Is that the big Chalet that they just finished before I left? It sat high on a hill and they were holing a lot of conventiions there. Will you work clear through December? We had a part time cook at MPL when I was there named Mahoney Is he still there? He could sure whip up some good food. And the scenery in the spring was unbelievable Keep in touch We may run into each other some time some where
Thanks for writing . Yes I lived in Branson right across from the Welk theater and worked for a travel company called Branson Vacation Reservations also for the Blue Bayou restaurant (don't think it's there anymore) and I worked at a restaurant on the strip seemed like it had a name that started with Green something or other It was like a Village Inn or a Denny's. Also worked at a buffet restaurant that was in front of a round outdoor theater. Wow I can't believe I am having such a hard time remembering these things. Wait I've got it it . That restaurant was called Ozark Mtn Buffet. It was on the same road as McFarland's.
Did you like working at MPL? I worked in the Cub Cafe under Koleman and we used to have nightly poker games. Had a ball even though I didn't make the kind of money that I made at Denali. But the living conditions were sooo much better. What did you do there?
Welcome Susan. I hope your excited becuase I know this will be a great summer maybe even better than last year. There will be some crazy times but Shawn and I are there for you and everyone else. See you on the 28th. I noticed that we will be on the same shuttle to MPL. It will be a long drive so there is plenty of time to talk about whatever it is you wish to talk about.
Welcome to the team Susan. Be glad to help you out with whatever you need. We'll have you ruining geriatric dream vacations in no time. That's right, you'll be able to argue with the crankiest of travelers and shatter their vacation dreams in just one week! Just order my new book "Argueing with the Elderly" for just 19.95........
I kid, but it's not bad. I've been a lead the past two years and absolutly love this job. Tommy, our third member of the trifecta, was also here last year. So fret not young Missourian, we'll show you the ropes come the 28th. Once you learn the logistics and what resources you have available, it's just a matter of basic problem solving.
Looking forward to working with you at the Front desk
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