First, I’d like to apologize for the late post. I was majorly sick for a couple weeks. I still have a rough cough and have been having a tough time sleeping.
For those who saw my post on Facebook with the hint of telling you what I have been doing work, I admit that I had got completely side tracked in my last post talking about how I started instead of what I’m actually doing now.
I currently work seasonally as a Hospitality Supervisor at Big Sky Resort, in Big Sky Montana.
A good well rounded description of my duties involve:
- Making sure that when the guests check in and are satisfied with their stay at one of the two hotel locations that I am responsible for.
- Working with the housekeepers and partnered departments to ensure we’re in top shape.
- Inspect the rooms as a final check before we approve that room ready for check in.
This is me going to the bus in Bozeman. The bus arrives typically at 12:35 – 12:45.
This is the stop I transfer at to get to the resort. We typically arrive here at about 2:30. It was a gloomy day, but still so beautiful.
This is me arriving at the Summit Hotel at 2:50. I begin work.
This is one of the rooms after it’s been clean and inspected. With it being later, Turndown service has also been provided by yours truly.
(I decided to get a little artsy on it a bit. I’m not sure if I could get dinged on the full photo as it’s on hotel property. At the time, I was technically a employee.)
This is me excited to leave at 11. I know you can’t see much because I’m already on the move. It is also pretty pitch black at the bus stop.
This is me on the bus at night waiting to go home. This bus arrives at 11:35.
We arrive at about 1:00-1:30, where I then walk back to the hotel, get ready to go to bed. I sleep until about 8:00 and do it all again the next day.
You can tell that I have a pretty long day. I do get my two days off a week, and usually together. During those days I kind of chill out. The one tricky thing of the winter is that you kind of want to stay inside and just sleep on your off days. Unfortunately, while I did plan to explore, I didn’t want to constantly Uber around as the expense adds up in the end. I spend about an extra 50 dollars a week to get to and from the gym.
I have one week left to go, and I can’t wait to talk about the next adventure…