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All Year: Summer & Autumn 2013
Area (ha): 6
Persons: 4
Category: Homestay
Host ID: 21993
Country: France

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Last Updated: May 30, 2013

We are looking for mature-minded couples or friends, to help us build 2 wooden shelters for our horse and donkey, putting up additional fencing, clearing areas of the land, preparing hardcore bases for animal feeding and building a small hay barn, using our own trees. There are also a few diy jobs to help with at the house which we hope to finally complete; building a small wall and distributing gravel/stones.

We also aim to set up a system to save rainwater, using the roofs of the shelters.

We would like people who can work on their own initiative and have experience with tools and ideally working with wood and who like animals - we have 2 dogs, a horse and a donkey.

We are in a beautiful town on the banks of a river , in the foothills of the Pyrenees. The climate is mediterranean and it is in the sunniest region in France, with 300 days of sunshine per year! There are restaurants, cafes and bars in the town, you can also white water raft, kayak, hike, motorbike, horse ride etc.... within a few minutes of the house.

We offer all meals and some drinks in the evenings, camping (warmer months), or a double bedroom in our house.

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