Less than four weeks left of the summer season at the North Rim Grand Canyon, it’s a mixed bag of happy and sad. It’s been an exciting summer filled with National Park Service Centennial fun. But after six months of work I’m ready for the season to be over. Yet it’s always difficult to say goodbye to the canyon. Especially when I don’t know where to go for winter.
This winter I’d like to go someplace warm and exotic, without breaking the bank. Preferably south of the equator. A few considerations: Cuba, Central &/or South America, Southern Africa pulls at my heartstrings, New Zealand and Australia are just too expensive, Cabo with friends, truck-camper through Mexico or the Baja…
Saving money as a seasonal employee is tough for me. Doesn’t feel like I have that many expenses but the cash just seems to flow out as much if not more than it flows in. Not too excited about spending over $400/month for rent at a RV park in Kanab, Utah where it also gets cold.
The only event so far on the winter calendar is the Grand Canyon History Symposium November 4-6. The last one was awesome and I learned a lot.
Or maybe I’ll just do nothing. I’ve been feeling in a slump lately. Tired. Tired of working. Tired of being busy all the time. Lacking focus. Time for change for this gypsy gal. But what? And where to go for winter? I’m feeling the lost and don’t know what to do end of season blues.
Plus wherever I go, I have to move two RVs.
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