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Working at Sleepy Town
2012-12-23  06:36:27

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It's as easy as explained below. It's just how I would have described it myself, but someone else were just a step ahead of me. 

We are three people who rotate on the lift, and in the morning we start up the lift together and do a lot of checks, etc.. Then one of us will go up to the top to work there for a few hours, while one stays in at the bottom and talking with guests and bumping lifts. The third person is at break and that could either be at 9, 11:15 or 13:30 and lasts for two hours. It's a easy job and the day passes quickly, the hardest thing about being a liftie is to stay awake in the top shack. That's a big challenge, I promise you. 

Otherwise you have to do snow maintenance, keep track of guests so no one hangs out off the lift or goes around the bullwheel at the top. That's about it I guess, pretty sweet hey? 

On my way to work at the top. You'll get to see beautiful sunrises or you can get frostbites from the wind. Tee Pee Town is probably the coldest, slowest and oldest lift, but it's great to work at!
Jobba i Australien och Kanada


Härligt det ser ut! Man ser att solen tar med alla dina fina fräknar.

2012-12-23 @ 07:54:25
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Emelie Persson
Stockholm, Sweden

In this blog I'm writing about my life as a backpacker and a seasonal worker. I've been traveling the past five years and just can't stop. I'm simply too dependent and the grass is always greener on the other side they say... I hope to inspire and help other Travellers by sharing my experiences through this blog. If there's any questions, don't hesitate to write a comment or contact my mail. And remember, a little comment will inspire me to write more often!

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