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Seasonal Addicts

For those who love to travel and live the lifestyle.  New seasonal workers and Veteran travelers alike share the passion of wild work in cool places.

Location: In a mountaintop tent with a satelite internet.
Members: 157
Latest Activity: Dec 5, 2018

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Seasonal Addicts Anonymous 16 Replies

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TRY AGAIN--DUST YOURSELF OFF AND TRY AGAIN !!! 2 Replies

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When to start looking or winter gig/ 12 Replies

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Comment by Jeremy Stovall on August 10, 2011 at 10:47am

well it is almost to end of this 2011 season.How is everyone else season going thus far?Besides horrible weather at Mt.Rainer it hasn't been to bad here just bad food and weather.Has any one gotten hired yet for this winter?I have a few apps out to summer warm places one in Cali and one in Texas probably won't know until Sept where I am going sadly.

 

I was curious if any one know any thing about the Big Sur Lodge down in Cali or Big Bend National Park ?

Comment by Connie Kramer on April 21, 2011 at 1:40pm
Heading to Yellowstone in roughly 4 weeks and it cannot be too soon! : ) Can't wait to see all those things I missed last year.
Comment by Lani Sammons on March 29, 2011 at 12:43am
I'm heading to Rocky Mountain NP for the summer.  Grand Lake side.  Anyone been/worked there?
Comment by Shaquette L. Williams on March 24, 2011 at 7:33pm
6 weeks til I am at Grand Canyon North Rim! Cant wait. After 2 years at Yellowstone I am looking forward to a change. Any advice for the newbie?
Comment by Keith Larson on March 21, 2011 at 2:16pm
43 days left of the season at the Kay El Bar...49 days until I'm at the North Rim.
Comment by Carol on March 20, 2011 at 5:56pm

Definitly count down time, I leave home in 7 weeks (56 days) Yeah! Heading to the always fabulous Biger Than Life Grand Tetons.

Yeah, Yeah, Aggie, enough time to look around at the menu, but I'm choosing the Tetons as my Main Course this year.

Can't blame a girl for looking, can ya? Everything looks so drool worthy!

Comment by KC Perschbacher on March 19, 2011 at 12:10pm
Well I finally did it, for the first time in my employement history I hit my 1 yr anniversary mark at one single job, and I HATE it.  lol   ... I started filling out job applications to return to seasonal work, I miss it so much and I really dont care at this point what the job is but oh I pray that I can get back on the road.  It is such and addiction and if this is the only bad habit I have in life I will be doing good.  So hear's hoping to meet new friends this summer and have a whole new discoveries in life.
Comment by Michael F. Milligan III on March 9, 2011 at 10:57am
I will be at the North Rim this season as well, for a second year.  anyone else headed that way or have questions let me know.
Comment by Keith Larson on March 3, 2011 at 9:45pm
60 days left of my winter season, it'll be my last one for awhile at the Kay El Bar.  Will be at the North Rim this summer.
Comment by Dominic A. Smith on December 28, 2010 at 9:11pm
I have the desire to sit by a fire along the north rim canyon. Or maybe be in so cali in the valley and take a wild trip again. Each day that I get away from myself and don't go back to sin.... Is I day I can win but I miss the majestic beauty of the great mountain!!
 

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