Henri and Tangachee Goebl
Sunshine Rock Farm, 201 Bulman Road, Salt Spring Island, B.C. Canada V8K 1X5
Henri & Tangachee have been on Salt Spring Island for 33 years, 30 of which they have been Stewards of this land.
“We have created the gardens together through a combination of love, hard-work and perseverance. We have been blessed by an abundance of natural spring water. The rest speaks for itself….” Tangachee & Henri
Henri has a vast knowledge of native trees & had worked in reforestation for 20+ years. He is known locally as an artist, using only objects from nature as his medium.
Tangachee has a home-based business , Sunshine Rock Farm, making jams, jellies, chutneys & calendula healing cream. Many of the ingredients for these products originate from her garden. She is also an amateur photographer & enjoys sharing her selection of island views on her photographic greeting cards. She has a studio on the property or can be visited weekly at the famous Saturday Farmer’s Market where she displays her wares from April through October. She has been selling her products for over 22 years and her home-made, organic, mostly local jams and chutneys are well known and greatly appreciated by our guests and by market shoppers annually.
Tangachee is an avid kayaker, gardener and hiker .Their combined knowledge of local walks is extensive & they are always more than ready to share this knowledge with their guests. Tangachee has practiced yoga for over 40 years, taught if for 29 years & is a certified yoga teacher having done her training at the Salt Spring Centre of Yoga in a classical Ashtanga Yoga tradition.
If you would like to read more about your hosts & the magical land they live on, click on the Fall 2014 Issue of Aqua Magazine