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Old 05-22-2012, 06:50 PM   #11
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What does the job of a host involve?
First of all, you have to agree to stay for a minimum time. Probably a month. Sometimes, it's longer such as the case with Edatlanta. Next, you will probably get a job description. It could be anything such as described above or manning the contact station or working on projects. You will most likely know what's expected before you agree to take the job. Also, you'll know what is provided such as sewer. For me, that's a requirement.:hihi:
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They wanted a minimum 2 week commitment... I took 3-2 week slots over the summer at 2 different campgrounds.
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Seann, congrats! You may have to be nice to people though?
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Seann, congrats! You may have to be nice to people though?
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Seann is a really nice guy. You just have to know him.
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What does the job of a host involve?
I believe it means you have to make breakfast for the whole campground every morning lol.
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Seann, congrats! You may have to be nice to people though?
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why dont you drive over to Yoho's Kicking horse campground between June 10 and 21 and see just how NOT nice I can be...LOL
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4 weeks done 2 left to go in Sept... Had a Cougar (no not the human kind) in the CG for a week but it was scared of people so there were no problems... when it moved on a bobcat came in and took a few squirrels to lunch...
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