Today I have to say goodbye to the place that I have called “home” for the last six months. Mesa Verde National Park has been a place of many discoveries, and I’m not just talking about the Ancestral Puebloan dwellings! Coming back for a second season was a very wise idea reflecting on it. I learned so many things, and had many opportunities to grow both professional and personally! I meet so many neat people, that I will remember always. This park will definitely always have a place in my heart. Being furloughed this season was quite frustrating and terrifying. … Continue reading Seasons Come and Go
Well, I have decided to make something positive come out of this shutdown and have created a coupon for purchasing prints of my photos on my Photography Page! If you purchase more than $10.00, using the coupon code SHUTDOWN2013, you can receive 15% off your entire purchase! To get started click the photo below or the link above to head to the site. Then just click “My Photographs”, “All My Photos”. Don’t feel like buying anything, don’t worry, I’m not offended, but feel free to leave comments on any photo you do like! 🙂 Continue reading Shutdown Coupon!
The tenth day of the government shutdown, and I am still “jobless”. However, I was surprised to see snow today! Sorry, this will be a post of just pictures, but please check out my (updated) Support Our Parks page! Continue reading Winter Blues … and yellows, oranges, and pinks!
Welp. I’ve been furloughed… which you would think that it would be fun and enjoyable, to be stuck in a National Park. However, the employees who are living there are not allowed to go on any trails. Here at Mesa Verde National Park, we cannot even go to any of the sites! So instead, we live in a ghost town area. I remember earlier during the summer, just begging for visitors to stop walking down our personal “service road only” where our houses are located. Now I would love for that to happen! When you work in a National Park, … Continue reading Twiddle My Thumbs