Hey....looks like I will be in Mesa Verde this summer. I am a newbie at the seasonal stuff and have never been to Mesa. I probably will be driving. Any tips on what to bring.....or ANY tips for that matter.
This afternoon I'l be starting my blog.
I'll be compiling my complete adventure with Mesa Verde this season.
It might be sporatic with the lack of computers but I think it will be well worth the read.
The next post...
Packing my bags.
Well Robert, or is it Bob? We are all living at the base of the Mesa this year. The conditions are a little rustic for anyone used to city living.
The housing consits of large "tough sheds" that house two people. I haven't scoped it out in person but my old executive chef and the H.R. Director assures me we will all be getting roommates.
What's your position here this year? I have a couple of decent people coming here that might make good roommates. Most of the people who work here though are imports.
I'll be a full time server and a part time bartender this season.
F.Y.I.- i just got back from the south rim of the Grand Canyon where I was a Food Services Manager. Been there done that got the t-shirt and wasn't all that impressed.
I'm glad I'm going back to waiting tables!
P.S.- that all said, they don't charge rent this year and they have shuttles going to Cortez, Durango and the Casino every week.
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