hypocritexposer said:There's nobody to work in Montana, they're already employed. :wink:
Faster horses said:I just found out yesterday that my cousin is going to Minot to
drive truck. He is 26 years old, served two tours in Afghanistan,
was injured three times, once very badly and HE CAN'T FIND
WORK IN CALIFORNIA. He has gone to truck driving school
and found a good job in Minot so he and his family are moving.
I wish them the best. If he can survive Afghanistan, he
should be able to survive a winter in Minot. Anyway, they are
excited. So much for jobs in the state of 'the land of plenty,'
At least he looked for work, didn't think someone owed him
hypocritexposer said:Many people in Alberta are not opposed to living in an RV, whether long term or short, when working in the patch. Is that an option?
Oldtimer said:hypocritexposer said:Many people in Alberta are not opposed to living in an RV, whether long term or short, when working in the patch. Is that an option?
They're living in old rail cars in parts of ND...Problem with R.V.'s is the winter... The old airmen used to say there was only one place colder (and windier) then Glasgow AFB or Minot AFB- and that was Tule Greenland...