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Old 07-29-2013, 07:31 AM   #41
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@rob28 Hi Rob, Glad your results were good and why do you say the grass is greener over in Ontario?
The UK has a population of approx 65million. Canada has 30million.
You could fit the UK into NW Ontario. Even though I live in Ontario, it's still a 20hr drive for me to get to Toronto.
The big benefits are space, low crime rates (we live in a city of 8000), friendlier people, housing costs, disposable income, recreation.
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Not the typical user here I see. I am at the other end of the age spectrum.

66, retired last week. Just sitting on the back porch today. WVU grad, Marshall grad, worked for the state parks lots of years but retired from our own pawn shop, life is good!

Looking forward to spending a lot more time in church, maybe on some mission trips. Pretty right leaning, lots of guns including a couple of 1919A4 belt feds.

Old Vietnam grunt vet. Just very happy with life and wife, kids and grandkids.
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im 20 years old
been with my gf for 3.5 years now
going to college for a degree in instrumentation technology, less then a year left!
i manage 2 businesses, a trucking company and my dads cabinet shop
yes, i am a carpenter, ive been woodworking since i was 10
i love my gf, God, my family, guns and my country!
i have once been to canada, but countless times to mexico
i have a 3 legged cat
i love all types of music, house, metal, spanish, hard rock, rap, not country though :p
@LaBalaDePlata Thanks. Instrumentation Technology sounds cool. What is it? That is good you are 20 and managing 2 businesses. Do you have any pictures of your wood work any where on this forum? I have been to Canada lots of times but mexico only a few times.
A 3 legged cat? What happen?
And I love all types of music. KingRanch4Life got me listening to my first country song. He posted a video with Georgia Florida Line playing and I played that dang video so many times, that I had to download it cause I liked it so much...ha ha ha
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The UK has a population of approx 65million. Canada has 30million.
You could fit the UK into NW Ontario. Even though I live in Ontario, it's still a 20hr drive for me to get to Toronto.
The big benefits are space, low crime rates (we live in a city of 8000), friendlier people, housing costs, disposable income, recreation.
@rob28 Okay cool. I want to visit the UK one day. I heard it is nice. I have been to Ontario and Toronto. Did you consider moving to the US or was moving to Canada better?

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Not the typical user here I see. I am at the other end of the age spectrum.

66, retired last week. Just sitting on the back porch today. WVU grad, Marshall grad, worked for the state parks lots of years but retired from our own pawn shop, life is good!

Looking forward to spending a lot more time in church, maybe on some mission trips. Pretty right leaning, lots of guns including a couple of 1919A4 belt feds.

Old Vietnam grunt vet. Just very happy with life and wife, kids and grandkids.
@Dunrollin Awesome and congratulations on your retirement. yeah there seems to be a lot of the younger gens on here, but I love it though. I just turned 48 back in May. So a lot on here is my son age (my son is 27).
Where ya sitting on the back porch at? Glad life is happy and nice for you. Best wishes on your mission trips. I would like to know where you want to do missions at?
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@LaBalaDePlata Thanks. Instrumentation Technology sounds cool. What is it? That is good you are 20 and managing 2 businesses. Do you have any pictures of your wood work any where on this forum? I have been to Canada lots of times but mexico only a few times.
A 3 legged cat? What happen?
And I love all types of music. KingRanch4Life got me listening to my first country song. He posted a video with Georgia Florida Line playing and I played that dang video so many times, that I had to download it cause I liked it so much...ha ha ha
automation technology basically. i deal with electrical/mechanical parts and Programmable Logic Controllers.
i do have some pics, i need to dig through my phone.
haha i didnt know KR liked country. my cat mysteriously broke a leg one day, hes okay just last night he caught a nice mouse. in the field.
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Hey y'all.

I'm 47, Canadian, and work underground in a gold mine. It's a departure from my previous engineering/management background, but I love the work and the pay scale leaves ample extra income for fun.

I have played the drums my entire life, as my old dad was a professional, and I used to play in the live music bar scene for years. The highlight of my music career was playing Talladega Speedway a few times for the spring and fall races.

We lived in the deep south for almost 10 years, in the low country of SC and in Birmingham Al.

We became active in Greyhound racing and adoption while living in the south, and currently have three retired racing hounds. We currently work with a local group to promote and facilitate greyhound adoptions across western Canada.

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I'm on my third marriage, because I'm easy going and not difficult to live with at all. I have two daughters from my second marriage, aged 21 and 18. They are very pretty and worry me to death.

I listen to every genre of music, but I find that I've been listening to country more as I get older.

