un jour!
Tags: Biking at Emma Lake, Boundary Bog, Canadian Lumberjack, Crepes, Elk, Hiking Emma Lake, Hot tubbing, Saskatchewan Sunsets, Spring at Emma Lake, Trail of Prince Albert National Park, Waskesiu River trail, Willow trellis, WWOOFing