Sunday, July 24, 2011
I am not going to live up at Big Sky unless something significant changes; as of right now, Bozeman is looking most appealing.
Lily's commitment cerimony
That's about all. So with that in mind, here are my thoughts....
Work in NYC from mid-NOV to January
Move back up to BOZ and spend the rest of the winter living in Bozeman.
-Midweek Season Pass to Bridger Bowl is around $350, full week is $575.
-Co-op is $35 to join, one-time.
-A room looks to be $350/month+, full apartment as little as $600. I'd prefer to get a one-bedroom apartment or double and share.
-Jobs I'm not too concerned about, something will come around.
I'll hang out in Rochester on both sides of the wedding, to see friends etc. Afterwards I should have a month, and I'll either head up to New England to hitch, hike, swim, relax, and enjoy myself until I head down to the NYC area for some work and Family time.
I've got nine weeks or so free between late Aug and being in Rochester. I'll base out of Bozeman, but want to visit friends in SoCal. I'll kick it in Portland for a bit, and then mosey around.
Friday, July 15, 2011
So rainbow was fun, though not necessarily in the ways which I thought it would be. Afterwards I ended up hanging out for a week with a new friend, talking and learning a bit about myself. I am now in Portland, heading to a park where I will theoretically meet up with some other hitch-hikers for a small gathering. I don't know what to expect, nor how many folks will show up, but I will go anyways.
I will post more after setting up my camp. Both phones are on and should be working, and I am trying to response to all of the messages I received while in the wilderness.