Embling, Elizabeth oral history interviews

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Fraser River
Paddlewheeler Tours

Elizabeth Embling is a server on the M.V.Native; she started working for PaddlewheelerRiverboat Tours in May 2013. Prior to working on the New Westminster waterfront Emblingworked in a pub in a marina on Bowen Island. She also worked on a train that toured theFraser Valley for 6 years. From the experiences she gained in hospitality at those places,Embling felt well equipped to work on the Native. She especially felt that a lot of skillstransferred from her experience working on the train. Embling started doing narration within the first 2 months. When she is not working on the Native, Embling also works part time in the film industry. Overall, she feels that working with Paddlewheeler Riverboat Tours has given her new experiences, such as learning how to tie up the boat, and she speaks very positively about her work environment.

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Interview with Elizabeth Embling