A few years ago needing a break from hurrying along New York’s busy city sidewalks, I decided to try a few different things. I worked on organic farms in Pennsylvania, California, and Hawaii through WWOOF (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms) and then visited Tanzania.

I didn’t write here for a few years, but recently decided that even though I’m not farming I could still write when inspiration strikes. I currently work as a college librarian but daydream about the day I can grow more than grape tomatoes and herbs on my back deck.  Thanks for stopping by.




  1. Hey, I really enjoyed your blog, too bad you haven’t made any new posts lately. I’ve been really thinking about some WOOF opportunities and your posts were great. Hope you’re able to write about Tanzania.

  2. Hi, Susan- I am keeping our website accurate and up to date. We had a link to this blog, and am just checking in to say that we may keep the link- if that’s okay with you! Thanks,

    1. Hi Leo- that’s great!

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