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Are you coming to the OR coast? Have you dreamed of becoming a lighthouse host? Don’t have any firm plans for Sept? If the answer is yes, yes, and yes then come and apply!!! Turns out Cape Blanco has a lighthouse host position open for next month. If you read my round-up of the coast from last year you’ll know that I consider September to be one of the best months in Oregon and if you’ve read my last 5 posts you’ll know how very awesome I think Cape Blanco is (I mean, it literally inspired me to poetry!). If we didn’t already have plans we would stay here in a heartbeat, but sadly we’ve made commitments to move on.
The good news is that means there is a juicy spot open for someone else who might be inspired. You’ll get a gorgeous (free) campsite in a gorgeous spot with a great hosting job, so if you’re interested contact our ranger Greg (either by e-mail or phone 541-332-6774 ext. 5) and let him know. It’s short notice I know, but sometimes the best opportunities in life are the ones that come along unexpectedly. Oh and do let me know if you decide to take up the job!
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