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UK National Trust Seeking Ranger For Remote Island

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Might interest one of your adventuring readers:

http://www.charitytoday.co.uk/national-trusts-new-farne-islands-ranger/

Could you be the National Trust’s new Farne Islands ranger?

Fed up with the rat race? With no running water and thousands of puffins as your only neighbours, a new National Trust vacancy promises the ultimate escape.

it’s a wildlife enthusiast’s dream – promising jaw-dropping sunrises, a one minute commute and one of England’s largest seal colonies on your doorstep.

This job isn’t the normal 9 to 5. Being good with PowerPoint isn’t a priority.

“We’re looking for someone with a passion for wildlife and conservation – and who wants to share that passion with others.

Applications for the position of ranger close on 7 February, 2017. To apply visit:

https://careers.nationaltrust.org.uk/OA_HTML/a/#/vacancy-detail/46353.

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Anonymous said...

Similar Job Offer

Wanted: Part-time hermit

The Austrian town of Saalfelden in the state of Salzburg is looking for someone to live in a nearby hermitage which was built more than 350 years ago in steep, rocky cliffs.

The Austrian town of Saalfelden in the state of Salzburg is looking for someone to live in a nearby hermitage which was built more than 350 years ago in steep, rocky cliffs.


http://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/offbeat/job-opening-in-austria-part-time-hermit/ar-AAmf9ZL?li=AAggNb9&OCID=AVRES000

http://www.thelocal.at/20170113/wanted-part-time-hermit-to-live-in-austrian-cave

The deadline for applications is March 15th, 2017. Anyone interested in becoming a hermit should send their CV, along with a letter explaining why they want the position, and an up-to-date photo, to Pfarramt Saalfelden, zH. Herrn Dechant Alois Moser, Lofererstraße 11, 5760 Saalfelden.

Anonymous said...

Interesting Folks
Wish I would have been so brave/fearless

http://globalnews.ca/news/3207684/couple-globetrotting-for-17-years-heading-home-with-4-kids-as-souvenirs/

Couple globetrotting for 17 years heading home with 4 kids as souvenirs

Herman and Candelaria Zapp never imagined when they set out on a six-month road trip to drive from Argentina to Alaska that they’d arrive back home more than 17 years later.

Herman and Candelaria welcomed four kids into the world during various stops on the map, including Canada.

The Zapp’s, who did it all while touring in a vintage vehicle nearly 90 years old -- 1928 Graham-Paige
(would any "modern" vehicle last this long?????)


https://www.facebook.com/herman.zapp/

http://www.argentinaalaska.com/blog/Welcome-alaska

http://globalnews.ca/news/3207684/couple-globetrotting-for-17-years-heading-home-with-4-kids-as-souvenirs/

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