Would you like to impress your friends, neighbors, strangers with your knowledge of nature, geological features, history? You could learn fun facts and then share them with strangers at Parks, Campgrounds, Historical Sites from Coast to Coast. Interested? Read on to learn all about becoming an interpretive guide & interpretive hosting! Christy Sweet, lead Ranger … More Become an Interpretive Host & Impress your Friends, Neighbors, Fellow Campers with your Knowledge of Minor Facts!
Today was our first day of working. FYI – working is the only word I can think of to describe what we are doing here, but it is the farthest thing from work that one can imagine. If I could have paddled around the Pentagon (where I actually did work) like this, well, I don’t … More Our first day as Kayak Instructors. No one fell of their boat! 100% success!
We arrived at our new temporary home – Milo McIver State Park – where we will be kayak hosting for the next two months. We are excited to be here! We have a great camp host spot that overlooks the Estacada Lake and – hope to have many dinners and potlucks overlooking the water. New Happy … More Our Former New (temporary) Home – Milo McIver State Park, Oregon
Volunteering at the Neal Taylor Nature Center at Cachuma Lake, Santa Barbara California Don and I have worked two seasons as volunteer camp hosts for Government parks. We have enjoyed our camp host assignments as it offers us an opportunity to explore a new area of the country, give us jobs that we enjoy (for … More Cachuma Lake Nature Center – Santa Barbara Hosting Gig