I think it is a great you can and do realize your dreams :).
I am dreaming about similar life you live (any office, lot of animals, wild nature etc…:D )
I and my sister are thinking about moving abroad in a few years. And we are thinking about New Zealand (maybe England, Scotland...). I also like Scandinavia very much but want to live in a country where I apply english.
Good luck with choosing your future home :).
We also thought about New- Zealand, you can start a mixed farm there with cows, ostrich and horses. New-Zealand is a beautiful country..
Spain is great, I go to Gran Canari every now and then. Looking forward to taking Gizmo one day, I bet he would love the warmth down there.
Highly suggest that area. The people are VERY kind, and the food is amazing. Lots of fun there. However, they don't know much English.
But I would also do some reading on healthcare etc to wherever you are thinking of moving. France is supposed to be great (but no as warm), as is my country Norway….but it's pretty cold here most of the time, although summers are nice.
Spain is a bit to close for us, and as you say: They don't speak English..
When we are going to move in a short time (I don't know at this moment) we can't speak the language at all haha
For health care, we sure look very closely. It's different in each country so you have to know all before you move..
Oh, can I go with you, please:D:D:D:D
hahaha Sure you can.. we don't mind sharing a buisness with other people
Hi Kim and Kas..What a wonderful dream…go grab it and reign it in...
Texas would be great, lots of land, very big state, extremely friendly people (remember I came as a foreigner, from Sweden and texans have by far met my friendly european needs:)), economy has been better here in the south, more so then in the north...
the weather is warm, especially along the coast, vs towards Dallas or way inland..BUT along the coast you have the issues of potential hurricanes, inland you have tornadoes..they are very rare, but something you might want to keep in mind.
I looked up some sites on Ostrich farming in Tx, check them out..
We would love to have you here..
Thank you so much, Kas is sitting next to me (sailing) and he is so happy about the information he can't hardly wait to read this tread himselfe
Texas sounds great, we will go find some more information about Texas.
Am I correct, that you also moved there from an other country?
I love to hear about that!
Among your list, I vote for Canada!! That way I could meet you in person Although, Canada is NOT known for a warm climate BC is about as warm as you get through winter (I think…some friendly Canadian can correct me, I am sure).
Canada is great, it's high on the list but we don't know if we can choose it because of the climate.. (I have a illness with my blood vessels,is that correct english? and the best thing to do for it is to move to a warm climate… )
Kim, I went looking online at all kinds of ostrich info. Says there are 2,000 caloreis in a egg and the eggs are 6 to 7 inches long, 15 -16 round poor mom. Eggs are giant!!!!
Get more money raising ostrich's than horses. Geat News. Reading California, Arizona great places in U.S. but bird is native to Africa also says Australia of course.
Go to http://www.buzzle.com when comes up go to top right in search and type in ostrich and click on first one that comes up has Ostrich Facts. I also went into you tube and watched some funny videos I can just see your puppies under there feet looking up like what and were did you come from. This sounds like so much fun I wish you both the best on this journey.
Thanks so much for the website
Yes, the Ostrich has giant eggs! But they are huge themselfse!