We have extended our stay at the farm because ... why go back? It's awesome here and the lockdowns in Los Angeles are insane.
We are super excited about the response we have had from our visitors over the last few months and have updated our website to reflect the feedback we have been given: our farm is a heaven for people who can work remotely, especially if they have young children. With no cooking or cleaning responsibilities, our visitors have found what we have found about this place: you can be a lot more productive here than at home. Not only do we get more work done here, we also have plenty of time to exercise, socialize, and play with our kids. I can rarely fit all that into a single day in Los Angeles.
A recent visitor was a software engineer for Google. He said that in regular life his goal was to write ten lines of code each day. Here at the farm he averaged 120 lines of code a day. He was so surprised by his productivity that he extended his stay as well.
The only downside to the farm right now is that Anders is lonely. Even though he is fantastic with younger children, he would love some closer to his age with whom he could play. For this reason, if you have a child in the 7-11 age range who you think would enjoy playing with Anders we are prepared to offer a large discount to your farm stay! We have four guest rooms -- I would love to get a group of families with kids age 7-11 for February and then do families with young children again in May. (March and April are the hottest months of the year here, so I am not sure we will be there then yet.)
I know travel to Nicaragua is a hassle, but I can tell you how to do it so that it is as painless as possible. Due to my recent experience meeting likeminded people, I am super inspired to meet more!