A former Oregon woman says she found a new home in Oregon after leaving her home in Canada.
Rachel Hildebrand says she was working in the oil fields when she decided to leave Canada to find a new life in the United States.
She said she left her family and friends behind and found herself living on her own.
Hildebrand said she had been working for two years in the fields before she met with her future husband, Mark Hildebrands, in Oregon in January 2016.
Hilberbrand said the couple lived in a small home in the woods for two months before they moved into a larger home in Roseburg.
The couple said they both have children.
They said they met with a counselor from the church, the Catholic Community of Greater Roseburg, and decided to move back to Canada.
They lived in Oregon until the end of May, she said.
The Hildebeards moved to Oregon to begin their new lives, but Hildeberg said the trip was difficult for both of them.
She says she’s still not sure what she’ll do when she returns to Canada, and she wonders if she’ll have a different life.
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