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Sodar
11-01-2006, 05:02 PM
I just got my first REAL job and I love it, except one thing... the commute! When I interviewed and negociated for the position, they were talking about locating me on a jobsite about 15 miles from my home, which by Los Angeles traffic standards equates to about a 35-45 minute commute. Well, I was placed 39.7 miles from my home, which has equated to a 40 minute commute in the morning (I am totally fine with this) and a 2+ hour commute home in the evening.

Being new to the working/career world, do I just grin and bear it for the 3 years until we finish the project or do I say something and attempt to get on the job I THOUGHT I was going to be on?

Dan K
11-01-2006, 05:09 PM
I commute about an hour each way. I do not enjoy city driving at all. I have a company supplied vehicle but wouldn't mind having some type of public transportion that would enable me to make this time more productive. Get books on tape.

bcampbe7
11-01-2006, 05:09 PM
I say grin and bare it... Why were you not put on the job that you interviewed for?

My commute is about 20 minutes (15 miles) no matter what time of day it is.

erkoehler
11-01-2006, 05:12 PM
I commute 35 miles to work each way. In the mornings I don't have to be to work until 10 in the "off" season so I miss the majority of the AM traffic, but it still takes about 45 minutes. During our peak season I have to be to the shop by 9am and that means I'm in the middle of traffic and it takes me anywhere between an hour to an hour and a half.

In the evenings, on average it is an hour unless I leave between 4 and 5:30. Then, it is a minimum 1.5 hours.

Jwhitsett1129
11-01-2006, 05:14 PM
I am about 2 miles from the office. On a good day I am here in 3 minutes, but on a bad day it can take up to 4...:D

Sodar
11-01-2006, 05:14 PM
I got put on a highrise condo complex at UCLA! It is like driving into enemy territory everyday! HA HA!

Sodar
11-01-2006, 05:16 PM
I am about 2 miles from the office. On a good day I am here in 3 minutes, but on a bad day it can take up to 4...:D

I would kill for that!! Someday when I start my own company I want to have a set up like that!!

ttu
11-01-2006, 05:17 PM
5 blocks from my house to my office. sometimes i ride my bike.:)

sanjuan23
11-01-2006, 05:18 PM
Well it's about 4.5 miles from door to door I usually give it about 10-15 minutes depending on who's loading freight that day. Dam trains take so long to move out of the way. I empathize with your situation my first job out of school was at minimum an hour in the morning and 2 hours in the evening commute. :mad: :mad:

Monte
11-01-2006, 05:19 PM
About 15 mins any time of day.... 25 if I drop off or pick up the kids....

bigpack20
11-01-2006, 05:20 PM
I go about 30 minutes all Highway.

richardsoncd
11-01-2006, 05:22 PM
12 minutes in the morning, 10 minutes in the evening (all right turns). But I am thinking of moving to Atlanta, so my commute will probably become 30 minutes to an hour.

That blows Sodar, but being the first job...probably have to grin a bear it, or find a buddy that lives near by and crash at his place.

Maristar210
11-01-2006, 05:24 PM
Suck it up kid. Mines 35 minutes each way. My biggest issue is not traffic it's the damn deer !!

JKTX21
11-01-2006, 05:28 PM
I commute about 40 miles to work one way. Sometimes it takes 50 minutes, and sometimes it takes an hour and a half. Don't get discouraged, stick with your job, move, and/or keep an eye out for new oppurtunities! Good luck

Archimedes
11-01-2006, 05:31 PM
15 minutes each way door to door. Wouldn't have it any other way. I did the long commute thing for years and would never go back to it again, for any amount of money.

jpattigr
11-01-2006, 05:31 PM
Past my Kitchen to pick up Coffee and then my office is on the right. About 1 min from the bedroom at walking speeds.
However my warehouse is 150 feet out the garage door and I often have to make that long trek most days also!!
I do also have to travel by Planes, Trains and automoblies some days to go see some customers!!

pram
11-01-2006, 05:35 PM
4 miles give or take. 10 - 12 minutes hitting all of the red lights (5) on the way. I too did my share of commuting, 50 miles each way, it's ok if you have someone to share the drive with, sucks if you are by yourself

Sodar
11-01-2006, 05:37 PM
it's ok if you have someone to share the drive with, sucks if you are by yourself

I just put my name on a carpool list at UCLA... hopefully I can find some little cutey that wants to carpool with me! That would make things a WHOLE lot better!!

JimN
11-01-2006, 05:41 PM
My cousin worked at the Ontario airport and lives in Walnut. Quit complaining!:D

2 hours by freeway or surface streets?

