Wednesday, April 20, 2016


Meeting Everyone

I got out of the safety of the bus entering a new and unknown environment. I didn’t know what to do or where to go. Luckily, someone walked up to me just seconds after I set foot on the ground. She introduced herself and I already felt a bit safer. We went to the office where I got to know a whole bunch of people. I shook many hands and learned new names that I tried my best not to forget. It was just time for lunch which would be a great opportunity to meet everybody else. I walk inside the dining room and everybody was helping to set up the table. First I just stood there again not really knowing what I was doing here but then someone asked me if I wanted to help and I gladly accepted. Here you get included into everything the second you arrive. You feel part of the team already and that makes everything a bit easier. I tried my best at small talk with various people and already learned a lot about them. You step into a community of people who are all so different but still share a lot of similar interests. I have never felt that included and accepted so fast before in my life. The next day I had to fill out a lot of paperwork which kept me in the office but luckily I was asked to come and learn to feed the horses. That way I learned more about how things work around here and I could get away from all the paperwork and actually connect with more people again.

I have now been here a week and I still learn so much about everybody here. Not only that but there are also new people arriving all the time so you constantly learn new names and personalities. I like talking to the people here. It is interesting to know why they came here or what they are planning to do afterwards. I already know that I want to stay in contact with a lot of them after I or they leave again.


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We are a licensed guide outfitter and we conduct guided wilderness adventures throughout our 5,000 square km operating area. This guide area has been operational since 1880, making it the oldest in British Columbia. More about us HERE.

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