Please stay in Alaska. I have yet to come visit and will need a tour guide.
Crazy money, even if for just a year or two may give you a more
flexible options down the road. I had ankle surgery with the goal to
have another kind of flexibility down the road, like hiking in Alaska.
Is there any good mountain biking there? On my bucket list is to do
some bikepacking. The hardest part of bikepacking around AZ is getting
water. Having to purify water from stale sources. I imagine Alaska
would not have such an issue.
How does all this affect getting pilot certified?
At 6/25/2019 09:33 PM, you wrote:
>It's been a wild ride the past couple of weeks. My new contracting job
>got shut down after three months and I was give a one day notice.
>Ouch! Absolutely no fault of my own. They failed the honor the one
>It's been a mad scramble, but it looks like we have a plan in place.
>As soon as the paperwork gets processed, I'll start working as a
>contractor for the company I left three months ago. My old boss (why I
>left) was fired several weeks later. I've got unfinished business--a
>project that is one to tell the grandkids about. But it's for one
>year. My goal is to either get hired for a certain senior engineer
>position in their strategic planning organization, or to leave. In the
>meantime, we'll be working on certain preparations for me to go back
>to work full-time for the company I just worked for in another
>high-level position. So, if I get offered the senior engineer
>position, we stay in Alaska for the foreseeable future. If not, then
>we will likely be moving in a year. Possibly to the DC area.
>Another option is to spend a year or two overseas for some super crazy
>money. Super CRAZY money.
>Regardless, we're looking at what may be our final year in Alaska. The
>thought of leaving makes me sick to my stomach. We absolutely love it
>here. But the opportunities for career growth are limited. I'll be
>working on my options and will try to have something nailed down in
>about nine months.
>With this understanding in mind, I'm going to redouble on the
>photography and put true effort into making some art, instead of just
>spraying and praying. I have shot ONE roll of film since being here.
>The photographic opportunities have been so intense that I couldn't
>take the time to shoot/process/scan anything. But I need to.
>But at the same time, with the increase in hiking and climbing, I'm
>really feeling the need for something small and lightweight. Maybe
>something Micro Four-Thirdsish. Who knows. We just have to make it
>past the next month before spending ANY money.
>Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/