Sodar
11-01-2006, 05:45 PM
Walnut to Ontario is MAYBE 20 miles!!!

TMCNo1
11-01-2006, 05:48 PM
20 seconds from pottie to paint brush, but I commute 4 minutes to the restaurant for coffee to participate at the "Table of Knowledge". Business is in the basement/garage/carport.

dmayer84
11-01-2006, 05:58 PM
Just started my first "real job" back in August and my commute is 2.5 miles, depending on jersey traffic it can take 20 minutes.

east tx skier
11-01-2006, 06:03 PM
Grin and bear it. I'm fortunate to have a 15 minute commute regardless of time of day. My wife commutes an hour each way.

Leroy
11-01-2006, 06:04 PM
30 minutes each way for me, 25 miles. If I were going in the other direction it would probably be 1.5hours each way.

Can you shift your work time Cameron? Sometimes that helps.

Tryin-again
11-01-2006, 06:07 PM
About 3-4 miles - 6am - 5 minutes
5pm - 15 or so..... Unless I stop at my regular bar - then 2-3 hrs... :D

BrianM
11-01-2006, 06:13 PM
Depending on the day I either commute about 40 miles which takes and hour or about 15 steps which is about 10 seconds.

My on site office is the hour commute. When I don't have to go there I work from home as much as possible.

JimN
11-01-2006, 06:15 PM
"Walnut to Ontario is MAYBE 20 miles!!"

And at rush hour(s)? 2-4.5 hours, depending on how many ijits are out, doing ijit things. There's also no fast way on surface streets from the airport, either. It's OK now, she stopped working there.

Sodar
11-01-2006, 06:21 PM
"Walnut to Ontario is MAYBE 20 miles!!"

And at rush hour(s)? 2-4.5 hours, depending on how many ijits are out, doing ijit things. There's also no fast way on surface streets from the airport, either. It's OK now, she stopped working there.

Yeah, all those freeways out that direction are horrible, between the 10, 60, 57, 15, and 91 there is not any good choice!!

Are you from Southern California JimN?

maristarman
11-01-2006, 06:22 PM
My commutes 30 minutes to an hour in the morning.

45 minutes to an hour and a half in the evening.

You may want to wait a little before you start ruffling feathers about job assignments.

More often than not, there are usually plenty of people waiting in the wings to take your "real job" that you might not think is that great.

Farmer Ted
11-01-2006, 06:23 PM
be a suck up and work two hours overtime and leave when the traffic has thinned out

the boss will like the fact that you're dedicated despite your hidden agenda

if you're not able to work overtime, find something to do to for a couple of hours and then head home when traffic isn't so bad

M-Funf
11-01-2006, 06:32 PM
I think you should suck it up, but make sure they know you're not completely thrilled with the change to your work location...not too much, though. Gotta remember that CA is an "At-Will" employment state...

I've had all different kinds of commutes. From 10 minutes to 4 hours...

Currently, I'm 25 miles from work. It takes me about 40 minutes most of the time. I carpool with the wife since her work is near mine, which helps.

JimN
11-01-2006, 06:35 PM
Nope- suburb of Milwaukee. Long story but my uncle ended up in CA when he was 3.

She's really close the the 60 and if she gets stuck on 57, it's not the end of the world. IIRC, her husband works in Garden Grove.

pq2
11-01-2006, 06:54 PM
3 minutes from home, 5 when traffic

87 TriStar 190
11-01-2006, 08:50 PM
37 miles and about 40 minutes. 4 of us in a carpool. I've been doing this for 26 years. We had 5 guys until last week, but we had to 'restructure'. If you carpool, make sure you are all compatible and get the courtesy rules up front. Biggest benefit this summer was the tollway put in Ipass automated tolling. No stops. They still get my money, but I don't feel it so much anymore. If you ride yourself, get books on tape. The local library has them for free. My drive is all interstate, cruise control, except summer Friday evenings. Good luck with your decision. I say, go for the hottie carpooler. I've carpooled with a few and it adds to your day.

trickskier
11-01-2006, 08:56 PM
50 miles one way, one hour home to office. 60K+ miles a year!

suedv
11-01-2006, 08:57 PM
I drive 15-20 minutes each way depending on traffic. I used to have a job that was only 5 minutes from home.

Funny how your personal perspective works. When I changed jobs a couple of years ago I kind of thought it was not a good thing take a job that far from home... a waste of gas. Now I look at how much other people drive and I feel like I work pretty close to home.

