One of my favorite things about living in my present location, is having the elk walk around in the mornings. Some of the people staying in the campground was also out getting pictures of them today. It was even nice seeing so many campers around. The campground had been rather empty for the last month.In total I counted about 18 elk all through the campground this morning, but the glare from the sun made it impossible to get pictures of most of them. I wonder how many campers had ever seen a wild elk before. I see them a couple times every week now and still find them amazing.Yesterday was the busiest that my store has been since I returned here in July. I was so glad for work to be over last night. I don’t even know if yesterday was a “paid holiday “. Not all companies I have worked for include it on their list of paid holidays. I start my training for the post office job on Tuesday. I am hoping that’s not so crazy busy. My back was killing me as I walked through the campground to get home. I go back into work at 1:30 and will be bringing Aleve in with me just in case tonight is another super busy night.Did you know that Labor Day became a federal holiday in 1894? If you are like me and don’t know much about the history of this holiday then I will share this link with you.https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/2020/09/10007185/labor-day-history-unions-2020
☆EDIT☆ I just got a text message from my boss, telling me to come in at noon. OMG, another crazy night coming up.