Hosta June was sitting in a parking lot on a busy road in a busy part of the U.S. state of Oregon when a young woman stopped to talk to her.
“I want to see if you’ve got a shark tank,” she said.
“That’s the kind of thing that I’ve been wanting to do for a while,” June said.
June is an avid shark enthusiast.
When she first got to Oregon, she was a few months into a year-long stint on the West Coast.
It’s not uncommon for people to live off the grid, living in RV parks or basements.
“In the summertime, it’s really easy to not have any heat,” she told me.
“In the winter, it gets very cold.
You just kind of feel like you’re trapped.
I just felt like I needed a place to stay.”
The summertime is when people will likely be staying.
June lives with her family in a trailer park, which is located in a remote area of central Oregon.
She’s got her own place for her family to stay, but the rest of her family’s camp is scattered throughout the county.
The area is also pretty isolated, with only a few other people in the area.
It was here that June met a man named Nick.
The man who started the Shark Tank program, Nick Danneman, said that he’s the same guy who helped host a documentary on Shark Tank.
It aired on Fox News in May, and has since garnered more than 200 million views.
In the past, Dannemen has hosted Shark Tank and hosted a show on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, but these are the first times he’s done so as host.
As the host of Shark Tank, Danceman will be able to hire people for the program and pay them to participate.
It also means that people like June can now afford to stay at home.
The program, which has attracted more than 70 different guests, will begin on Friday.
The first show is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. on Wednesday.
If you want to watch the first episode, you can watch it at hosta junes.com.