Living & Working in Great Places
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I know many of you had careers for a bunch of years and now you've transitioned to this "foot loose and fancy free" lifestyle. You're ready to work hard at now barely minimal wages for the grand experience of hiking a new trail. I get it. In part. I…Continue
So, I missed the chat on housing and it made me figure I should upload some pics from my summer at the KOA in West YEllowstone and its surroundings. Also are a few pics of a few things to go to do besides Yellowstone park. (which is great, but Montana's such a treasure!) Take a peak at pics here . i had such a good summer even without a car thanks to some of the other great people that worked there. They…Continue
Siting here in sunny Arizona,one thinks about the comimg of spring, we are going to Mesa Verde,National Park from May intil October..So now goes the reading all the books about Mesa Verde, DVD's,maps and so on....We are photographer's trying to film all the Parks in the west and midwest...Last season was Yellowstone,before that it was Yosmite, then New Mexico..Starting out the New Year, we will work in Tempe for the Spring Training,from Feb. and March..Cabin fever has set in and so we are…Continue
First off, I was going to title this blog "Why I want to Work in Alaska" however the more I thought about it I realized the working part is just a means to an end .... and the end is just getting to Alaska and spending 4 months there exploring, meeting new friends, drinking northern home brew, eating incredible seafood, and , yes, working. So here are my "ten" reasons for wanting to visit our northernmost state ...
1) The incredible scenary
2) The independent and resourceful…Continue