Jerseydave
11-01-2006, 09:02 PM
I'm on the road 10-12 HOURS each day (I have a route business selling deli meats and cheeses).

Lucky for me I like to drive, so it doesn't bother me.

tex
11-01-2006, 09:19 PM
morning-30-45minutes
evening 40- 1.30
No traffic 25 minutes.
I like the drive home better...I get a martini after the drive...I wish my work would let me have one when I get to work in the morning!

Ryan
11-01-2006, 09:31 PM
Congrats on the job!

Cameron, I'd suck it up and work late or go to the gym in LA for an hour and then head home. I'd suggest flex time, but I doubt that's an option on a job site. Then again, why doesn't your group work construction hours?

I used to have 0 commute time working at home (except the airport). Now I'm commuting to Irvine more often, and soon to be always. 30 min-AM, min 1 hr-PM. I mix it up staying late or leaving early to avoid traffic. I'll do my best to work from home once a week on a rare no-travel week. Tonight is one of the later nights.

kennbarbie
11-01-2006, 09:35 PM
Takes us about 2 minutes to get to the end of the street to work, then about 2 minutes to get home. And they even give me a company car for that. haha

André
11-01-2006, 09:44 PM
Takes us about 2 minutes to get to the end of the street to work, then about 2 minutes to get home. And they even give me a company car for that. haha
Working in a resort?
Are the hills open yet?
30 minutes each way for me ,add anywhere from 2 to 4 hours each day in a service truck...

BriEOD
11-01-2006, 09:53 PM
35-40 minutes at 5:15 am on the way in and 1-1.5 hrs on the way back out. It's about 20-25 miles but the traffic sucks!

kennbarbie
11-01-2006, 10:22 PM
Working in a resort?
Are the hills open yet?
30 minutes each way for me ,add anywhere from 2 to 4 hours each day in a service truck...

3 weeks till they open.
We are skiing the north bowls already. What a time to find out im not in shape.

Upper Michigan Prostar190
11-01-2006, 10:38 PM
My commute is 3 minutes.

Chief
11-01-2006, 10:41 PM
Until I can teleport my a$$ to work it's too damn long. Eight miles and I see eight hundred idiots on the way.

6ballsisall
11-01-2006, 11:07 PM
25 minutes currently. Moving to Atlanta I am going to try and keep it at 30 minutes........:rolleyes:

In Colorado did 1 1/2 hour each way each day for 2 years. That got old REAL fast......

I'd say stick it out. Your young and need to build that resume. Make sure you tell them (in a PC way) that you hadn't anticipated the commute since you interviewed for a different site. make sure they know you are sticking it out but after showing good performance you want them to remember your dedication.

PendO
11-02-2006, 01:18 AM
10 minutes for me:)

prostar205
11-02-2006, 02:00 AM
My commute is roughly 22 miles via car and it takes me about 1 hour on an average day. When I take the boat to work, it is about 10 miles and it takes me about the same 1 hour - however, it is alot less stressfull commuting by boat.

dapicatti
11-02-2006, 02:35 AM
We moved from Seattle to Eastern WA, cut the commute from one hour to five minutes with one right turn.

Wouldn't go back for any amount of money. But, we did stick it out for years and built up the resume. Last thing you want to be is a "job jumper". Stick it out...you will be glad you did.:cool:

jimmer2880
11-02-2006, 07:27 AM
Been doing anything from 1-2 hours each way for 8 years now. And - that's leaving my house at 4:30 AM every day. Otherwise, it would be at least double that.

I see no end in site for the commute also. Job won't come closer (even if it was a different company), and I sure won't move farther from my boat and ski resorts. Priorities

#47of100TeamMC
11-02-2006, 09:46 AM
IT's all about priorities you are correct... I drive 35miles and about 40-45min both into work and home. this is at 6am and 3pm. adjusted to help with traffic. But we have some room and a few acres that we built our house on. Much better than an 1/8th acre city lot where we could reach out our bedroom window and shake hands with the neighbor. yeah it adds to your day, but just look what you get to come home to. wouldn't change it for the world.

Hang in there, It'll be worth it in the long run, if you don't find a carpool, find yourself a commuter car to help with the expense. I found a saturn wagon with a manual trans, and I get 36-38 mpg. 1 gallon into work, and 1 gallon home. better than 2.5 in and 2.5 home. I figure I save at least 40$ a week in gas over driving the titan. Plus this way the titan gets to stay in the garage all tucked in by the MC and they can chat all day long. planning our next outing... or hibernate since it is now put away for the winter ;(

Workin' 4 Toys
11-02-2006, 09:56 AM
At least 1 hour each way, unless the weather isn't perfect, then who knows, sometimes hours...

