I have lived most of my life in Southern California, but I have worked all over the world, mostly internationally. I've worked in the hospitality industry for most of my working life, with the exception of a short stint as a court reporter. It is now time for me to find new adventures and experience this beautiful country.
I always love a new adventure. I love meeting new people, going to new places and just being out and about. I want to LIVE my life, not regret my life when I am older, and wish I would have.....
Oh lord.... that can't be good. I guess I'll have my peeps call up at the hotel LOL.. if they want to talk to me... I was told they had internet in the lobby of the hotel? Who knows.. I'm just going to save money and get away. I am nervous now. Do you think I would want to stay that long coming from MS?
So, let's say I wanted to work in Arizona for the winter season, either at a Dude Ranch or a Resort. How would I find the jobs that are currently available? I'm not sure what you mean by "those pages." Could you direct me to the right page?
I was at the Kay El Bar and will be again this season. They are on opposite sides of the city. I never had any reason to actually go over there, but once in awhile I'd see some of the staff in town. The only minor complaint I heard from any of them was from one of the 20-somethings...because unlike most places the average worker there is over 40...she just referred to it as the Flying Elderly. They do have a good rep in town though.
I would have suggested the KL..but I think we're already staffed. Well, several of us from last season are returning and there is only 12 positions overall.
I guess I was assuming you tried los Cab, the Ranchos de los Cabelleros, they are also in Wickenburg. They are more of a resort than a ranch, but they are also nice people over there too.
Coming from you, a professional photographer, I will take that as an extreme compliment.
I am glad to be here. I am hoping to find some seasonal work. I've always worked more than full time, and working seasonal work sounds like quite an adventure. I can't wait to experience my first job!!
I'm going to read your blog now, about working at Cool Works!
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