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Kentucky to Yellowstone
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Rachel Mar 29, 2008.

 

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Hometown:
Lexington Kentucky
About Me:
living life and loving it
Last Seasonal Job:
Aramark
Dream Job:
farm/small business owner

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At 4:37pm on February 4, 2009, Laura said…
Hello, Rachel. I'm new to coolworks and have been offered a summer job in Yellowstone this summer. I'm also from Kentucky and I'm in the Lexington area for now. I was just wondering about your experience in Yellowstone. I am still debating whether I will accept or not. I think it would be a lot of fun but at the same time I'm apprehensive about going that far away, not knowing anyone, etc., etc. I would love a fellow Kentucky girl's thoughts....Thanks!!!
At 11:24am on April 3, 2008, angel said…
rach i think cingular and verizon are best one of them have a tower out there but recpetion wont be really good in bad weather lol angel.
At 4:08pm on March 31, 2008, angel said…
money is good at ofi u guys and gals stay real busy try too get the dorms away from the lodge its quiter like larkspug i was there in 2002 any questions just ask i,ll be at mammoth i jealous imiss ol faithful i,ll see u around may 3rd thats when they bring you ppl in rite?you go too mammoth too get uniforms and we,ll have lunch w/ you guys i think we till then rock on safe travel rach angel ps i workd for aramark last summer in denali07 at the chalets adios amiga.
At 12:54am on March 30, 2008, Lindsay Quyle said…
Hey! Sorry for the silence, haha...I'm actually still up in the air right now, because I may be flying out there. I will let you know as soon as possible, though.
At 3:52pm on March 23, 2008, Lindsay Quyle said…
I completely agree. I can't think of anywhere at the moment, but we could figure something out. Do you have a Facebook or any form of IM? We could also communicate through e-mail if you'd like.
At 3:14pm on March 23, 2008, Lindsay Quyle said…
I'm working out at the Elephant Head Lodge
(address: 1170 Yellowstone Hwy, Cody, WY 82414). It's actually located 11 miles east of the East Gate in the Shoshone National Forest, but it's right off the highway that takes you to the park. Do you know where you wanted to stop on the way out there? Or were you planning on driving straight through?
At 2:41pm on March 23, 2008, Lindsay Quyle said…
I'm not 100% positive about the east gate, because I've heard that it won't be open until late May...I'm sure we can figure something out! I've been having so many problems figuring out how to get out there, so this could be a great solution for us both. Also, if this helps, I currently work for Marriott hotels,and I could get us cheap rates at nice Marriott properties for the drive out there.
At 4:55pm on March 22, 2008, Lindsay Quyle said…
Hello! I read your comment that you said you're heading to Yellowstone in late April! If I was able to meet you in KY, would you be willing to have a road-trip partner? We can talk more if you want to get to know me first; I understand apprehension about sharing rides with strangers. :-)
At 1:36pm on March 20, 2008, Shannon said…
Are you going through MN? I don't have a car, but wouldn't mind sharing gas from here and I live right off I-90. When do you have to be there?
 
 
 

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