Scott Nyuli is an arborist who swings from the tallest trees but problems begin when he hits the ground. He wants romance, but gets completely tongue-tied talking to women. Will Scott unlock the mysteries of love?
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Stowel Lake Farm is 120 acres of perennial gardens. There are GIANT cabbages as big yoga balls, and chickens and pigs leading very happy lives. It's a paradise where healthy and young back-to-the landers live together and grow organic produce.
Look up and you'll see swinging from tallest treetop our third Salt Spring stranger—the guy in construction boots and wielding a chainsaw—Scott Nyuli, the arborist. Scott's a "tree doctor".
When he's swinging from branches he has not a care in the world. But his problems begin as soon as he touches the ground.
Since his beloved mom died last year, Scott's been trying to find romance and settle down. The problem is, he gets so tongue tied around women, he can't speak up!
Can a straight-talking blues singer and a millennial activist help him overcome his paralyzing fear and break on through to the other side?
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