Beautiful sights

Beautiful sights
Horses at blue water Lake state park

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

A busy week


Our horses have been hanging around and supervising!



This week has been busy as I've been busy getting some volunteers recruited for later this fall, and also for next summer!  I have also been getting the exit sheets ready for a volunteer and her husband who are leaving after today!


I have also been getting myself ready to take the wife's place at the fee booth, in addition to my own shifts!



If we don't man the fee station, people just don't pay!



I'm going to stay up here out of the way while you're so busy!

I've been getting a "traffic counter" ready to be mailed to another state park, and ready to take it to the UPS store.  (They are only open for two hours a day due to the fact that the driver is also the office man!

I've been ordering the supplies that we need for the new volunteers, and contacting them to get their sizes!

I've been ordering their name tags, and hats etc.  Also, have been checking on some applicants' background and Sex offender Registry status!

Also getting their entry packets ready and having all that ready for the fall and for next year as well!

Would you please quit messing around?
We moved from one campsite to another, and that was a job for ME as well! I had help from two other volunteers, but the dogs didn't lift a paw!  (The cat didn't, either!)

I'm supervising!




I'm exhausted!

8 comments:

  1. By heck you are busy. I hope you are appreciated for all your hard work.

    Love the horses. What was the critter in the tree?

    Fleur looks very excited about the new camp site:) Power looks eager to go and explore.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and for your kind comments.

    Hope you have a fab day.

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    1. Sue, the critter in the tree is an owl!

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  2. You're having a busy time lately! I hope you get a chance to do some of what Fleur is doing ;)

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    1. I am taking a bit of time each day to collapse!

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  3. It looks like supervising everything was hard work for your crew!

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  4. Funny how they don't pay if the booth isn't manned. Looks like not helping is a tiring venture.

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  5. that is neat seeing those campers right near the water.

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