I've started a job here: www.hiddenmeadow.com
I'm training to be a "recreation lead" person. I will take guests hiking, teach them fly fishing, do leather crafts and wood working, and occasionally canoeing on a pond there. Also archery and BB guns. Sounds like summer camp, doesn't it? They say I will be working with a lot of kids, as many families go to this place.
Anyway, I am still in the learning phase, have only worked two days there last weekend, and today I start a four-day week there. It's 17 miles from my house, including 7 miles of dirt. Always the possibility of seeing elk, deer, antelope, or other animals on the way there, too!
When we came back from our winter in Yuma in early March I looked around to see what jobs I could do that were mostly outdoors. I don't want to spend my life indoors! First, I got the job driving the school bus, which at least will keep me from being stuck indoors all day. School is out for the summer right now, though. I applied for 5 Forest Service jobs, but didn't get one. Oh, well. I also still have that job sewing backpacks for wildland firefighters, which I'll be doing when I'm not working at Hidden Meadow. It's indoors, but I need the work.