Camp Host US Newsletter
July 25, 2006
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In This Issue:
- How Many Hours Is an RV Site Worth?
- Camping Excitement!
- Camp Hosts Needed Now!
1. How Many Hours Is an RV Site Worth?
Multiply the number of hours you are required to work per month times your hourly pay rate. If husband and wife are each required to work one 8 hour day, one day per week, that equals 68 hours of labor per month. 8 hours x 2 people x 4.3 weeks per month = 68 hours. If you are willing to work for the Federal minimum wage of $5.15 an hour, the gross is $350.20 per month. If you value your time at $10.00/hour, then you would be paying gross wages of $680.00/month for the site.
That gives you a starting figure. Then, consider the value of other perks and figure them into the equation. Only you can decide what the exchange package is worth to you.
2. Camping Excitement!
July 21 2006 at 10:14AM
Sydney - A camping holiday was made memorable for an Australian family when a three-metre crocodile tried to get into their tent in the dead of night.
Noel Bleakley told Australia's ABC Radio Friday that the intrusion earlier this week in the Northern Territory's Kakadu National Park had been a shock for the croc as well.
When the family started screaming, "it frightened the poor crocodile nearly to death, and he spun around and headed straight back to the river bank."
The crocodile slammed into a tree before it reached the water.
"He knocked all the bark of the paperbark tree right down to the solid timber underneath, and there were two big wet circles where his nose had slammed into the tree," Bleakey said. - Sapa-dpa
3. Camp Hosts Needed Now!
CAMP HOST POSITIONS - CEDAR BLUFF STATE PARK
If you have a camper and like to camp, Cedar Bluff State Park may have an opportunity
for you. The park is looking to fill a camp host position for the 2006 season. Duties vary
from light maintenance to permit sales. Camp hosts receive a free campsite and may
receive additional pay depending upon duties. For more information, contact the park
office at 785-726-3212 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
"Juicy watermelon replaces tomatoes in this salsa that's simultaneously cool and spicy hot -- perfect for a summer barbeque. Serve it with tortilla chips, or use it as a topping for grilled chicken or fish."
Original recipe yield: 4 cups.
* 3 cups chopped watermelon
* 1/2 cup chopped green bell pepper
* 2 tablespoons lime juice
* 2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro
* 1 tablespoon chopped green onions
* 1 tablespoon chopped jalapeno pepper
* 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt
1. In a large bowl, combine the watermelon, green bell pepper, lime juice, cilantro, green onions, jalapeno and garlic salt. Mix well and serve.