yes i knew vickie. No iI did not work with her,but i saw her very day becouse i worked in the warehouse. she lived down by us. the staff is ok but it was my frist time.had to start somewhere. the housing is ok for married people, but for people that are single,they have one to two people in there rooms.I will say it is one of the best spot in the world i have ever seen. this year i am going to mase verda co.
Sounds like your looking for the Hilo side of the big island or Kawaii. The Hilo side has a lot of waterfalls, and empty beaches. But the other side of the island has a lot of tourists. Kawaii on the other hand is very slow and while you still get some tourists, it's not too bad. Both islands are beautiful and have TONS to offer.
Depends on who you work for there...if its four corners bar & grill and gift shop... they have a couple bedrooms upstairs... or they help you out with rent at the marina...there is other places that do similar...
Thanks for info...
I hope to start doing some seasonal work in a couple of years...but I am already excited about the idea. My first thought is to try and get on at Yellowstone doing something and live in my RV. I've been to that area a couple of times and will never forget my first visit...Yellowstone has sort-of-a magic to it. Do you know if the National Parks are always in need of people or is it competitive and tough to get some parks?
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