Last night I headed to work and was actually about 3 minutes early! For those of you that don't know me... this is a rare phenomenon. Anyway, I got to the office and Andrew was already there and Philip followed shortly. Then two of the newer guys and Randy (kind of our boss) showed up and we loaded up in the trucks. Lucky Philip and I got the one with no radio and no AC. So it was windows down and singing for us. Rock Show and Swing were the main songs of choice. Yeah... just picture that. Two bathing suit clad white kids singing Swing at the top of their lungs in a super old 4Runner towing a trailer full of kayaks to the middle of no where. It was a good time. :)
We got to the loading area and unloaded all the kayaks, washed em out, blah blah... There were two large groups so instead of putting them all in one big 50-something people tour, we kept them in the two groups. Andrew, Philip, and I took the first group of about 30 people and then Randy and the other guys took the second group later. I love working with Andrew and Philip and we seriously had a great time, even though Philip and I would really have enjoyed sleeping. We had a super fun group, which included two guys in a double that felt the need to hit on me the ENTIRE tour. I mean literally following me around, calling me their sweetheart, the whole nine yards. Normally, I would have had a few choice words to say to them. However, this is a business in which tips are greatly appreciated. So I fired right back at them, flirted shamelessly, laid out that southern charm so thick that Philip and Andrew were looking forward to checking out the tip jar after the tour to see how much "Momma Hoss" brought in. Haha. WEEELLLLL... a nice older gentleman gave us $11. The two ridiculous guys... nothing. We were all shocked. But hey, $11 is $11 and that was just enough for us to get some McDonald's on the way home and eat in the bed of Andrew's truck. Nothing like fine dining at 12:30 a.m.
It's a good life. :)