Friday, February 20, 2009

Snowshoeing in Rocky Mountain National Park, CO

Lafayette, CO - You could argue that looking for work is worse than actually working. It's a hell of a lot of work, and it doesn't pay very well. I compare it to feeling sick. You feel like crap, but no one gives a damn because you're not actually sick... yet. But to be fair, if you have something better to do (say napping, for instance), it's much easier to take a day off from looking for work than from actual work. That said, taking days off from looking for work, doesn't really help in the goal of finding work. Maybe finding work is over-rated. Going back to my analogy, when you feel sick, you don't strive for a cold. Then again, being sick doesn't put money in the bank.

Ok, so I'm rambling again. Point being... I still need a job. If anyone hears of anything (interesting or not at this point) please let me know. Here is a link to an online resume I put together with VisualCV: I still need to do a bit of formatting, but it's an interesting way to present yourself.

Now... Change of Subject. This past weekend Suwei and I took off for Rocky Mountain National Park to not look for work. The plan was to go snowshoeing and do a bit of car camping. Jovie and Jake joined us for the camping portion, choosing to do a little back-country skiing instead of trudging around on snowshoes.

Anyway, here are some photos from the trip:

Day 1 - Glacier Gorge and The Loch

Day 2 - Wild Basin & St Vrain Creek

Check the link below for more photos:

Snowshoeing, Rocky Mountain National Park, CO