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Vicki
  • 50, Female
  • Rittman
  • United States
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Death Valey and an RV
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Coly Hope Apr 7, 2009.

Death Valley
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Ray-Ray Jul 2, 2008.

Jobs for married couples?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Heather Johnson Apr 21, 2012.

 

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Hometown:
Wooster, OH
About Me:
Late 30-something, college-educated (Spanish and culinary degrees), married, 0 kids...both my husband and myself looking for an adventure and challenge outside the corporate 8-5 office jobs for at least a couple of years. We spent time in Death Valley last July and absolutely fell in love with the place. Both want to spend time in Alaska, too...
I love photography, cooking/baking and am currently learning how to knit!
Last Seasonal Job:
crew member on sailboat in NC intracoastal waterway
Favorite Seasonal Job:
midnight-8 am bakery job and innkeeper at a Bed and Breakfast
Dream Job:
making people and myself happy by baking delicious sweet treats

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At 8:47am on March 18, 2009, Nick said…
Hi Vicki
What made you fall in love with Death Valley? Was it impossible to go outside in the Summer?
Thanks
At 10:56am on March 12, 2008, akscootr said…
You have helped... gracias :0)
At 8:44am on March 10, 2008, akscootr said…
When you crewed, were you able to work a p/t position if you wanted to? Was the business level sufficient enough to allow saving decent $$$? Did you need to get US Sailing certified? Would you try a trans-pacific or Trans-atlantic on a 30" sailboat? What brand would be an inexpensive yet strong blue-water boat. Oh, I could pick your mind... :0) Anything on planet Earth you can tell me about sailing would be much appreciated. Gracias
At 2:23pm on March 8, 2008, akscootr said…
I am thinking of taking sailing lessons this summer with the goal of eventually buying a single-hand blue water boat for long-distance cruising (New Zealand, Micronesia, and eventually Alaska where I will settle).
Can you throw me any info on being crew? Does a person make a decent living? Would it even help in achieving those goals? I have friends in Alaska who are live-aboards and it seems to be an excellent way to travel and live inexpensively at the same time. Thanx for any help :0)
 
 
 

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