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What type of weather for yellowstone park from may to oct.  and do   they have airconditioning or is that necessary??s

Started this discussion. Last reply by Coly Hope Mar 9, 2010.

 

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Hometown:
strabane
Where have you lived and worked?
europe, russia
About Me:
traveled a lot over the years ... looking forward to yellowstone park
Dream Job:
working in a national park

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At 4:13pm on July 27, 2010, Mary Lynn McDonnell said…
Hi Mary!
This is your yellowstone roommate here! One of the best things was becoming friends with you and the people in our training class. I miss everyone!
At 6:59pm on April 4, 2010, Cathy Rosen said…
No, I worked at Mt. Rainier. I'll be in the training class at Mammoth starting May 13. I'll be there for two weeks.
At 5:32pm on April 4, 2010, Cathy Rosen said…
Hi Mary, are you working Grant Village this summer as front desk? I am too.
At 3:38pm on March 16, 2010, CHRISTINA said…
Both of you can contact me at champ12127@aol.com and I'll answer your questions. Its a little easier. Thanks for replying.
At 3:34pm on March 16, 2010, CHRISTINA said…
Mary: Location Mgr is hotel manager except since everyone lives on property we supervise employees off duty as well. Very challenging especially with the college kids. Fire alarms, fights, drunkedness, etc in the middle of the night. Its all part of life in a national park. But makes life interesting. Now I work for the park service although miss some of the comaraderie of working at the hotels.
At 3:30pm on March 16, 2010, CHRISTINA said…
Mary: Lake is much nicer than Grant in my opinion. You will get plenty of opportunity to work with people, and after you've been there awhile if you want to change shifts you can approach your Mgr. They are usually open, and there will be people who don't show up or leave early, so flexibility is the key. I will be at the Bridge Bay Marina just down the road and living in NPS employee housing so I'm told. Contact me at champ12127@aol.com and I will be glad to answer more questions about hikes, housing, etc.
At 10:58am on March 16, 2010, Bill Berg said…
Lake Baikal - that's fantastic.

I live and work out of Gardiner year round. I came out for a summer job in the park back in the 70's and liked it so much I found a way to stay.
At 10:11am on March 16, 2010, Bill Berg said…
Hi Mary,

My friend runs a nice motel called the Yellowstone River Motel. Betty has a soft spot for park employees

There are a couple of campgrounds in the area you might consider - one is in Yankee Jim Canyon, about 15 miles north of Gardiner on Highway 89. Another is the Eagle Creek Campground, a few miles from Gardiner on a gravel road that leads to Jardine.

Bill
At 1:53pm on March 14, 2010, aggie71 said…
Hi Mary ... thanks for the nice comment about my blogs from last summer. You will really enjoy Yellowstone .... it's a great place with lots of unique things to see. I will be spending the summer in Houston, and hope to be going to New Zealand to visit my son and his wife later this year (maybe November or December). I am hoping to work in Alaska next summer. Have fun in Yellowstone and let me know if you have any remaining questions about the place.
At 10:12am on February 28, 2010, Jenny Patterson said…
Mary, I did hike a lot last summer in Yellowstone and nearby. There are suitable trails for all abilities everywhere in the Park and plenty of people ready to hike with you. By the way, plan to buy a "bear spray" (about $40 in the General Stores), learn how it works, and do not ever hike alone. Then get out there and see everything you can!

Jenny
 
 
 

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