WWOOFing in the Swiss Alps: Learning to Make Cheese


Check out my latest guest post with Chris over at the AmateurTraveler about how I learned to make cheese in the Swiss Alps!  Click the hyperlink or first picture to read about shoveling cow poop, sleeping in a cow pasture, almost getting lost while hiking and, OF COURSE, learning to make Swiss Cheese!

 

To read more about “moving” to Switzerland for a month, check out WHY I chose to learn to make cheese,  my daily life on the farm and more!

WWOOFing in Switzlerand

WWOOFing: Living like the locals

WWOOFing in the Swiss Alps

 

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LeAnna

Author and Creator at Economical Excursionists
Former teacher turned blogger turned mom turned full time travel addict, LeAnna has never been one to live life by the rules. Whether she is moving to a farm in Switzerland to learn to make cheese (Yes, CHEESE), jumping off a mountain to paraglide over Cinderella castles, or taking her baby all over the world with nothing but a backpack on their backs, LeAnna designs and defines her OWN life. LeAnna, her husband Andy, and kiddo, "Lil B" love to live a minimal lifestyle, not only for the "thrill" of pinching pennies but in order to save for traveling the world. Considering over 40 countries and 90+ cities have been explored, we'd say they are doing something right!

About LeAnna

Former teacher turned blogger turned mom turned full time travel addict, LeAnna has never been one to live life by the rules. Whether she is moving to a farm in Switzerland to learn to make cheese (Yes, CHEESE), jumping off a mountain to paraglide over Cinderella castles, or taking her baby all over the world with nothing but a backpack on their backs, LeAnna designs and defines her OWN life. LeAnna, her husband Andy, and kiddo, "Lil B" love to live a minimal lifestyle, not only for the "thrill" of pinching pennies but in order to save for traveling the world. Considering over 40 countries and 90+ cities have been explored, we'd say they are doing something right!

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