Hi and Welcome to the Harmony Belle!
I am Paula, I own a marketing agency and work with varied clients in tourism, sports, arts, entertainment, medical and manufacturing. We provide brochures, advertising design and campaigns, branding and re-branding, promotions, and event planning for expos and galas. I'm also the associate publisher of an outdoor sports and fitness magazine and represent publications and playbills in the fine arts. I work primarily from home where we have a beautiful place overlooking the North entrance to Zion National Park called Kolob.
My husband Rob is from Australia and we love to travel. In the past several years we've visited Turkey, France, England, Argentina, Thailand, and taken numerous trips to Australia. In North America we've traveled to Montreal many times, Quebec City, San Francisco, New Orleans, Orlando, Washington DC, Salt Lake, Las Vegas, Phoenix and Denver. We met years ago when I was an exchange student to Australia, and magically rediscovered our long lost love for each other, married now and very happy.
Rob's background is in agriculture, and he lived and worked in the middle east for about a year in the 80's, representing a farm equipment manufacturer. He has traveled extensively throughout Europe and the U.S. in his youth, and most recently representing the World Federation of Hemophilia. He is an avid gardener and is a fantastic handyman and do-it-yourselfer, and keeps the house and gardens in perfect condition. He is also a great cook!
When we travel we prefer staying with friends or in B & B's or hostels, and want to open our home to you all to experience the same inviting hospitality we've experienced internationally.
We love meeting like-minded people and have friends from many places. We enjoy good food and wine, we grow many of our own vegetables, and prefer organic and fresh foods. We love the theater and symphony. We also enjoy sports and ski, hike, and bike, and we enjoy watching international tennis and Australian Rules Football.
We try to live simply and consciously. We recycle, compost, and re-purpose whatever we can. Our sheets and towels are line-dried in the fresh desert air.
We volunteer our time and resources to several international non-profits. Rotary International and the World Federations of Hemophilia are the charities we are actively involved with.
So that is all about us - we look forward to hearing about you, and making new friends!