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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSurArcher View Post
    I get to go to work at KUIU every day, loving every minute of it.
    You suck!!! Lol jk that's awesome so fill us in on awesomeness please!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by N.Y.ArcheryMadMan View Post
    I agree with the Special Type of Women....


    And I'm referring to the ones who actually stay, not their 3-4 exes a piece

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    Tried it once and really didn't work out.

    Years ago (in another life!) when I lived in California I had a 30' sport fishing boat. Licensed it commercially and got my captains lic. Used to take clients fishing and then commercial fished for rock cod. Barely broke even and worked my butt off. Bad part was I had a family and had no medical insurance. Could'nt do it now...too many fishing restrictions commercially.
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    "My Father always considered a walk in the mountains as the equivalent of church going."
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    I also chased another dream pre wife and kid. I had 3500 to burn. I hit the practice pen and roped my ass off everyday after work. Turned steer after steer team roping. until I literally couldn't miss. A couple weeks went by and I found a circuit that was 80% payback. I hit the road and didnt read the fine print. Its 80% payback based on 100 teams. (100 teams never showed up) the 10k for first place wasn't happenin. After six weeks of pounding pavement and sitting 1,2,&3rd in the series I was outta of expendable cash. Back to work I went. Scored a bunch of bob berg buckles but still hanging pipe.

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    Since last December, I've been proofreading and editing the articles in the Eastmans' journals - I was reading the magazines anyway. Now I have a hand in how well they read. I love it. Good people, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoshour View Post
    Since last December, I've been proofreading and editing the articles in the Eastmans' journals - I was reading the magazines anyway. Now I have a hand in how well they read. I love it. Good people, too.
    That sounds like fun! Writing has always been a past time of mine. Never ventured into it professionally because its my last straw. As in last thing I have thats not work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSurArcher View Post
    I get to go to work at KUIU every day, loving every minute of it.
    Bigsur that's awesome. What exactly do you do there?

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    I used to guide fisherman for Walleye when I was 16 for a guy that knew I could catch Walleye. I got $100 a day and thought that was a pretty good deal being as young as I was, but when it became a job it just wasn't fun anymore. Did it for the summer and that was it.
    Shoot STR8

 

 

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