More good than bad...you get back what you give.
First cook (Former Employee) – Northern Alberta and BC – 9 December 2015
Camp cooking can be very rewarding; especially with the right team and crew. few bad apples but for the most part good hard working family people. Harder living and work at the Rigs compared to the big camps....while you work hard there with bigger work loads but one station and much more facilities. The rig kitchen uses much more brain power and more skill as you do all meals and baking. Once you get your routine down, time flies.
Either way, it's a big change from normal life. To be honest, basically everyone is there for the money.
Long way from home...lonely at times