I'm a champion drinker of alcohol, and have an almost super human tolerance. On a good day with the right company, I can consume a couple of 24 cases of beer. I call it my gift from God. I like to have a few Vodka and clams before I start drinking.

I was around at the dawn of the computer age, and became fascinated with technology. I'm a bit of a gadget geek, and waste a lot of money on electronics.
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I'm a champion drinker of alcohol, and have an almost super human tolerance. On a good day with the right company, I can consume a couple of 24 cases of beer. I call it my gift from God. I like to have a few Vodka and clams before I start drinking.
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@Dunrollin Awesome and congratulations on your retirement. yeah there seems to be a lot of the younger gens on here, but I love it though. I just turned 48 back in May. So a lot on here is my son age (my son is 27).
Where ya sitting on the back porch at? Glad life is happy and nice for you. Best wishes on your mission trips. I would like to know where you want to do missions at?
Thanks! We are just off I77 in Princeton, WV, on what I call Gardner Mountain, hence the need for 4 wheel drive. Right now our main mission is nearby, we are building Gloria's House on Bent Mountain, it is a beautiful place. Our church is also helping build a church in the Philippeans and maybe I can get over there sometime. I am just putting up a page on Gloria's House at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Glori...44854295713896

Some pretty exciting folks here, underground gold mining! Look to see that on Discovery Channel soon.
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haha i didnt know KR liked country. my cat mysteriously broke a leg one day, hes okay just last night he caught a nice mouse. in the field.
@LaBalaDePlata Okay that sounds cool. I'm in the IT world. KR likes everything. He said he listens to all kinds of music. He had "Tell me how you like it" playing on the video he posted. Listen to it. You may like it. I love it. I even downloaded their Cruise song with Nelly in it. Now I have 2 country songs...LOL And mu husband just told me about another one I may like, so I will have to listen to it and find out. Outherwise, I like just about all genre of music. Yikes a mouse...Okay. As long as the cat don't bring it in the house... ha ha ha
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Thanks! We are just off I77 in Princeton, WV, on what I call Gardner Mountain, hence the need for 4 wheel drive. Right now our main mission is nearby, we are building Gloria's House on Bent Mountain, it is a beautiful place. Our church is also helping build a church in the Philippeans and maybe I can get over there sometime. I am just putting up a page on Gloria's House at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Glori...44854295713896

Some pretty exciting folks here, underground gold mining! Look to see that on Discovery Channel soon.
@Dunrollin Okay cool. I have passed your way lots of times. I'm from Columbus Ohio, so when living in SC I traveled I-77 up to I-70. Also when I was a truck driver, I went that way a lot. I also met my husband in Wheeling WV. I loked at the FB page. That is nice that you are helping troubled women. May God continue to bless y'alls mission ministry.
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Hey y'all.

I'm 47, Canadian, and work underground in a gold mine. It's a departure from my previous engineering/management background, but I love the work and the pay scale leaves ample extra income for fun.

I have played the drums my entire life, as my old dad was a professional, and I used to play in the live music bar scene for years. The highlight of my music career was playing Talladega Speedway a few times for the spring and fall races.

We lived in the deep south for almost 10 years, in the low country of SC and in Birmingham Al.

We became active in Greyhound racing and adoption while living in the south, and currently have three retired racing hounds. We currently work with a local group to promote and facilitate greyhound adoptions across western Canada.



I'm on my third marriage, because I'm easy going and not difficult to live with at all. I have two daughters from my second marriage, aged 21 and 18. They are very pretty and worry me to death.

I listen to every genre of music, but I find that I've been listening to country more as I get older.

I'm a champion drinker of alcohol, and have an almost super human tolerance. On a good day with the right company, I can consume a couple of 24 cases of beer. I call it my gift from God. I like to have a few Vodka and clams before I start drinking.

I was around at the dawn of the computer age, and became fascinated with technology. I'm a bit of a gadget geek, and waste a lot of money on electronics.
@Jjayf Wow that's surely a career change. I went from Long Distance truck driving to Network Analyst. Electrical Engineering courses kicked my tail (the higher level calculus and physics) so I changed my major to Computer Science. I love it.
Playing at Talledega had to be so cool. I have been living in the Lowcountry (Charleston Area) since Jan 2000. My husband is from Beaufort, SC.
And I love technology too. Can't spend too much money on goodies because of furlough days and 2 kids in daycare. Got to be on a budget for now...ha ha ha
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My name is Kevin, I'm 19 years old soon to be 20 in October. I am a Ford guy by choice and Canadian by the grace of god. I work at a Professional Truck Accessories shop as the 'everything' guy. I am going to the states to learn Spray In Box Lining in these next coming weeks. I've been a Mechanic at Ford and a Bodyman. I live in a 'city'/town of 80,000 people now (it's getting over populated sadly).

