Hi Richard, sorry I haven't gotten back to you as I don't come in here as often as I use to. I'm living and working in White River NWR now and have been here three months today. How are things down in your part of the country? Take care and God Bless you too.
What's up Sir?
Long time no talk.
I just got done with my gig at the Squire Inn @ the south rim of Mesa Verde National Park.
After a year of bartending and managing that place, I was ready to step down.
I'm going to be a server and part-time bartender this summer at Mesa Verde National Park.
However, I am interested in coming back for a FULL season in the winter with you guys.
My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Tell Rosa I say hi please. If she is still there.
Just sitting here at work not wanting to do anything so thought I would give you a shout. Do you still keep in touch with Debbie? Is she still at the same address that is in Neil's obit? I thought I might drop her a note. Have a good weekend!
I actually worked with you in the late 80's. I used to be Tina Savilisky. I used to date your brother before he and Debbie got together. I was just goofing off the other day and started googling people I used to know. I came across your brother's obit and was shocked, so started searching for you and found my way to this site. Don't know if you remember me or not?
Hi Richard, I'm new to everything but am looking forward to venturing out into the world. Can you tell me how well the on-site employees eat at the bigger lodges? I'm definitely going to be in a dorm if I get a job at the Grand Canyon Lodge next season. Thanks so much for any comments.
Yes, I was the breakfast cook at Signal last summer. I loved it there, but decided to stay in Idaho for this summer. I've started thinking about heading out this winter and Big Bend is at the top of my list.
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