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Old 01-22-2008, 12:58 AM
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So what do you folks do for a living?

I started a landscape maintenence company a few years ago after putting in 20 makin 'Huggies', the shiftwork and rotating schedule about killed me, the wife suggested I do something that I enjoy and I havn't regretted the move into this field yet. And the Winter Vacation is nice to have also.

My wife is a Dental Hygienist, absolutely loves her job and works 4 days a week.

We work Monday to Thursday and take 3 day weekends so we can fish our fannies off.


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I try to get brown boxes off the brown/yellow trucks and onto the white trucks. There's alot more to it, but that's the game essentially.
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Old 01-23-2008, 02:38 PM
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I work at a beer distributor
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Old 01-23-2008, 03:22 PM
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I started in the wood truss industry 12 years ago at the bottom. Currently I am a designer for the same company. I use to break my back all day, now I sit behind a computer drawing roof systems. That explains why I have plenty of time to spend here.
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I am a part time guide, but my bigger source of MY income is from playing in a Rock and Roll band on the weekends. My Hubby is the bread winner. Works for a heavy equipment company as a wrench, but looks like he has a promotion of sorts in the future.
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Old 01-23-2008, 04:17 PM
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RETIRED......with a pt. fly shop....smile...........fish 4 days, open for 3.... cant beat it...........
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I am a part time guide, but my bigger source of MY income is from playing in a Rock and Roll band on the weekends. My Hubby is the bread winner. Works for a heavy equipment company as a wrench, but looks like he has a promotion of sorts in the future.

Joni,
What kind of Rock and Roll?
Ever play in P.C or S.L.C?
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Old 01-23-2008, 04:46 PM
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I would also like to know what kind of Rock and Roll.
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International lawyer. Unfortunately, for much of my career I was in "fly-fishing remission"; when I think what might otherwise have been on my trips to Chile, New Zealand, Argentina, Siberia, Belize, etc. it makes me sick.
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shop foreman for chevy/ saab dealer.
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