We have been married for 35 years; we have two grown children and one grandson. You may meet on the property as he comes over a lot to spend time on the Farmstead. His favorite place to be.
We are retired Dairy Farmers. We left the Dairy industry about 15 years ago after 12 years on the dairy, which was where Glen was raised as a child. We took over his parents’ dairy.
We had the opportunity to sell the dairy, and we did. We moved to our current property, which is 117 acres. We have raspberries and field crops that surround the Farmstead.
In 2016, we opened our first Farmhouse Apartment listing. Since then, we have added a Tiny Farmhouse and a small intimate campground, making the most of our fantastic, secluded, and peaceful location in Whatcom County.
We have loved sharing our home and the Farmstead with many guests turned friends from all around the world! It is truly our priority to provide a comfortable, beautiful, and peaceful space for you. But most importantly, we hope you will find rest-relaxation close to nature with a glimpse into a slow living pace, and we hope to share that experience with you through a stay.
We are a working farm, which offers a unique experience for our guests. We encourage our guests to walk around and take full advantage of the peaceful surroundings.
As a guest on the farm, you’re invited to share in the gifts of farm life. Guests can enjoy fresh produce from our garden and fresh eggs from our chickens. Kids and adults are welcome to help feed the animals, collect eggs from our chickens, visit the animals, feed them a treat, and harvest fresh vegetables (depending on season and availability).
While Glen works on the farm, Lisa manages the property, including the grounds and garden. In the summer there are plenty of vegetables and flowers for everyone to enjoy.