I spend my days going to work Tuesday to Saturday, I love my job and the people there. 8:30-5pm. Then I get to meet my lovely woman after work to spend my evenings until the next day. I spend my days off working on my truck always finding ways to improve it.
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@Jjayf Wow that's surely a career change. I went from Long Distance truck driving to Network Analyst. Electrical Engineering courses kicked my tail (the higher level calculus and physics) so I changed my major to Computer Science. I love it.
Playing at Talledega had to be so cool. I have been living in the Lowcountry (Charleston Area) since Jan 2000. My husband is from Beaufort, SC.
And I love technology too. Can't spend too much money on goodies because of furlough days and 2 kids in daycare. Got to be on a budget for now...ha ha ha
When we were in SC we lived in Beaufort on Lady's Island for a while, then Walterboro and finally Hampton. SC was our favorite, and had the company not closed, we would likely still be living there. Great people and great times.
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My name is Kevin, I'm 19 years old soon to be 20 in October. I am a Ford guy by choice and Canadian by the grace of god. I work at a Professional Truck Accessories shop as the 'everything' guy. I am going to the states to learn Spray In Box Lining in these next coming weeks. I've been a Mechanic at Ford and a Bodyman. I live in a 'city'/town of 80,000 people now (it's getting over populated sadly).

I spend my days going to work Tuesday to Saturday, I love my job and the people there. 8:30-5pm. Then I get to meet my lovely woman after work to spend my evenings until the next day. I spend my days off working on my truck always finding ways to improve it.
@KevFord1993 Being that you work in a professional truck accessories shop, is your truck all mod and decked out? Do you have a lot of goodies added? I would end up spending most of my paycheck in the place... Ha ha ha. That's good that you love your job and enjoy what you do cause so many people hate their jobs.
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When we were in SC we lived in Beaufort on Lady's Island for a while, then Walterboro and finally Hampton. SC was our favorite, and had the company not closed, we would likely still be living there. Great people and great times.
@Jjayf Yeah we lived in Dale, SC, Lady's Island, and Charleston area (Ladson, Goose Creek then Summerville). SC is nice. We just wanted a change of pace. New faces, new places and new stuff to do. In Atlanta area there is Aleah's something going on. How did you make it all the way to Canada? How long have you been there? I can't do the cold, snow and ice anymore. Ha ha ha.
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@dzlbudman that's good you love your job. A few people on here said they love their job. I visited a John Deere museum up near Rock Island, IL a while ago. It was nice. John Deere everything. Where from the east coast are you from? MAC trucks are nice. I drove one for a day a Long time ago. We drove KW and Frieghtliners. Bummer about your relationship not working and yeah this forum is cool. Lots of good looking eye candy trucks on here. :-)
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@Jjayf Yeah we lived in Dale, SC, Lady's Island, and Charleston area (Ladson, Goose Creek then Summerville). SC is nice. We just wanted a change of pace. New faces, new places and new stuff to do. In Atlanta area there is Aleah's something going on. How did you make it all the way to Canada? How long have you been there? I can't do the cold, snow and ice anymore. Ha ha ha.
Born and raised in northern Canada. Snow and cold is what we do.. Lol. I was in the south for work. We moved from SC to Bama after the company I was at went under. When the economy turned bad, we headed home and I took up mining. A 45 year old desk jockey going underground is a pretty big stretch..
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Born and raised in northern Canada. Snow and cold is what we do.. Lol. I was in the south for work. We moved from SC to Bama after the company I was at went under. When the economy turned bad, we headed home and I took up mining. A 45 year old desk jockey going underground is a pretty big stretch..
Ha ha yeah no doubt. What's it like? Is it as scary as some I'd those mines you see in TV where toxic gases build up and all that stuff? I don't know if I could do it. :-)
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@KevFord1993 Being that you work in a professional truck accessories shop, is your truck all mod and decked out? Do you have a lot of goodies added? I would end up spending most of my paycheck in the place... Ha ha ha. That's good that you love your job and enjoy what you do cause so many people hate their jobs.
Not quite yet! I'm a resilent modifier. I'm not into big lifts and tires :b I have a mint looking truck probably doing some stuff next year

Trust me I know! I put 10 grand in one week on my old truck hah. And one of the salesmen put 15 grand into his Chev easily. We deal with people all over Canada
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