Fancy Hosting On the WA Coast In June?
Pre-Post Note/ What an fabulous response to my Alaska post! If you’re at all interested in Alaska and haven’t checked the comments I highly recommend you do. There are far more people going this year than I imagined and many more that shared their insight & memories. Love it!
We interrupt our regular blog schedule for another quick public announcement. The ranger at Cape Disappointment State Park called me a few days ago to tell me he’s gotten some last-minute cancellations for June (next month). These are interpretive host positions at the Lighthouse (North Head) and the Museum (Lewis & Clark). The museum will take single volunteers, but the lighthouse prefers a couple. We volunteered at Cape D last June and enjoyed it so much we’ve signed up again for this July/Aug. It’s one of the lightest/easiest volunteer jobs we’ve ever done and the location couldn’t be better.
The park at Cape D is one of the most coveted areas on the Washington, known for it’s amazing beaches and dramatic cliffs. Nearby Long Beach, WA is a cool beach-town while Astoria, OR (just across the bridge) is one of our fav towns on the Oregon Coast with an outstanding weekly farmer’s market, excellent food (and BEER!) and super-cool Victorian architecture. Plus there is tons of Lewis & Clark history here as well as hiking all around Cape D and across the bridge near Fort Stevens.
So, if your schedule is flexible and you’re interested in the job please contact the ranger(s) at Cape D ASAP:
Steve Wood or Erin Webster
If you want to read about the lighthouse job read on here:
On The “Job” At North Head Lighthouse
And more about the area here:
Cape Disappointment WA – It Most Definitely Does Not…
Beer & Buddies – Astoria, OR
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