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Robert "Robin" Carlson
  • 77, Male
  • Mancos, CO 81328
  • United States
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Hometown:
Havertown, PA
Where have you lived and worked?
Vincennes, France; Lausanne, Switzerland, Stowe, Vermont, Caen, France, Philadelphia, PA, Vesoul, France, Paris 16th arrondissemont and quartier latin "boule Mich," Carilse PA., Hanover, NH, Southern Montana, VT.
About Me:
I'm divorced, retired and hoping to begin a full time RV life style in 2011. I've been an attorney, small company CEO, Center city Rehabber, created 14 living Lofts in an old wharehouse in center city, 6 condos, residence and managed the whole compound complete with gated parking and landscaping. Helped get a center city community garden up and running. Ranching in Montana, farming and animal husbandry in Vermont
Last Seasonal Job:
Jack of all trades at a resort in the North East
Favorite Seasonal Job:
Farming, animal husbandry, and Human Resources summers in VT
Dream Job:
Full Time RVer doing national and state park seasonal work. where and as needed

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SEND REMINDERS FOR DISCUSSIONS

Posted on April 2, 2009 at 6:58pm 1 Comment

It would be nice to get a same day reminders for discussions. I'm getting old and fogetful. like I miss half or all of a session when I get distracted with something interesting. And I hate to read RECAPS!

A REMINDER SYSTEM FOR OUR ONLINE CHATS pLEASE...i'M FORGETFUL, ROBIN....a SESSION ON HYDRPHONIC FARMING WOULD BE EDUCATIONAL AND ENVIRNMENTAL. ANYBODY AGREE?

Posted on April 2, 2009 at 11:30am 0 Comments

eNVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY, FEED THE HUNGY, FILL THE FOOD BANKS........HYDROPONICALLY? WHY NOT?
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At 9:12am on December 10, 2013, Carla (CJ) DunnNorrell said…
As you can see I have not been on for a long time. Did Medora ND summer 2012 & 2013 and then did the sugar beet harvest in Oct 2013. Very interesting process. Hoping for Glacier NP 2014. Got app in back in summer just hope it doesn't get lost.
Need to catch up on Coolworks
At 9:08pm on September 21, 2010, Carla (CJ) DunnNorrell said…
Sorry just signing back on and saw your greeting. Thanks for the welcome. Hope all is getting better for you. Looking for a place on the East coast in 2011. Anyone with suggestions?
At 6:47pm on September 20, 2010, Bill Walton said…
I am rarin' to go give it a try! We are hoping to get jobs in Alaska in summer 2011. Can't wait to get applications in and see what happens.
How are you doin'? Going to work anytime soon?
At 7:22pm on August 7, 2010, Bill Walton said…
Thanks, Robin...
I am very new to this whole idea of seasonal work, but it sounds like an exciting thing to do. I hope to get into it soon, if I can convince my wife that it is going to be fun.
At 3:21pm on June 14, 2009, Robert "Robin" Carlson said…
b>b>Thanks Keith,

I'll check it out......thanks for the response and help
Robin
At 3:07pm on June 14, 2009, Keith Larson said…
I didn't see any reports of the theft on myCoolworks, but one of the better articles I read is from the Salt Lake paper: http://www.sltrib.com/news/ci_12565763 Also if you go to Google news and search for Native American Artifacts theft it will pull up about a dozen others.
At 11:34am on April 2, 2009, Robert "Robin" Carlson said…
Can we get/establish a reminder system for the online chats? I always seem to either forget or join in half way through????
Robin
 
 
 

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