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Linda G
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Smoketree Ranch, Palm Springs
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Linda G Oct 24, 2008.

Please help with interview questions....
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Linda G Sep 12, 2008.

Newbie needs help!

Started Aug 28, 2008

 

New adventures await......

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Hometown:
Carlsbad, CA
Where have you lived and worked?
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.
About Me:
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.....
Last Seasonal Job:
Smoke Tree Ranch, Palm Springs, CA
Favorite Seasonal Job:
Smoke Tree Ranch, Palm Springs, CA
Dream Job:
I'm living it!

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At 5:52pm on June 11, 2009, Greg said…
It is so amazing up here Ms Linda!. I wish you could have stayed!
At 1:21am on June 6, 2009, Greg said…
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?
At 12:59pm on June 4, 2009, Greg said…
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At 6:36pm on May 30, 2009, Greg said…
Hey Linda!,

I was just wondering if you've still decided to go to Mt. Rainier. I will be arriving June 10th, but will be arriving in seattle on June 9th. Let me know and we'll hang out! I'll be the night auditor.

-gerg
At 11:30pm on August 17, 2008, Linda G said…
Hi Kari,

Thanks for your reply.

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?

Thanks much! I appreciate your help.

Linda
At 10:48am on August 16, 2008, Keith Larson said…
oops spelling..that's Rancheros de... They also hate it when we shorten it to los Cab, but everyone does it. Two syllables should be enough;)
At 10:44am on August 16, 2008, Keith Larson said…
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.
At 5:25pm on August 15, 2008, Linda G said…
Hi Keith,

Thanks for the tip. I will look them up!

Happy trails....Linda
At 4:36pm on August 15, 2008, Keith Larson said…
Hi Linda,

I haven't seen them on this site, but have you checked with the Flying E...just google them. They're in Wickenburg.
At 1:52pm on August 15, 2008, Linda G said…
Hi Kari,

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!

Take care, Linda
 
 
 

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