We are a retired couple from Saskatchwan, Canada who want to do more travelling across North America. We like hiking, historic locations, and nature. We spend like to spend some time in Mexico during the winter. Available May - September but please email, we do camp in the province during the summer.
No pets please; there are Animals in the yard who are sensitive to new animals
Pets in the yard but not ours, we don't travel with pets
2009 Class A Coachman Mirada with slides. Towing a 2010 Ford Focus
Had the pleasure of hosting these great folks. They are easy to speak with and get to know. Shared some laughs even while we had a little unexpected visitor.
Very nice people , we like a lot to receive those people in our home, very simple and easy to talk, always smile and a very good and interest subject to talk and talk about the Province of Saskatchewan, and from their visit we wont to travel to Saskatchewan one day.
very quiet people during the time they pass in our home. and they are invited to come back.
This farm among the canola fields was an excellent place to stay. Our hosts were very friendly and helpful. Love the history of the area they shared. We Cudnt spend much time with them due to covid but they had a great vibe!
We stayed two nights and our experiences with this hosts were a tremendous success.
We really enjoyed every minute with this family and learned a lot about Canada / Saskatchewan.
A thousand thanks
Mia & Clemens
An adventure to get to the host but should not stop others. We had some mechanical problems and our host very helpful. A conversation, with the area knowledge of these long term residents, was very interesting as were the stories of
their varied life choices.
We stayed two nights and discovered a region we would have neveu thought of.
Hosts are very helpful and welcoming. Would recommend any time...
One last remark : if like me you are new to rv'ing and hauling à dinghy, do not forget to unhook the car before gravel road. I unfortunatly broke my windshield, luckily insurance will cover once home... ;-))