I am here for a little while. I hope to be working in Yosemite Nat. Park for the winter. I am a driver so the hiring process is long and drawn out. I was offered a job but won't know if I am hired until the end of this month.
I meant to say; computing is a distraction, or addiction for me. If you cook lasagna and chocolate chip cookies I'll be right over!!!! I enjoy what this lifestyle and the freedom to travel, the variety of jobs duties helps also. The Alaska Gold Rush sounds good. I've watched a few of episodes on TV, think it was the History channel. I would have to win a lottery to afford the initial startup. I read somewhere about an RVer who was doing some panning in Georgia, he wouldn't disclose the location, however. This was posted on a forum about metal detectors. Now! How do I get some of your home-cooked food? Oh; Thanks, nice to have another friend. Ed
I looked at your blog. Interesting and I'll have to read more. Computing id nice, but a distration! LOL! My Motorhome is 27' foot long on a 1987 Ford Van chassis, a fossil-fuel burning monster 7.5l engine that get just a shade over 7 MPG. I only put less than 5K miles a yr. on it. Maintenance costs aren't too bad, but when an appliance or parts wears out it can be costly. Started the W-Camp gig back in 1998 and in 01 to 09 worked as a golf cart technician until the economy caused the collapse of that job. Luckily, located employ with a camping resort for barter. Then in May 2010, acquired my 1st part-time paying job and space with hookups. Ever since have found employ for at least 10 of the 12mos. Takes a lot of research for a single guy to find employ as most like 2 workers for each space, 2x hours worked for the employer and 2x wages for the workers. My duties vary; Amusement park games attendant, golf cart and small engine repairs and vehicle maintenance, grounds maintenance, painting, and park cleanup. you can find My Page on here also, but message me back anytime. I am trying to work the correct link to my blogspot from here. I would like to add you as a friend. Have Safe Travels! Ed
Carol, I have a question. A friend of mine has applied in Yellowstone and they came back with a EDR offer (not what they applied for). As far as hours and stuff like that could you give me an idea what they should expect. My e-mail is email@example.com. Thanks for your help!
Carol, I wonder if I might pick your brain for some advice. I live in Loganville, Ga and go thru Clayton all the time to my cabin near Maggie.I have applied for several jobs in Yellowstone. 1) campground positions 2) Yellowstone fondation 3) Delaware North adventure stores. I have a 5th wheel. In your opinion which job would be the most attractive and should I take my camper or stay in park housing. I'm a retired teacher and have traveled a lot but never worked in a park but want a change of pace and more time in yellowstone. I have been on four summer trips and one winter trip to YNP. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. Any info would really help with my decision and I really don't know where to get sound advice on this. Thanks, Larry
planning on maybe jackson for the winter, got a call day before i headed to ynp for a job in the black hills as kitchen manager custer state park more cash and no dorms i live in the "boathouse" just an old house on site lo to work for drts of past friends and great company to work for drop buy if your close sylvan lake lodge mt rushmore area eddie
Hello Carol Thank You for your comment but I have no experience with writing or the blogging . I barely graduated my grade school form and did not got to university until age 52 . Therefore your comments carry more stone and are genuine to me .
Greetings Carol Yes , of course you may copy /paste to your site . This site is not the forum for my blog , but I am weary of the excuses people rely upon in order to live in fear . Thank You for your comments and for the friendship .
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