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25 Gulick Road
Raymond, ME 04071
(207) 655-4739
wohelo@wohelo.com

Holiday Season is here

Wilma, one of our two new Nigerian Dairy Goats,  is very excited as she is calendar girl this month.  Above photo was taken when she was just a few weeks old, before we got her. She and Dottie are from Sunflower Farms nearby,  they do a wonderful job with their goats including a live feed camera that is especially exciting at kidding time!  Starting April 1st.  http://www.sunflowerfarm.info/sunflowerfarmlivefeed Here is Wilma last week. Rick is way more important than the goats

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Fall news from Wohelo

We had wonderful colors this past month. Our apple crop was very successful this year.   Quincy above picking one of the last crops.  Our oldest tree was planted by Halsey Gulick when he was a teenager, 1915.  The three shown here were planted by Davis in the early 70’s.   We just planted three new apple trees last summer as well as two peach trees. We were so lucky to have Jorie drop off and pick up her cider press so

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Fall has arrived at Wohelo

As the leaves are starting to change at Wohelo we are thinking ahead to 2021.  Sivad Point on October 1st above. Based on our success this past summer we are planning for a  7 week session and are registering at Sebago AND Little Wohelo – full session campers only.  If we are able to make this model work financially we know it is a recipe for success both from health and camp perspectives.   We will review our options this November. 

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September at Wohelo

  Things are very quiet at Wohelo and we are still basking in our success and all the wonderful notes that parents have sent thanking us for the experience this summer (see below).   Through all the challenges it was an especially magical year.  Thanks to EVERYONE that made it happen, and YOU should feel proud to read the notes below. A limited family camp finished off the summer of COVID.  First week was four family groups and week two was

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Halfway through the summer of COVID

At three weeks in we are considering ourselves one big family and masks are only needed in a few instances.   Activities are back to normal schedule and we had a busy week!  Cover photo from the Baby 5 mile paddle.  Photo below one of our first meals together,  it was wonderful to be in the dining hall and see peoples faces.  Still no singing inside,  but a group goes outside to sign grace. One of the highlights was definitely the

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