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Old 01-02-2010, 12:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just got a trip booked, a guy is relocating out to california and he will drop me out anywhere I want between there...

Here are my predicament, I'm Junior in college now and Im taking a break inspired by one of my teachers actually. I think I can make it. Im a Georgia boy who has connections in Seattle,WA... Snoqualmie, I have made several cross country trips, but I had a car at the time... This time im going solo on foot with a bookbag with plenty of supplies and something to hold my board and im good. With my experience I feel like I can hold my own and find a job somehow mabe as a server with all my experience.

DO you guys have any ideas on what towns I should start looking at and consider relocating too? I have till the 8th to decide.

Dont worry I have plenty of money saved up for emergency reasons, im just trying to stay on a very bum like budget.

Im doing this till the winter season untill I start school back in the Summer
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Lake Tahoe, Portland, Seattle, Summit County....any place with snow.
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Old 01-02-2010, 02:21 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Ive done some contracting work in Seattle, In the Burien area, its like 30 minutes from Snoqualmie and season pass right now is pretty cheap, if anybody in that area know of some camp family places in the area that would be great. I have availble housing in Seattle but thats just for emergency reasons, cant stand living with homebody
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I know a lot of campsites and national land parks get shut down during the winter. You aren't planning on camping out the entire time?
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not the entire time, just a few day spurts, I have family in Burien Washington just in case, ill work on finding a job also
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