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    30 year Texas officer? I'm sure you seen a few things in your career out of the norm.
    I go to the Mountains to loose my mind and find my soul.

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    I am retired from the fire service 32 years now we run 180 head of Boer goats with our main focus is supplying project animals to the 4H and FFA kids.


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    Here ya go Mule3006. The Terrible Towel pic I was talking about. Me in the trunk. Found it yesterday in my maps and pictures pile of stuff next to the reloading bench

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    Thats funny stuff right there. lol

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    Project Manager for a steel fabrication company in OR. I started there as a hammer swinger in 1991. I started managing jobs about 15 years ago. Now I am the high school dropout working side by side with some pretty awesome Engineers. Makes for an environment where I never stop learning. My only issue now is trying to get out of the chair a little more often during the day.

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    I transport critically ill children for a hospital via air plane, jet, ambulance and helicopter. In high school and college I was a cobbler!


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    Construction materials, landscaping materials and hauling services. All as a means to provide for my family and allow me to be outdoors.

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    I have been a licensed residential contractor most of my adult life, building anything from chicken coops to multimillion dollar homes. The drawback of being self employed is that you have to take whatever work you can get sometimes. Recently I've taken a salaried caretaking job for a very wealthy and nice family's lake home near me. Now I can be a lot more selective when taking on building projects. Being self-employed has allowed me to take several months a year to hunt. I will be a poor retiree, but I've hunted and fished all over the country.
    Live to hunt, hunt to live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonArrow View Post
    I have been a licensed residential contractor most of my adult life, building anything from chicken coops to multimillion dollar homes. The drawback of being self employed is that you have to take whatever work you can get sometimes. Recently I've taken a salaried caretaking job for a very wealthy and nice family's lake home near me. Now I can be a lot more selective when taking on building projects. Being self-employed has allowed me to take several months a year to hunt. I will be a poor retiree, but I've hunted and fished all over the country.
    There is always time to get some investments in to get some retirement.
    I go to the Mountains to loose my mind and find my soul.

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    Casino Marketing here. Not something I ever thought I'd be doing but it's fast paced and keeps me highly engaged.

 

 
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