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Wendy: Founder & Farmer: The Rogue Traders & Grey Back Farm
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Wendy, Fred & Lita

Hey, I’m Wendy, Fred & Lita!

San Francisco, California, United States · Member since April 2012
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Having our house on Airbnb is helping us with our daughters college fund & is funding my (Wendy's) new business The Rogue Traders, a farm-to-city sustainable food business between Southern Oregon & San Francisco. The business supports my family's small farm in Southern Oregon and local farms between the two.

Fred & I own the house together, but split our time there with our daughter, so one of us will be there to meet you when you check in.

I have lived in San Francisco for over 25 years, but get out of the city as much as possible.

Besides being a farmer, I will always be an artist, writer, entrepreneur, designer and traveller. One of my passions is to see the world and study different cultures, which I have done extensively (I want to be an anthropologist when I grow up ;.).

There still are a few places yet to discover and I am returning to my favorites to see them through the eyes of my daughter.

Fred and I believe the world is her education, with 3 languages and several countries already under her belt she is a gypsy at heart.

Fred has also lived in San Francisco for over 25 years, he is French, fluent in French, English & Spanish, a photographer, world traveler and owns two small business; Dalva (a bar in the mission district) and Grenouille-French Antiques in SF.

We are also doing Airbnb because we like the idea of meeting like minded travelers, people who seek adventure, people who believe we can learn from everyone we meet and enjoy absorbing other cultures as much as we do…

...I often ask myself is it possible to be part of a community while being a gypsy and a nomad? So far it's working out to be yes...