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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-27-2008, 12:03 PM Thread Starter
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Whats up every1. heres the scoup.. i ride a 06 600rr and live in MI. me and my friend are planning on moving to MT in 3 months. heres the thing tho. were the hell will we move to! im a firefighter/emt/construction. hes construction. either of us dont have work yet but were are tired of MI. work sucks no jobs and housing is amazing but super expensive. we are looking to rent a house with property for we both have dogs(american bulldogs)and hes got a lab. we both hunt, and wondering were is a great place for work and very very open land with wildlife and rivers and mnts all around. lol kinda sounds like brokeback mnt when i think about it but were not gay lol....really im not. so if you could help us out and gimmie the scoup on MT i would greatly appreciate it greatly!
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lot of you MI people here in WY below MT. there is awesome riding out here and in MT. i cant really say much about job situation up there but here costruction and the energy fields are freaking booming like mad. its crazy I have seen more MT tags lately more then ever also down here for the jobs.
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We do have grat riding(half of the year) and more jobs than people, just dont expect to much as far as pay goes. What kind of job will you be looking for?

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pretty much anything....that pays. I work for the fire dpt so ill be looking for fire jobs when i get there.
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What towns have u been thinking about? any ideas or friends out here?

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What towns have u been thinking about? any ideas or friends out here?
nope no friends, looking at missoula or kallispell, just me and my dog are moving out there

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you could always look into sheridan wy its only 35 miles to the border. sweet mountain riding in that area.
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Sounds like a good plan! Great riding around Missoula. The weather is a little warmer on that side of the mountains also. Kalispell is getting a little built up and yuppie(expensive!) but a great place none the less. One of the highways from Missoula to Helena is rated as a national top 10 ride! Tons of twists and good tach peggin straights(not that I would ever peg my tach)-----

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Just got my first bike a few weeks ago, I live in Missoula and there are plenty of places to ride that are beautiful. I would ride with you, granted I am not on a sportbike as of yet but that should change next season.
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well the construction is on the rise here. and always looking for emts. if my bikes up and running this summer ill ride with ya.
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