"laurie. bring everything that you want to be comfortable that will fit, but don't expect it to last the season. if it dies! right on. but remember there's a lot to enjoy in this area :) cody... rodeo.. jackson…"
"hey matt :) yes im still in wyoming. as for winter work around here the only place thats hiring right now is the Best western Ivy on 8th street. thats assuming that they ever finish the building.... lol :) good luck with the hunt."
Naw im a very small town girl and grew up fairly poor, but my family still found a way to go on road trips ever so often=) and I still live with that in me today. My traveling days are far from over, actually just begining.
I am only 18, I was going to go to the philippines and hit hawaii on the way over but of course I met someone the night I was flying to oregon to visit my mom for a few months. As you could most likely guess my plans changed for the summer... Im starting college this fall and Im hoping to be able to save alot of money from my summer job and be able to go do some stuff on a couple of my breaks.
that does sound like a plan. I have never lived more than an hour and a half drive from the ocean and i love to visit but i wouldnt want too live in a high desert or a place that doesnt have a lot of water. Im picky, i know lol. Im a small town girl but im not scared of change as long as i am comfortable with things.
Im working at a princess lodge just above trapper creek in AK, its call McKinley Princess Lodge, Im going to be a hostess for the season. I think that is amazing that you work in Yellowstone. My dad brother and I took a road trip (I was in 3rd grade at the time) from oregon to Yellowstone and truned back around at Cody WY. It was so much fun and i remember that my dad wanted to stop at mammoth hot springs but we couldnt for some reason.