BortyTerrain Park Manager, TP Day Crew, Groomer at ski areas depending on the season.
Idk, I like it and I hate it. I'm good at designing park layouts and new features, I'm good at building the park to match those ideas, I'm good at mixing things up, and maintaining features.
On the other hand sometimes I feel like I don't even like winter any more. So much stress. It's a job that's allowed me to travel to some pretty cool places I probably would not have gone, but idk.
I can't necessarily see myself leaving for good at any point, but I definitely think about it regularly now. This is my 11th season in the parks and 14th at ski areas.
I don't wanna tell you how to live your life.... but maybe you should get out and do something else for a while? My home mountain is Washington is like an hour up the highway towards Mt. Rainier way up in the woods by itself and its like a little island. I know guys who have been up there like 20 years and never lived anywhere else or anything and I also know kids from high school who have been up there since 2012 when we graduated and dont have any plans to leave. It's a fun time and all but I think life experience is important IMHO.
Anyways, I'm a wok cook for an Asian fusion restaurant full-time while I'm gaining residency for school. It's pretty fun, wok cooking is super fast paced and actually pretty easy once you get the hang of it. Just got moved from the smaller Panda Express style place where we cook large portions and put them on the line to the owners downtown Bozeman restaurant where I'll be learning to cook more gourmet style single dishes. Pretty stoked. Lots of babes that work in the front, good tips, fun coworkers and night shifts so I can ride during the days. Pretty chyll vibes.