Monthly Archives: March 2010

It Happens to Us All

Today is the middle of my week, since I’m working Sunday through Thursday this week. Hump day. I know there is a lot to do. My supervisor is gone this week for Spring Break with her own kids. She left … Continue reading

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The week in pictures.

Lesson #1 from this week – NEVER, under any circumstances, ever let go of your camera. Exhibit #1: While judging a science fair at the local elementary school, some fourth graders thought it would be funny to balance a bird … Continue reading

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Timing is Everything.

I really wanted to share with you all a pair of my current socks that are OTN. I don’t usually work with yarns that have a lot of cotton in them, but this yarn was a gift – and a … Continue reading

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Job Hunt Update

It can be said that National Park rangers migrate more than the animals we protect in our parks. My internship is complete here at Rainier, and I’m volunteering until: 1) My replacements are trained, and2) I figure out where I’m … Continue reading

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How to Lose a "Conversation" with a Ranger

Yesterday was one of those days. It was snowing at Paradise – and in the 30’s – and people were showing up to snowshoe in shorts and flip-flops. I led the first showshoe hike. It was a good group, engaged … Continue reading

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Day At The Museum

Thankfully, our Charlie the Cougar hasn’t come to life like in the movie Night at the Museum. That’s all I would need! LOL

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Thoughts

I wrote earlier about my ‘blankie’. (Hey, I work around kids a lot. They rub off.) Anyway, I just read this article from the National Parks Traveler website: Reader Participation Day: If Cost Were No Object, Which National Park Would … Continue reading

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