I have met some great people on my training so far and tomorrow will hopefully be learning more about what I will be doing as the Science Communicator. Right now the Interpreters are starting to brainstorm for programs and I’m getting jealous. It’s an exciting feeling when first entering a park to try to pin point what it means to you, and what you hope to share with everyone. There are so many possibilities that it can get very hard to pick just a few. It’s also very stressful, but I’ll just remember the excitement. I hope I get this … Continue reading Thoughts in the not so dark
Final destination: Katmai National Park and Preserve, King Salmon, Alaska As I sit here in Anchorage, Alaska at the airport, I look around to see everyone greeting each other. It’s like everyone knows each other, its a pretty welcoming feeling. … Continue reading Colorado > Texas > Missouri > Michigan > …
This summer I will not be returning to Fishing Bridge in Yellowstone, instead I will be catching a flight and heading to Katmai National Park and Preserve in Alaska. This is the first time I have ever visited Alaska and the first time I will be working in a park that is only accessible by boat or plane. Continue reading I’m going to ALASKA and I’m kinda freaking out about it.
As I look back to a time when people began asking me “What do you want to do when you grow up?”, I remember with struggling with just picking one thing. I wanted to be a Landscape Architect. Today it … Continue reading The Feeling Of Being Lost
So far my adventures in Yellowstone as a Ranger have my defenses up. If you’re ready to fight, I’m good to go. I don’t like feeling this way, and I worry that it is going to give me negative encounters … Continue reading Defensive Walls Go Up