WWOOF, WWOOF, Life on the Farm

7 thoughts on “WWOOF, WWOOF, Life on the Farm”

  1. What a special experience you guys had. SO COOl! I admire your willingness to plunge yourselves into this when it would have been so easy to “take a tour” without getting your hands dirty. I really enjoy following your journey and hopefully you guys can make it back out to First Love in Kenya again at some point. I would be more than happy to arrange a Kenyan WWOOFing experience for you. hehe…

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    1. It is my hope and desire to get back to those precious kids at FL soon! We would love to meet you. Thanks for following us!

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  2. I’ve heard of WWOOFing before, but was uncertain if it was something that a family could do. I was so excited to read about your experience! This looks like such an awesome was to immerse yourself in a culture!

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