I spent my last 10 years (out of 30) doing just that.I'd go back to building spec. Simple homes for simple people. I'd draw them, build them and sell them after they were done or almost done without all the headaches of actually dealing with the buyers and their demands after all that is my only complaint in this business. Perfect lifestyle IMO.
No question for you, but was wondering about warner. The comversation was about driving drunk, just related it to operating a crane stoned.I smoked an oz . every week for nearly 14 years !! You got a question ?
The wife just got her first real job. RN, 55k to start, free benefits. Not too bad.
I just got my CDL permit and working towards a millwright/rigging position which should lead to crane certification. I turned the opportunity down last year, supposed to get it again in April.
I have known a couple of old Millwrights....Mill wright. I can always piddle around in the evenings and weekends.
Kind of looking forward to a 7 to 3:30.
It's right up my alley, been getting things working that have been left for dead years ago.:laughing:I have known a couple of old Millwrights....
absolute geniuses at making stuff work, fabrication and repairs...:thumbsup:
Outstanding and honorable trade.
Good Luck to you Darcy...:thumbsup:
Griz if you get a chance sip some, Very Old Barton real KY bourbon i have a friend that buys by the case when he goes to KY. :thumbsup:having a vineyard/winery would be very cool....
High end distillery for fine sipping Bourbon....
Maybe a restaurant...BBQ, Steaks & Sea Food...:thumbsup: