Our Location

Since we are on the Internet it really does not matter where I really am. Physically we left Vancouver Island for the West Kootenay in British Columbia, Canada. What matters is how we can change our environment to include everyone that is homeless. Education and awareness will pave the way through this web of darkness. Before you leave, if you have not been there yet? Come join our New forum lOnline since March 2019

Contact

© housinghomeless.ca .org .net
Any Town Anywhere
Easy to contact us. Email us at info@housinghomeless.ca

Follow the Sun

Keep your spirits up! The sun keeps us warm, puts a smile on our face and reminds us how fortunate we are to be alive. Poverty should not be the issue. This is a basic human need.

Other stories…

Living out of our Pontiac Montana van for two years allowed us to realize many of life’s luxuries and habits. A warm fire, a dry shelter, and some kind of sustenance to keep us going another day was often the only life we had. Regardless we found the hot springs around our region, camped out in all the spots that were remote as possible and lived mostly off the land and the meeting of others and sharing. Here is a link to some of the areas and places we have visited along the way. Being prepared is the most important part of any journey. The basics are all you need. If you’re fortunate to have transportation then this is one way to survive the journey. Good luck with your journey. Link
.ca .org .net

Our Location

Since we are on the Internet it really does not matter where I really am. Physically we left Vancouver Island for the West Kootenay in British Columbia, Canada. What matters is how we can change our environment to include everyone that is homeless. Education and awareness will pave the way through this web of darkness. Before you leave, if you have not been there yet? Come join our New forum lOnline since March 2019

Contact

© housinghomeless.ca .org .net
Any Town Anywhere
Easy to contact us. Email us at info@housinghomeless.ca

Follow the Sun

Keep your spirits up! The sun keeps us warm, puts a smile on our face and reminds us how fortunate we are to be alive. Poverty should not be the issue. This is a basic human need.

Other stories…

Living out of our Pontiac Montana van for two years allowed us to realize many of life’s luxuries and habits. A warm fire, a dry shelter, and some kind of sustenance to keep us going another day was often the only life we had. Regardless we found the hot springs around our region, camped out in all the spots that were remote as possible and lived mostly off the land and the meeting of others and sharing. Here is a link to some of the areas and places we have visited along the way. Being prepared is the most important part of any journey. The basics are all you need. If you’re fortunate to have transportation then this is one way to survive the journey. Good luck with your journey. Link
.ca .org .net