Sodar
11-02-2006, 10:14 AM
Thanks for all the encouragement guys! I guess I was just kind of feeling like I got screwed.... Either way, I will stick it out for a few years and hopefully when I finish on this job, I will be compensated by being put on a job closer to home!

jlf
11-02-2006, 10:26 AM
When we built our house we really wanted land farther out in the country but the commute thing is what put us where we are. We are out in the country but in a sub-division so we don't have land. We both have very short commutes, the husband has maybe 5 mins. Mine is about 15 mins. I love it. I guess we are fortunate.

LakePirate
11-02-2006, 10:42 AM
Hold on here.

Let me make sure that I completely understand your situation.

You have gotten a job, and for 3 years it is going to be on campus at UCLA. You are complaining why?

Oh that is right, you haven't had the opportunity to stare at the walls of a cube or the chick with the thyroid problem all day. Never mind. Lunch at the Student Union.

Sodar
11-02-2006, 11:16 AM
Hold on here.

Let me make sure that I completely understand your situation.

You have gotten a job, and for 3 years it is going to be on campus at UCLA. You are complaining why?

Oh that is right, you haven't had the opportunity to stare at the walls of a cube or the chick with the thyroid problem all day. Never mind. Lunch at the Student Union.

HA HA! Definitely not complaining about the eye candy, just the drive. I would much rather be at USC though... the drive is closer, the girls are hotter and the girl's daddys are RICHER$$$$$!!! LMAO at myself!!

loeweb
11-02-2006, 11:17 AM
7 minute drive here. Could take 8 min. if the traffic is bad. On a good onth I can almost make it all month on a tank of gas.

Roonie's
11-02-2006, 11:27 AM
Got you all beat. Right now my wife travels 1700 miles one way to her work. We live in Seattle and she works in Minneapolis MN. She commutes by plane every week. Plane ride is about 2 hr 15 minutes away. Needless to say we are moving in three months.

RexDog1
11-02-2006, 11:35 AM
Commute in Sol Cali. Sucks:mad: ……..sorry Cameron
I did it for 8 years 1 ˝ hrs. Each way, the only way I could do it was a very
Good stereo,
Wait tell it starts to rain, then it is going to kill you, double your time
Find a gym, OMG by UCLA, the Girls 8p there!!!!!!!! Not as good as USC but very nice!!!!8p

Now I have about 5 minutes :cool:

jbfootin
11-02-2006, 12:09 PM
30 miles and it takes just under 30 min...Love the highway as long as there are no jams:D

6ballsisall
11-02-2006, 12:11 PM
30 miles and it takes just under 30 min...Love the highway as long as there are no jams:D

hmmmmm..........30 miles in 30 minutes. How fast do you drive up there in the frozen tundra???

SteveO
11-02-2006, 12:29 PM
38 Miles each way. The only saving grace is that the heavier traffic is going the opposite way. I leave the house at 5:30 AM and workout at the gym in our office, so the AM only takes about 40 min with most of the way on cruise control at 70 mph. Try to leave the office 5 PM and that is generally an hour.

Upper Michigan Prostar190
11-02-2006, 12:35 PM
hmmmmm..........30 miles in 30 minutes. How fast do you drive up there in the frozen tundra???
SILLY! we dont drive, have dog sleds up here! :D

up here, its easy to go 30 miles in 30 minutes JR, there is just no traffic. thats always the rule of thumb, 1 mile = 1 minute.

jbfootin
11-02-2006, 12:48 PM
hmmmmm..........30 miles in 30 minutes. How fast do you drive up there in the frozen tundra???
Well it is posted at 65 mph but traffic is always going 70-75 mph ... as long as Smokey's not around...DONTCHANO!:D

Damn UPM is rubbing off on all of us:eek3:

TMCNo1
11-02-2006, 01:04 PM
SILLY! we dont drive, have dog sleds up here!

up here, its easy to go 30 miles in 30 minutes JR, there is just no traffic. thats always the rule of thumb, 1 mile = 1 minute.


If my siferin' is right, that's 60 MPH or 5 MPH over a 55 MPH limit!
You sure have some kind of HOTROD Dogs and Dogsleds in the UPPA US! :D :rolleyes: :confused: :cool:

Upper Michigan Prostar190
11-02-2006, 01:39 PM
Well it is posted at 65 mph but traffic is always going 70-75 mph ... as long as Smokey's not around...DONTCHANO!:D

Damn UPM is rubbing off on all of us:eek3:
Yea! I am contagious! like a bad case of......well...have you ever been spring break?

