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Old 11-28-2006, 01:15 AM
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Hey everyone. Wanted to stop by and drop a line to everyone down here. Im Usually up in the V10, Super Duty, and Excursion forums.

The reason Im dropping in here is on Dec. 3rd Im moving back to Colorado. I lived in Colorado for about 9 years from 3rd grade through High School. Ive been out here in California for about 10yrs. Im gonna be moving to the Castle Rock area most likely.

Couple questions for the Chapter members.

1. Any Paramedics or EMS/Fire related people in the group? Want some opinions on where to work.

2. Know any good spots to 4x4? Not into rock crawling or anything hard core like that. Done most of my off roading at the Oceano/Pismo dunes out here in California.
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Welcome back to Colorado! The Castle Rock area has some good wheeling and some very good 4x4 groups. Best thing you can do is check out the groups and find one or two you'd like to wheel with.

http://www.colorado4x4.org
http://www.bighorn4x4.com
http://www.coloradofourwheelers.org

There's a few to get you started.

I've no info on EMT/EMS/Fire jobs but I'm betting some folks in those groups will.
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Welcome home!
I can't give you any info on the EMS/Fire stuff, but we do have a whole state for a playground. LOL

Here is a pretty good site for trail info: http://www.traildamage.com/trails/index.php

The trailhead map gives you a good idea of where a trail is and what others are around it. I hope the move goes well for you, keep us posted.

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where do you want to live as far as jobs? always looking to wheel the worse the better
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