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Need Park Help
Christmas Mountain Village in the Wisconsin Dells is in the process of recruting park hands. We are looking for anyone interested in putting forth their input, helping fascilitate moves/ builds, and raking/ shoveling for pre-season and in-season park operations. For your efforts you could receive a season pass, and discounts on hard goods, food and beverage. We are looking forward to bolstering the parks program at our resort from an almost non-existant state to a leader among the midwest resorts. This is something that will take some time and hard work. With the help of the park users I hope to put a large dent in this task this season. Many rails need to be built and competitions need to be planned. Any help from potentail park hands out there would be greatly appreciated.
U lazy bums within 30min of the Dells better step up or I'll have to track some of u bitches down and stalk. Stalking is fun but inefficient.
Season pass does sound dope but living in chicago and driving up there all the time aint no walk in the park.
U need to hook up with the first cougar u see with a ski rack and bring her to the Dells and spend her money for her. Get her to join the top of the mountain club, u know real classy stuff n shit. Big gulps and a Flobots cd would make for a nice seduction of the old gal.
Well for the best of the best you might want to start by purchasing a cat with some hydraulics and tiller mader for building park features, this is realy one of the only ways to make a good park. Then you need a driver who rides. you can't have one without the other. If the cat driver doesnt ever ride then its like a blind man trying to tell you what colors look like.
if I lived closer i would be all about it
haha you make a good point
this is about what I was going to say. parks are like 97% cat driver, and 3% park crew. The only thing the park crew actually does is lift rails into place and shape some of the smaller lips.
hm, i might be interested in this.
"Training? Nah, we're just goin' out there havin' fun every damn day."
- Tom Wallisch
I just took over the Mountain Manager position at Christmas Mt. Came from Christie Mt. where I have been building , maintaining and riding the parks for the last 11 years so I am confident I can turn the park program around. Christmas Mt. does have a Park bully that they purchased 2 years ago. I think that a park crew is the best way to get the riders remarks and opinions back to the park builder. I see a big value in an unbiased park crew member that tells it like it is and doesn't just try to get their favorite type of hit out in the park all the time.
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