[Chugalug] Network Ops Supervisor & Engineer Opportuntiies
ebwolf at gmail.com
Thu Oct 3 16:00:24 UTC 2013
And if anyone is at all interested in Boulder, Colorado (we are a lot
warmer than Montana), Solidfire has a couple dozen openings (there are
multiple openings for some of these listings):
Let me know. If you're hired, I'll split the referral bonus with you.
Eric B. Wolf 720-334-7734
On Thu, Oct 3, 2013 at 9:56 AM, <kitepilot at kitepilot.com> wrote:
> When I moved to Colorado (from Miami) in 1996 I thought that I was moving
> to the Arctic.
> I found it to be the place where I could go snowboarding in the morning
> and mountain biking in the afternoon.
> In the Winter...
> In the summer it would be white water rafting, or hiking, or hangliding,
> or you name it.
> I've been in and out of Montana for years.
> Both, in the summer and the winter.
> Yeah, yeah, yeah, sometimes is cold, but plying in the ice is FUN!
> I spent 6 months in Alaska a couple of years ago.
> Nothing like 24/7 daylight to drive you crazy!
> Next I hope to spend a full winter in AK, it must be a different
> Now, you are taking this advice from a guy that was born and raised in a
> place where you could sleep naked on the beech year-round and live another
> day (for as long as you didn't die from alcohol poisoning), so it might not
> be most sound advice.
> On the other hand, I used to go shovelling snow on shorts and T-shirts and
> I still take bare-foot walks in the snow.
> Wife says that I am nuts.
> I just think that it is not that bad...
> I'd move back to CO, MT (Western!) in a heartbeat (or AK around
> Achorange!), but I'd have to find a different wife.
> Anyone wants to trade a 45'ish for a couple 20'sumtin'? :)
> Rod writes:
>> very little light pollution.
>> On Thu, 03 Oct 2013 08:45:30 -0400, John Aldrich <jmaldrich at yahoo.com>
>>> Quoting Matt Keys <mk6032 at yahoo.com>:
>>>> Anybody in Montana?
>>> Ugh... Montana... where it's sub-freezing 6 months out of the year. :)
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