thanks Nancy, she was truely one of them amazing people we might get the chance to be friends with in a lifetime. The circumstances are overwhelming surrounding her disappearance and death. Its nice to see that there are still people out there who care about others.~
Business is slow compared to last year so far but the busses r comin and some people, lots of disappointment because so much snow no hikin but after june 3 when everything opens we think it will b business as usual. were slow on breakfast as always till campgrounds open lunch we have busses for 2-3 hours , averaging 50 to 80 a day in tips so far :) gettin better every day the snow melts more, seen 2 wolves yesterday and lots of hungry bears r out so its a beautiful dayu in yellowstone. so far on the old side is just me and the three white haired ladies lol dont tell them that thought haha ,and so far r no roomates also the old side is carpeted didnt know that :) lots of people ajusting to altitude its a killer up here and we get to walk up to 2nd floor for r rooms shewwwwww 2 new washers anbd dryers so 4 toatal is noce your so gonna love it up here cant wait to c u any ? just holler
Hi Nancy, I am heading to Yosemite right now, well, stopped off at my girlfriend's KOA in Terra Haute, Ind. I was pleased to find that the cabin had wifi, and a tv, but there are no sheets or blankets on the bed!!!!!! My sleeping bag is packed in the very back of my trunk, and it's dark out there now! Oh well, such is the life of a wanderer! Glad to have you as a coolworks friend. Cathy
where you find many tours which cover all the famous sights in and around Cairo. I'm sure you will like it. You are right, tourism has been affected a little bit by what's happening in Egypt. I would like to reasuure you that every body is very happy to pay such a price to live in a democratic country. It's well worth it.
Dear Nancy, it's a pleasure to make friends with you. I will be very happy to show you around my interesting city Cairo. I have taken a lot of American tours since I qualified in egyptology in 1991. You will have a good time. Please feel free to let me know if you want to know anything about Cairo. See me on :
Hi Nancy, I am a shuttle driver, last season was my first season, so no, I haven't been there in the winter yet, but I would love to stay and try it next year, I hear it is beautiful. They have Badger Pass Ski Resort, I would have to join another union to work it and stay, but with the economy, Yosemite would be a very economical place to stay. I have friends who stay year round. Good luck. Cathy
my oh my/// ive applied everywhere it seems... lol. ive mainly applied for managment positions at what i would like to think of as "dream" jobs. Iroquois Hotel, Doe Bay, Grand Teton Lodge @ Colter Bay, and Byrce. When it comes to the Tetons im not picky to much since im familiar with the area and know what kind of money and activities are there but other than that i want to use my education and be FOH manager anywhere else really/ the Tetons and Bryce ive had an interview with and they both went great and they both are calling back next week. so... still up in the air but getting closer to being solved...
Nancy- Sorry, I didn’t see your comment my wall until today. I do know Gigi McBee and spent time with her and her husband, Jason Bates, last month. Jason and I used to teach kayaking together back in the 90’s. Meat Grinder does get one’s attention and, for good reason, as people have died there. It’s a really bad place for foot entrapment and always a nasty swim in any case. I still love to kayak but I will leave working the river scene to the younger “under 60” crowd. Are you planning on heading out of a working adventure next summer or staying in the Seattle area? I always thought it would be fun to live in Seattle but I am planning to live away from cities for a while doing summer and winter seasonal work until I get too old and I hope that won’t happen for a while! Terry
Hey Nancy .... how have you been? How do you like Seattle? And have you decided to try a seasonal job for this summer or next? Seems I am all questions .... sorry, but I haven't corresponded with you in a long time! BTW - thanks for the visit last summer, I enjoyed meeting you and we had a nice evening together. I am spending the summer in Houston (yuck!) but hope to "get back out there" and pursue my Alaska job next year. Let me hear from you ... Richard
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