Denver job and wheeling?
I have a really good chance at getting an entry level engineering job in Denver. I have had a couple of phone interviews and coming out next week.
Logisitcally I need to sell a vehicle.... and I have to make some sacrifices to move out there (first "real" job out of college). I am planning on selling my sas taco and purchase a single cab 4wd 5spd and have really small all terrains on it. And then sell my subaru and use the extra money to pay off some student loans and have a little bit comfier move in.
How is the wheeling if you have a stockish vehicle, 27 all terrains, sliders and a lockright? I need to wait a while to actually get into heavier wheeling for a little bit.
Oh and the job is in Arvada, and suggestions on places to live? I am pretty sure I am going to find a roommate or rent a place to live.
I am General Corrosion
Corrosion: - 97 4runner 2.7 (fat and slow) lost but not forgotten
Shorter Bus: - 98 taco 2.7 300k miles (fat, old and slow) lost but not forgotten
Short Round: - 97 single cab (2' of sheet metal) Now doing pizza delivery
Too nice: - 99 4runner 3.4 5spd ski/expo wagon