Update: Wow! The power of the blog… reinforcements have already shown up and looks there will be plenty of help out here for the month! Thank you!
We went to our orientation yesterday for our October Cape Blanco volunteer gig. It seems two, not one, couples cancelled last minute on their commitments for October.
And the two remaining volunteers besides us are solo.
So, instead of having 8 volunteers to rotate shifts around – there are only 4 of us this month.
We were able to thankfully extend our stay here for an extra two weeks to help out, but we do need to leave by mid-month.
That will leave only 2.
So, if anyone is roaming around the Pacific Northwest this month with flexible plans – there’s openings here at Cape Blanco Lighthouse!
You can come be our neighbor in that lonely wooded spot next to us, or come relieve us later in the month.
You’ll serve about 17 hours a week and get a full hook-up site in exchange. Plus a super cool windbreaker jacket, hat and water bottle – not to mention the amazing experience of working in a fully operating lighthouse on the western most point of Oregon!
I know that Greg Ryder will appreciate ANY extra help he can get out here this month.
October is supposed to be both a very light month for the tours AND fabulous weather. You’ll get a great private feeling site in one of the most magnificent campgrounds in the county (seriously, and we’ve stayed in a lot) with ample trails, beach access (we were hanging with a pod of seals earlier this evening!) and even Verizon LTE cellular service!
So, if you’re up for it – give Greg a holler at email@example.com . We’d love to have you as our co-hosts and neighbors.
What’s the gig entail? Here’s the details: