I am an outdoors guy who loves to be outside and enjoy everything I can. I love to skydive and have been skydiving for 6 years. I have moved all over the country and like to experience new places and new people. I have been working in kitchens for the last 10 years and love what I do. For the most part I am very laid back and always up for a new adventure. I will be working at the lake Yellowstone hotel this summer and can't wait to have some fun!!
Last Seasonal Job:
Never had one
Where have you lived and worked?
I have lived in Texas, Virginia, North Carolina, Nevada, and Mississippi. I've worked at a number of restaurants and worked under Emeril' s Chef who opened his Las Vegas restaurant. I have worked at Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, Bravo Italian restaurant, Broadstreet Baking Company, Char, Babalu, Blue Canoe, Nick's fine dining, Reunion Golf and Country club, Amerigos, Mermaid cafe, and Tupelo Country Club.
the altitude affects some,but noy many who i had met outthere.those r the ones didnt take vitamins b4 and after they got inside the park.some had stomach troubles,being sick for a few days and when its snowy and cold in the park i take 2 vitamins a day and i felt good.imma buy a 6pack of bud-lite to take to old faithful in case i dont get a beer at the pub,the pub is ccrowded all the time.
ut oh,well i got some spikes under my boots for ice and snow,i remember last april 30,2011 i was in bozeman and i was walking from te hotel,i almost fell like 3 times making 2 trips to the bus depot with my things.but in nebraska it is 92 + outside everyday for now.do u have ur vitamins,because a lot of people got so sicck in the park because we r so high up,a change of living too.those vitamins helps fight colds and keep u up 2 date on the body,i'm a beer drinker sometimes,and i have to put vitamin c back in.