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I used to think 50% of snowmobilers are self employed contractors, but after a lot of reading here, I think I may be wrong . Whats everyone do for work?
 

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Im currently unemployed, but when my uncles pizza resturaunt starts up soon im gonna be a delivery driver. :3gears:
 

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tech at arctic dealer, currently laid off (dead sales :banghead: :banghead: )
 

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work for a masonry contractor supposed to be laying but mostly tending good money either way
 

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Wood Floor and Roof Truss sales. Wall panels too! Busier that shit in the summer, but lotsa time to ride in the winter! :beerchug:
 

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Originally posted by stevefromwestford@Sep 16 2005, 07:50 PM
using their computer and on this site on there time? you must be one of those union guys i was reading bout in the other thread
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I do what they tell me, if they don't tell us what to do then we have to find ways to intertain our selfs.
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Nurse, currently going back to school so my husband can retire!!!
 

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I currently own 2 companies with 4 in the burner in the next year....

right now i own a steel building contracting company, a fire and water restoration company. I am opening the royal lepage real estate office here in central newfoundland, I am developing a water bottleing plant here, and peddleing computers from my house.

hmmm, time? there's not enough of it.l...
 

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I work for Hannafords doing refridgeration so I can get mix cold fix in the middle of july
 

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Proudly serving my country. Security Forces with the United States Air Force. Pay isn't the greatest, but the benefits are awesome. I have seen and will see things my friends from home can only dream about.
 

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I have two businesses, Pathfinder Sno-tours and Rentals, with a fleet of rental machines, and in the summer Pathfinder Kayak Touring and Rentals. Two terrible jobs, but someone has to do it! :cn:
 

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Originally posted by pathfinder58@Sep 19 2005, 08:22 AM
I have two businesses, Pathfinder Sno-tours and Rentals, with a fleet of rental machines, and in the summer Pathfinder Kayak Touring and Rentals. Two terrible jobs, but someone has to do it! :cn:
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yeah we all feel so bad for you ... JERK!!!! :smilielol: :lol2:

***now that ive called you a jerk how much are the kayak tours and where do you do them from ...never been so i ll be looking to not drowned :smiley-faces7:
 

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Originally posted by strangeland2@Sep 19 2005, 03:43 PM
yeah we all feel so bad for you ... JERK!!!! :smilielol:  :lol2:

***now that ive called you a jerk how much are the kayak tours and where do you do them from ...never been so i ll be looking to not drowned  :smiley-faces7:
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I tour people on the Connecticut River below Pittsburg when enough water, the Androscoggin below Errol, which is a lot of fun even for rookies. Also do a lot of flat water wildlife tours like the channel up East Inlet, which is between Second and Third Connecticut Lake. Cost depends on size of your group and ranges from $35. - $65. per. :div20:
If you come and bring ten of your firends kayaking you can call me anything you like. It is a lot of fun, and you get to meet people from all over the country.
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Originally posted by pathfinder58@Sep 19 2005, 07:41 PM
I tour people on the Connecticut River below Pittsburg when enough water, the Androscoggin below Errol, which is a lot of fun even for rookies. Also do a lot of flat water wildlife tours like the channel up East Inlet, which is between Second and Third Connecticut Lake. Cost depends on size of your group and ranges from $35. - $65. per.  :div20:
If you come and bring ten of your firends kayaking you can call me anything you like. It is a lot of fun, and you get to meet people from all over the country.
pathfinder58 :cn:
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good deal i ll keep it in mind
 
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