Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Lewis and Clark State Park, weekend #1


Our first weekend at Lewis and Clark State Park has been a busy one. We’ve been assisting guests, selling firewood, helping the interpreter at the amphitheater Friday, Saturday and Sunday, helping sell ice cream treats Friday and Saturday after the amphitheater, keeping track of who is leaving and who is coming in, cleaning sites and fire pits after guests leave, watering flowers, picking weeds and picking up litter. We don’t have to clean bathrooms (rangers do that), but we do check them daily. Tuesdays and Wednesdays are our days off.

So, the first few days we walked a lot of steps until we got our Toro vehicle to drive around with. There’s only two days we haven’t gotten over 10,000 steps. The Toro needs a little work; it kind of bucks now and then and is hard on the back. I think today will be a day of rest.

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We don’t get any TV reception here, but do have free wifi in the park which usually works pretty good. We have Verizon cell service, from 4G 1 bar down to almost nothing sometimes. We are on Central Daylight Time, and at 10:00 at night it’s still light out!

For more pictures, please click here. I’ve started an album for Lewis and Clark State Park and will add pictures with each blog post that you can scroll through. It may take it a little while to load as I add more. You can click on them to enlarge them.


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