Living & Working in Great Places
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South Pole Growth Chamber
Photo taken July 15th 2007
It has sure been a long time since I've written.... well over two months!
The green house is ever changing....and that's good, it keeps me from getting bored with my job. I have recently rotated out crops the crew has voted low priority, and incorporated the ones they requested. Not to mention the…Continue
Added by Terry on July 31, 2007 at 6:35pm — No Comments
A group of us climbed the Middle Teton on July 28th. Great stuff.Among those fighting gravity for 6,000 vertical feet were Aubree, Alessa, Daven, Tyson, Colette and me. …
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Well, it's come that time when I started to search for somewhere new to explore. Over the last two weeks, I have made five applications...all to places I have found on Coolworks.com. Each a little different...well two are pretty close...but different than areas I have previously found myself.
There is the possibility that I'll stay put, also. I'm not going to choose another ski resort, when I have the offer of the new restaurant at Mid-Mountain.
There's Chisos Mountain…Continue
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I have just started at the 49th hotel front desk that I can remember. Suffice it to say, Telluride CO is the premier resort in all my experience.
Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, the Keys, Stowe, Aspen, Vail, Jackson, Steamboat Springs, Copper Mountain, Keystone, Breckenridge, Yellowstone National Park, Glacier National Park, Grant Teton National Park, West Yellowstone, Big Sky - none compare. What is it?
What isn't it? The scenery rivals any anywhere -…Continue
Added by Dan on July 7, 2007 at 10:44pm — No Comments
I was coaxed into blogging today by my good friend Kari, so here I go blogging. I work in the seasonal hospitality industry. The biggest challenge with my industry for me is working with seasonal staff. Like a bad box of chocolates, you never quite know what you are getting when your seasonal staff arrives. Sure they sounded great over the phone, but phones are dirty liars some times. Phones don't tell you that the person has 40 tattoos and 6 piercings and three noses and, well you get the…Continue