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ken horner
  • 66, Male
  • New Carlisle, OH
  • United States
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pannamint springs
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Started this discussion. Last reply by ken horner Jan 26, 2018.

has anyone worked the winter in Alaska at coldfoot or deadhorse
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Started this discussion. Last reply by ken horner Sep 17, 2013.

 

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Jun 9, 2016
ken horner replied to Tom's discussion Mary Glacier hotel in Glacier NP? anyone work here
"there used to be internet for the guest in the lobby. I used it all the time. Many is a beautiful place. I just hope that xanterra didn't hire the location mgr. that was there with GPI. she was a nasty----!"
Mar 3, 2014
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Feb 6, 2014
ken horner commented on Ann Carr's blog post Christmas at Home in Texas one more time
"take it from someone that has spent half of his life in a truck. DON'T DO IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The $$  is pretty good but you miss out on "real life" gone all the time sucks! Yea, it's a living but I regret ever…"
Dec 25, 2013
ken horner commented on Jenny Upchurch's blog post Working at Yellowstone Lake Hotel in 2014
"Lake hotel was my favorite location in the park. lots to do, everything is close enuf that you can get there easy for a day of sight seeing, hiking, etc. I worked in the kitchen, it's a pretty big one. The lake isn't for swimming even tho…"
Dec 24, 2013
ken horner commented on aggie71's status
"your heading back to Mesa Verde? I hope to travel thru there someday."
Dec 10, 2013
ken horner replied to Alan M. Lev's discussion The Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as "ObamaCare", and how it affects seasonal workers like us...
"wow, I've never thought of it that way. Then again I have a home address I've been using for 13 years. I'm gonna have to look into this."
Nov 14, 2013

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Hometown:
dayton
Where have you lived and worked?
I've lived.....Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma,Arizona,California,Georgia, U.S.V.I., Utah, Wy. Mt. now in Alabama, back to Ohio
I've worked, I was a truck driver for 20 years, so I've worked in 48 states and Canada .............now it 49 states and a territory
About Me:
a bit older, a lot bolder
Last Seasonal Job:
old faithful inn, cooking
Favorite Seasonal Job:
retirement
Dream Job:
sailing the carribean very slowly

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LIFE IS GOOD AGAIN

Posted on May 16, 2011 at 1:50pm 2 Comments

HaHa, everything in my life went to hell the other day. I sold everything  except my motor home ( i can't afford the 8 mpg),  so i parked it at my sis's farm and am now on my way to Montana.. Cooks can easily find work there at this time of the year. All is well. So if anyone is heading that way now and needs a ride. just yell. I'm in Madison for the nite,then I'm going to a friends up by Fargo tomorrow, then across to where I guess I belong. cya in the funnies...

p.s. I have a pickup…

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back to seasonal??

Posted on January 13, 2011 at 10:22am 4 Comments

decisions, decisions! I'm making excellant $$ where I'm at, but have been talking to a company about working for them, yep! it's seasonal. Driving a bus carrying peeps to the new river in W. Va. for their whitewater trips. I won't mention the company cause I didn't find them here on coolworks. It's the usual gig, housing (I have my motorhome so I'll be in it), not the best pay, but not the worst either. Lot's of new people! Lots of fun, doing one of my favorite things, (whitewater) in one of…

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At 7:56am on January 31, 2018, Alice Berg said…

I was in Hanoi. But it seems to me that things changed a lot since you were in Vietnam... Cities develop, become more open to tourism, what in its turn changes the whole face of the country. I heard a lot of really scary stories about Vietnam before I went there, and I'm so happy now backpackers and tourism-bloggers bust these myths. 

At 11:25pm on September 12, 2010, flora fitzgerald said…
i remember when i was carving at the inn,,and i said to u,,,man u can sharpen these knives n slicers good,,,i mean razor sharp.....
At 9:23pm on September 12, 2010, flora fitzgerald said…
hi ken,,,this is flora....i worked with u at old faithful in 09' season..how u been lately?i took a picture with u at the old faithful pub last october 13th,,,,when u were ordering some food at the pub........
At 8:48am on June 14, 2010, Clayne Wheeler said…
Are you a friend of Bill W & Dr. Bob?
At 6:25am on May 25, 2010, Mark said…
It's Lima
At 7:42am on May 21, 2010, Mark said…
Yes
At 7:40am on May 21, 2010, Mark said…
Yes
At 11:54am on March 14, 2010, Carol said…
Holy Cow, Ken, ya shoulda told me sooner, we'd have done lunch! Have fun. I agree with you, Lake is the place.
At 10:59am on August 26, 2009, sue pierce said…
Hi Ken I see you offered names and phone numbers for jobs on St. John, USVI. I really want to go there, long time dream. Any help would be appreciated.
At 6:41pm on May 15, 2009, Dominic A. Smith said…
Hey I am looking for some warm winter jobs I saw you worked in the virgin islands was hoping you could give me some infot, that would be great!!! Thanks so much
 
 
 

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