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I think California would be pretty cool good weather big trees beaches and bikinis

 

Haha yeh true.:thumbup1:

 

Martin,Looking at canada next year possibly,whats the majority of the kind of work you do?lots of big doug firs..?

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Same here Adam, got a possible job offer on the table in Canada. Just got have a chat with the boss and see if it will work for both me and them and then break the news to the wife if I decide I want to have a crack. Lot of water to go under the bridge yet though.

 

 

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Same here Adam, got a possible job offer on the table in Canada. Just got have a chat with the boss and see if it will work for both me and them and then break the news to the wife if I decide I want to have a crack. Lot of water to go under the bridge yet though.

 

 

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Oh cool,Where abouts?

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Have a few options I think but possibly Alberta. Like I say, it's at the very basic stages at the moment and nothing has even been discussed apart from a meeting over coffee while I'm over in the US. It might not go ahead yet but working for the Council is starting to take its toll so I need a few options.

 

 

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Have a few options I think but possibly Alberta. Like I say, it's at the very basic stages at the moment and nothing has even been discussed apart from a meeting over coffee while I'm over in the US. It might not go ahead yet but working for the Council is starting to take its toll so I need a few options.

 

 

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Cool,Was in Calgary,pretty boring city tbh,but only 2hr to the rockies.Hope it goes well,great country.

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The only place I've worked is Scotland , I love it from now till about June , then the midges come out , and when the rain starts it's wonderful , you can't beat wet trees for soaking you !! Last year was real wet . But that's life !

If I was younger I'd head for Canada or the States , dry with big trees I bet the money is better too .

TS

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Have worked a few winter seasons skiing in British Columbia, Canada and lots of the guys I worked with spent the summer season working forestry. There is lots of work and good pay, almost stayed out the and wish I had sometimes.

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The only place I've worked is Scotland , I love it from now till about June , then the midges come out , and when the rain starts it's wonderful , you can't beat wet trees for soaking you !! Last year was real wet . But that's life !

If I was younger I'd head for Canada or the States , dry with big trees I bet the money is better too .

TS

 

True Enough.:thumbup1:

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Have worked a few winter seasons skiing in British Columbia, Canada and lots of the guys I worked with spent the summer season working forestry. There is lots of work and good pay, almost stayed out the and wish I had sometimes.

 

Yeh i was in Vancouver back in october,such a great city.

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