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At 9:22pm on February 9, 2014, Deborah Price Fuchs said…
Hey Rose......thanks for your message....I am looking forward to meeting you.....if you have any pointers or suggestions for a "first timer" please do share. I'm anxious about what to bring and what not to bring!
At 7:20am on April 1, 2011, Don Kostyal said…
Thanks for the welcome to Signal. I am very excited to be coming there. I will look you up! I got my packet yesterday and was impressed with the length of time people have been there and to hear your guys story only makes it sound like I am on  roll--I better buy lotto this week.
At 9:21pm on June 9, 2009, RICK & VIRG TOWNER said…
Thanks Bruce & Rose for responding.
We are jealous that you are going to be there all summer while we slave away in Nevada. Thanks for the advice. Just got an answer back from Kelcy about when to apply for next year. Have a great season.
At 6:51pm on June 7, 2009, RICK & VIRG TOWNER said…
Hi Bruce & Rose,

We are looking at Signal Mountain Lodge as a place to work next summer. Any helpful hints on how to get hired. We have our own RV a 5ver. Rick
At 4:56pm on April 21, 2009, Liz Morley said…
I don't know him. He's friends with Ally on facebook. She wrote something about leaving soon, I commented on it & then he did too. I might have seen him during the live chat on coolworks last night too. Are you friends with Ally on facebook? If so, look at her page to follow the conversation. Do you know someone with the screen name Flanagan on coolworks? He sent me a friend request but I don't know him, so I didn't respond yet.
At 2:22pm on April 21, 2009, Liz Morley said…
Absolutely! It's the altitude! By the way, do you know Bill Wood? He worked at SML '05, '06 and '07, and will be back this summer.
At 12:52pm on April 21, 2009, Liz Morley said…
Are you saying I can't handle myself with alcohol, Rose? LOL! Yes, Bud Light SMALL can will be perfect!
At 8:59pm on April 20, 2009, Liz Morley said…
I just love your photos, by the way. You sure your dream job isn't nature photographer?!
At 8:56pm on April 20, 2009, Liz Morley said…
Hi Rose! I joined the live chat they had earlier this evening. I can't wait to see you. I leave on Saturday. Yay!!! Heard from another CW person who lives near Denver that another storm is forecast for this weekend! Noooo! See you on 4/30. Have a beer on ice for me, will ya?

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Oxnard, Ca
Where have you lived and worked?
California, Washington, Arkansas, Arizona, Texas,Wyoming
About Me:
Full-time RVing for 15 years
Last Seasonal Job:
Signal Mountain Lodge
Favorite Seasonal Job:
Signal Mountain Lodge
Dream Job:
permanent caretaker job

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