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John S
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  • Fairbanks, AK
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Hometown:
Girdwood Alaska/Fairbanks, Alaska
Where have you lived and worked?
Lived: Alaska (many years), Serbia (18 months), Sierra Leone (10 months), Toronto (3 years), Israel (4 years, but I was too young to remember much about it), Iraq (14 months in the US Army)
About Me:
....errr, not much to say about me....

I enjoy boxing, muay thai, and wrestling (very very amatuer). I have done some amatuer mixed martial bouts and am in the ranks.

Other than that, hiking only to get to the camping, climbing, or repelling spots. Kayaking, movies, music, board games, 4x4s, ATVs, snowmachines, dirt biking, etc.
Last Seasonal Job:
McKinley Princess Lodge
Favorite Seasonal Job:
Snowboard Instructor
Dream Job:
Be my own boss, own my own bookstore/coffee shop that has an upstairs for local bands and independent films

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At 1:26am on May 2, 2008, Nicholle said…
Hey John-So I'm getting a little more familiarized with the area around Summit Lodge, but wanted to see what someone else had to say, who's worked there in the past. I'm asking the owner some similar questions, but as an employee, I'm sure your views are a little different!..sorry for all the questions, but here goes!

First, did you have a car to get around? If not, how was the transportation...how did you get around, did you get to many places? The owner said that a lot of people go to a car auction and buy a car for the season up there. Any suggestions?

How about the size of the cabins, with 4 people in them? I'm bringing a day pack, backpack, and a suitcase...how is storage/space?

What about food? I know there are some places in Cooper Landing/Moose Pass but did you just eat at the lodge?

What is there to do around the lodge on days off? I know the lake is right there, but does the property have anything like a kayak or canoe?

Is it easy to get away on days off or did you find yourself stuck around the lodge?

What was the general age of the employees at the lodge? Were they primarily from the US or was there a lot of cultural diversity?

If you think of anything you could share about your experiences there, it would be great! Any information is good information! Thanks John and I hope you have a great summer!
At 8:55am on April 12, 2008, akscootr said…
I like Muay Thai also, but re-injured my shoulder while punching the bag so I can't practice it anymore. Any ideas on how I can still effectively practice with a bad shoulder? It was broken a long time ago and never got fixed, but I miss Muay Thai. Thanx for any suggestions...
At 10:47pm on April 8, 2008, Nicholle said…
How did you like it? How's the area? How's the menu/kitchen? Any tips or suggestions I should know?!?! Thanks for your help, and I hope you have an awesome summer as well.
At 1:57pm on April 8, 2008, Manda said…
Indeed, I am everywhere! Muhahaha!
At 3:02pm on April 6, 2008, Scott Marshall said…
Thanks for the down low man. I've done the website surfing checking out most of the stuff in the area, but it's good to have independent review. I'll get back at you when we get specific. Look forward to meeting you.

Scott
At 5:44pm on April 4, 2008, McCully said…
I'll be up on the 28th. See ya then!
At 1:31am on April 4, 2008, McCully said…
Hey man. Glad to see your coming back. When are you coming up?
At 2:40pm on April 3, 2008, Jeremy said…
Hey I beat rick being your first comment haha. Glad you are gonna be there again man. Me and Scott are coming back as houseman with one maybe two other friends as houseman.
 
 
 

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