Bill can simultaneously play the harmonica and guitar! Here he is doing just that at "Playa Escondida," Baja.
I've been driving for GT since '94 and have been pretty much everywhere we go in that time. Now, having spent most of 2001 putting that acquired knowledge to good use in the GT office, I'm anxious to get back on the road again!
I'm not sure any amount of life experience can truly prepare you for life as a GT driver, but I guess mine has been as varied as any. Let's see-- I've been a surfer in San Diego in the late 50s-early 60s, a hippie in LA and San Francisco in the late 60s-early 70s, an itinerant guitarist playing in all manner of bar bands all over the country from the 70s to the 90s, and now this! Along the way I've had to support myself with actual work such as: sailboat builder, forklift driver, insurance adjuster, house painter, motor home plumber, lumber delivery driver, head shop manager, security guard, and my favorite: zookeeper/tour guide/naturalist at a sea turtle zoo in Key West!
The things I love the best about being a GT driver, aside from meeting cool people from all over the world, are all the great swimming holes we go to both hot and cold, jamming around the campfire, and anything in Mexico! I especially love Baja-the desert, the mountains the beaches, the people-there's truly no place like it on Earth! Hope to see you there!