Markus Mroz, 29
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Present Country: Canada
Join Date: October 17, 2017
Last Updated: June 23, 2018
Last Signed In: May 18, 2018
At the moment I am near Squamish, BC. From May 23rd until mid/end of June I will be in Hope, BC...
I am looking for a spontaneous female companion who loves nature, enjoys hiking, kayaking or any other outdoor activity.
It always makes more fun if you’re not alone ;)
I’m postive, easy going, open minded and fit in everywhere...
If you are around and like to do something together, then leave a message please?!
I'm provisionally booked until end July. From now on I'm just looking for new
hosts somewhere around the Rocky Mountains for 3-4 weeks.
(No more Vancouver Island, I've already been there.)
My philosophy for this spring and summer is: WORK HARD & PLAY HARDER! So I am not necessarily looking for carpentry work anymore... any work, like gardening or with animals is fine for me too. As long as you have amazing activities around you, like: kayaking, hiking, hunting, fishing, swimming, wild water rafting or visiting national parks...
I am a 29 year old independent, hardworking, highly motivated, and reliable DIY carpenter from Frankfurt, Germany. I am in Canada on a working holiday visa for one year (Oct 2017 - Sept 2018).
- Obviously I prefer carpentry/building projects, because I love to design and build with wood, but now I am usually fine with everything else... I always like to learn new skills and make new experiences.
- It’s always convenient if I can find someone where I can also earn a bit of money for my work (I usually enjoy working full days).
- I also like to bake and cook. So if you need some help in the kitchen, I will try my best. Always love to learn new recipes.
- What else about me?: I don't smoke cigarettes... I don't have a vehicle... I'm a tidy person... but a weird non vegetarian... I'm open minded... don't need much entertainment, I can entertain myself... I’m very flexible with working tasks...
2016/2017 I spent a full working holiday year in New Zealand. I did a lot of wwoofing and also carpentry work there aswell.
On paper I am not a real carpenter, but I’ve studied civil engineering, before I fell in love with carpentry. I also worked as a civil engineer in the construction industry for 2 years and before that 3 years in food retail. I also served in the German Military (Bundeswehr) as a paratrooper for 13 months. Now I want to become a professional carpenter.