Living & Working in Great Places
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Added by Jennifer on January 29, 2008 at 3:22pm — No Comments
So...I don't get online much down here in Arizona. A lot of my time off I go riding..and I need to go into town to actually get online. Next year, I'll start asking Michael to hook up the internet to the staff house. Yup, next year...I've already decided I'll be back here at the Kay El Bar.
I've also just accepted a position for this coming summer. I'll be cooking at the Basin Harbor Club on the shore of Lake Champlain outside of Vergennes, Vermont.
I'll have a couple of weeks…Continue
Added by Keith Larson on January 25, 2008 at 10:02am — No Comments
Well we have had a wonderful batch of weather the last week or so. We have had a mix of gorgeous sunny days with 25 – 30 degree weather then a day or
two of slushy snow. The photo shows you
a nice sunny morning. This was taken
am, the sun is not totally
Added by Laurie B on January 21, 2008 at 9:30am — No Comments
I am sooooooo excited. I finally applied to Yellowstone National Park (YNP) and was hired for the upcoming season. I will be working as a desk clerk/sales agent at the Old Faithful Snow Lodge from April 18 thru October 17. I will be living in the Obsidian Dorm right behind the lodge.
Does anyone have work experience with Xanterra and/or YNP? I have many questions about what to bring, clothes, etc.
While I won't have a laptap of my own, there are computers…Continue
The view from my window - Ketchikan, Alaska today.
Ketchikan is a town whose number one industry is tourism. In the summer season (mid-April thru early October) the place is bustling with
locals and "summer folks" showing almost 900,000 visitors what the town
has to offer. They say that in Ketchikan 1 in 7 jobs is directly
related to tourism.
But in the winter months the pace is much slower. And this winter
Added by Laurie B on January 8, 2008 at 2:28pm — No Comments
Added by Bill Berg on January 3, 2008 at 8:37am — No Comments