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Relocating to Durango

I have accepted a position in the 4 corners region and will be moving in the next month or two. Looking forward to meeting up and playing at higher elevations!

I wonder if my old Taco is more Taco or more rust by now.
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Welcome, you can't live in a better part of Colorado. What will you be doing?




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Nice. I'm considering going to school down there next fall. If so, maybe I'll see ya?

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Thanks for the welcome. I am a Safety Professional and will be working for the largest natural gas producer in the area. I have been working in Alaska and commuting from Texas for the past 8 years so living near work will be nice.

My wife and I visited 2 weeks ago and soon after my visit and interview I was called with an offer, I am currently going through the prehire process while continuing my job in Prudhoe Bay Alaska. Durango is a beautiful area and we love the people there and all that the area has to offer. Wheeling, Fishing, Hiking, Skiing(I will learn) etc. What a playground!

I have been a very inactive texas member since about 2002 since my job seems to have me away on every event I have only met a couple of runs but have good working knowledge of working on our trucks. Currently I have a 2006 Tacoma and a 2008 jeep Jk.

I look forward to settling in and getting to wheel some new and interesting terrain.

I wonder if my old Taco is more Taco or more rust by now.
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IDurango is a beautiful area and we love the people there and all that the area has to offer. Wheeling, Fishing, Hiking, Skiing(I will learn) etc. What a playground!
Welcome! Tons to do there, hope they're paying you well enough to be able to afford it!

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post #6 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-02-2008, 06:36 PM Thread Starter
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I hear you on the home prices. WE plan to rent for 6months to a year and purchase before the 12 month IRS relocation period is over so that I can get a better idea before making a final housing decision. . I have a great relo program and I am saving a bundle on airfare by taking this position so the home prices are OK with me.

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Awesome man! We're going to have an awesome group in the Southwest. I'll be right up the road from you in Montrose.

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I look forward to it.

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welcome i live in gunnison, tons of trails around you
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Wow. We're seeing some of the southwest peeps pop out of the woods.

I like it!

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You will love it down there. I am moving back down that way the first part of Jan. Moab is only 3 hr away. Good luck with the move. Once you guys are ready to look for a house let me know. I know of some good realtors to help you guys out.

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Kick ass that we are seeing more action from our SW members! We need a SW chapter director!!




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Kick ass that we are seeing more action from our SW members! We need a SW chapter director!!
I'd be all over that once I get there.

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Thanks for all the warm welcomes!
My start Date Is December 1st. I am in Alaska till tuesday when I come home to Texas for 10 days and head off to check in at work. Movers will do everyting else. Take me a while to get settled in but I look forward to the new area and activities.

This will be the frist time in 8 years I will have a REGULAR work schedule. That means I can go on runs ! Now I wish I hadn't sold my 02 truck, just have to build up something else. .

I wonder if my old Taco is more Taco or more rust by now.
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Oh you'll be itching to rebuild as soon as you see all the amazing within 3 hours of your location! Moab, Farmington, The Ouray Telluride and Montrose area! Seriously I can't think of a better place to live for wheeling!




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