Camp Host Volunteers at the Quilcene National Fish Hatchery
Dave and Connie Slatter will begin their second year as Camp Host Volunteers at the Quilcene National Fish Hatchery (NFH), in May 2014. Dave is a retired computer programmer and Connie a retired high school teacher. Since retiring four years ago, they have been full-time RVers, giving them the opportunity to travel and explore this great country.
For the past three years Dave and Connie have been volunteering at various parks around the United States. They have found that this helps to keep them active and young and a great opportunity to meet new people, learn new things, and explore new areas of the country.
Dave and Connie enjoy interacting and educating the visitors at Quilcene NFH. This allows them to share their excitement and love of nature and the outdoors. Giving tours is always fun and if you're lucky, you may even get several Ya'lls from this Texas couple. If you are a visitor to the area, they will be happy to share their knowledge of the area and the operations of Quilcene NFH.
Dave and Connie find the staff at Quilcene NFH are dedicated and passionate. Everyone is willing to share their knowledge about the processes at the fish hatchery and the history of the hatchery. They are always willing to answer any questions.
During the winters Dave and Connie have been volunteering as camp hosts in the Texas state parks system. They always want the visitors to enjoy the outdoor experience as much as they do.