How r u doing at the North Rim? I do miss the folks at the NR and the environment but not the work schedule I had.
I noticed u worked at Grant Teton. I have applied there but have not heard from them. Any advice about how to get thier attention? Thanks.
Yea man housing is defiantly nice, like a new college dorm room. A vehicle makes it a lot easier to enjoy the off days rather than relying on other people. Biking is fun but hard the black hills are very steep, I did have mine out there and enjoyed it a lot. All in all there's plenty of things to do between hiking, rapid city, rock climbing, swimming, and chilling.
Hey there my friend. You mentioned earlier that you have worked at Rushmore and I was just wondering if you had any advice that might help me along the way. I hear that the housing is pretty nice in comparison to other properties and pretty laid back. Is it a pain in the neck without a vehicle? Maybe I should have a bike sent? Any info would be grand! Take care.
In the past did you work for the Grand Teton Lodge Company and what were they like to work for if you did? Where did you live? I see you are in Tucson, I used to live there for three years about three blocks form Sabino Canyon, liked it ok but fell in love with Palm Springs, CA. Have fun at the North Rim!!
Great photo's and welcome to the Grand Teton group on coolworks. Will you be working in the Tetons this summer and if so where and doing what? I will be working for GTLC and living in the employee rv park and will be the recreation director. catch ya later!
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