Well besides the weather, the place is getting very busy. Since my last posting we have had the cabins rented almost every weekend and the lodge rooms I would say about half have been rented as well.
We have everybody here now with one couple doing housekeeping with us and two other couples working the office in the lodge, one of them help us out when they can. Right now the Woodcarvers are here which takes up most of the lodge. Now that is not to bad but they will be checking out this coming weekend and right after that, like the next day, The Brothers of the Third Wheel will be here for a week. They are a motorcycle group that ride three wheelers.
I am really confused on some issues when it comes to dealing with people. We all had a training day and all were shown how to do things here and what to do, but it seems that some don't understand the simplest of things. They have been told to do this after you clean rooms and do that but they just don't , won't or can't do it. What we have established here just seems to make it easier for everybody but all I see is making it harder for them and everybody else. Now I know as we get older our brain isn't like it use to be but we can still take notes. We have shelves that are marked where things go but I still find things in the wrong place. Very frustrating. Is this what I have to look forward to when I get their age?
When I reach "The Golden Years" will I lose the ability to read, recognize different colors, not follow simple instructions or not care for your fellow worker? If this is the case then I don't want to be around anybody at all. So put me in a room until I die.
Until next time, be safe.