Mesa Verde was a surprise for me. I did not know it existed until I started looking for jobs. Once I began to do research on what this place protected I found myself being pulled in. The more I read, … Continue reading What does Mesa Verde mean to me?
What an interesting question, to my knowledge we just call them wild turkeys? 🙂 Haha! So began my research in the different species of wild turkeys there are throughout the United States. Most of my coworkers believe that turkeys are … Continue reading “What type of Turkeys do you have?”
I hope you read the title of this post to the tune of “let it snow let it snow let it snow”. I made it. I made it across the country (pretty much) to my first winter seasonal position with … Continue reading And it Snows And its Cold And it Snows
Every Wednesday on Twitter at 9:00pm EDT there is a thing called #ParkChat. Where people who love the parks (both State and Federal) answer questions with each other and discuss different topics. Its only about an hour long and I … Continue reading When my Twitter Friends made me feel famous
Yellowstone Has Teeth A memoir of living year-round in the world’s first national park Marjane Ambler “Written with grace and intimacy, Yellowstone Has Teeth shares the untold stories of the men and women who live and work in Yellowstone National Park and … Continue reading Book Review – Yellowstone Has Teeth