After 14 days of training, and about a month of working, I've finally come to the point where I feel like (more of) a pro (day) guide (!)
This is how nervous I get for trips now...
or maybe it's this clear...
(Aka one day at work I had an extra 5 minutes, so I snapped those views)
I even got out of the car...
The views off the Skagway lookout
(aka my 'Oh shoot we have way too much time' driving pull out)
And just a random pic I took one morning...The Dewey's covered by some clouds.
And we celebrated National Juggling Day!
And I took more random pictures...
Because how do you not take 1 million pictures of these mountains?
And I even had some fun at work!
I've been getting better at cooking.
Cool thing is that this is fairly common now. I take care of myself.
One of the really cool things I got to do recently was get eaten by tons of mosquitoes!
Aka Trail Work!
Crushin it.This view is what we're building the trail for.
I work here.
And some more random pictures...The Ghost Ship!!!
And then I drove home on this road
(This is also the road I do long runs on. Definitely spoiled out here.)
PERSONAL BACKPACKING TRIP
As cool as the people I work with are, sometimes I do try to get away.
Because places like this
Help me feel at peace
More on that trip can be found at this link:
And once I've had my peace, it's time to get rowdy!And a great meal to finish the day with
And here are a few pics from my last epic day off:
Aka my favorite thing ever...
With some of my fav peeps!
Also, this is what Skagway does when it gets a thunderstorm:
Everyone goes out and checks it out!
And I'm working on a Return of the King book review, I'm reading Once a Runner now, and I'm basically just trying to have lots of fun in Skagway!