I am 62 years old and in good health. I work as a Professional boat mechanic,boat pick-up and delivery man, and I refurbish pontoon boats. I have had the privaledge to work with my son, Lloyd Hunt, at the Grand Canyon recently and had a great time while there. I am a single man. I am a professional bluegrass musician. I play the guitar (rythum and pick lead), the mandolin, and the fiddle. I also play banjo to a degree but don't own one at this time. I mostly play with some local guys around the north and central Va, area. I am also an avid natralist (nudist to some people). And the most important thing in my life that I love is studying the Bible with my other Jehovah's Witnesses friends. I have learnt so much from them over the years and they proved everything they teach from the Bible...exactly what every true Christian should be looking for. Please contact me if you have any questions or comments "about me" and/or my likes and dislikes. Everything is up for discussion.
Last Seasonal Job:
North Rim of Grand Canyon / South Rim of Grand Canyon
Favorite Seasonal Job:
South Rim of Grand Canyon
Where have you lived and worked?
I have lived in Va., NC., Ga., Tx., Az. I have worked as a carpenter, brick layer, heavy equipment operator, worked with dynamite, store clerk, concrete, making cables at The Rockchester Corp., yard work, and much much more. I was raised as a farmer.
At 62 years old, my dreams have changed alot in recent years, according to my abilities, which decrease with age of course. Right now I'd simply like to be a "guide" at the Grand Canyon. A "guide" who leads a mule train down into the depths of the Canyon, from the South Rim down the trails to Phantom Ranch at the bottom, and back again. However, the concessioner who the Park Service contracts this job out to...is a bunch of egghead assholes that I don't care to work for at all. I have reasons for saying that.
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