*Split shifts: 8-4; 10-6
*Start at 8am, prep the bus: pre-trips, fueling, washing
*Start the first run by 8:30.
*Chat with the staff and volunteers while getting them to their sites.
*By 10:00 the first Special Needs Guests (mobility challenged) request the bus.
*We welcome them to the park and chit chat about their interest and give them suggestions on what is happening and where to visit within the park.
*We explain how the system works and check on them throughout their visit with a wave or a chit chat as we have time.
*Top speed on the park is 15 km per our so it is very laid back and relaxed.
*We can get pretty busy and will have to prioritize our pick up and deliveries.
*The hardest part of our job is saying goodbye to our guests at the end of the day.
*I love talking with the varied guests from around the world.
*Every guest from the youngest to our oldest guests teach me to see things differently, even when I see them every day.
*Day ends for me at 4:00.
*Drivers split shifts so little overtime.
*Park closes to guests at 5:00 pm but we stay to get the staff out and are done by 6:00 at the latest.
*Sometimes we are request to drive the bus for functions: Lots of fun and craziness.