Upper Michigan Prostar190
11-02-2006, 01:43 PM
If my siferin' is right, that's 60 MPH or 5 MPH over a 55 MPH limit!
You sure have some kind of HOTROD Dogs and Dogsleds in the UPPA US!

YEA! real hot rod dogs! Nevermind alaskan huskies, we got modified weiner dogs here! and they rule!
http://www.oldworldvillage.net/images/events/dog3.jpg

TMCNo1
11-02-2006, 01:49 PM
YEA! real hot rod dogs! Nevermind alaskan huskies, we got modified weiner dogs here! and they rule!
http://www.oldworldvillage.net/images/events/dog3.jpg


:uglyhamme :rolleyes: :cool: Sorry, I exhausted my alotted number of smiles!

jraben8
11-02-2006, 01:52 PM
34 miles each way so I can count on an hour each way. hummm, 2 hours a day, 10 hours a week, 40 hours a month; so I spend a work week sitting in the truck each month...

rodltg2
11-02-2006, 02:11 PM
my offcie is 5 miles , 12 minutes down country roads. but lately there is constuction and i have to make a huge detour which puts me at about 20 min:mad:

Ric
11-02-2006, 02:15 PM
3-4 minutes, tops

Upper Michigan Prostar190
11-02-2006, 02:52 PM
3-4 minutes, tops
as far as you know

Cary K.
11-02-2006, 04:16 PM
I am 3.8 miles from my office. It's nice to go home and watch TV from my easy chair at lunch.

rodltg2
11-02-2006, 04:48 PM
better yet my commute to the ski lake is 20min at lunch

6ballsisall
11-02-2006, 04:49 PM
better yet my commute to the ski lake is 20min at lunch


With exception to NTDISL, I'd say you are one lucky fella to be that close to the course.

Sodar
11-02-2006, 04:51 PM
better yet my commute to the ski lake is 20min at lunch

That is AWESOME!! I think I maybe reconsidering my location of residence!

P-Rod
11-02-2006, 05:07 PM
Well, I was placed 39.7 miles from my home, which has equated to a 40 minute commute in the morning (I am totally fine with this) and a 2+ hour commute home in the evening.[/SIZE]

Cameron,

Sorry to be so blunt on the subject :( , but if you want to stay in the Construction Business, you will have to change your overall expectations for your commute. I am a Executive for a large General Contractor that has offices in both Northern and Southern California and we clearly explain to our new Project Engineers to expect long commutes. We also recommend that they find residence in the mid point of the area that we generally perform our work, that way you can learn to live with constant commute (ie.. for Northern Calif. locate yourself in Redwood City or Fremont so that you have a 40 minute commute to either San Francisco or San Jose as that is the range of our work.)

I personnally would not recommend that you confront your employer as it won't get you anywhere. Remember that in the construction industry, you normally are bidding on projects and we don't land every project that we expect to. This industry is dynamic and constantly changing as will your commute. As you stated, it will change once the current project ends. When I was in the field running projects, I always liked the fact that my commute was different every 2-3 years.

As a side note: You need to work for a general contractor in lieu of a Construction Manager .;) G.C.'s are actually responsible for building the project. We are always looking for new project engineers/mangers in our S. California office, so if you ever need work, let me know. :)

rodltg2
11-02-2006, 05:11 PM
With exception to NTDISL, I'd say you are one lucky fella to be that close to the course.


it may be closer soon!

ShamrockIV
10-30-2007, 09:39 AM
I am 50.5 miles from my garage to my office. usually takes 45 minutes. I work the 630 to 3 shift so i beat traffice both ways. it stinks at times but i love living in the country!!!

dmayer84
10-30-2007, 10:00 AM
I just got a new position so my daily commute of 3.3 miles is going to almost double to 5.6 miles. Yikes 8p

Willski
10-30-2007, 10:05 AM
I'm 7 miles to the office. Takes about 15 minutes. I can't complain. My wife is only about 5 to her office.

ttu
10-30-2007, 10:09 AM
6 blocks to my office.

87MCProstar
10-30-2007, 10:49 AM
i got a 25 mile compute that takes about 30 min in the morning and afternoon...just enough time to wake up and wind down.

O2BESOHUGE
10-30-2007, 10:56 AM
5 Minutes By Sportbike

15 By Truck

Hollywood
10-30-2007, 12:02 PM
I commute about 40 miles to work one way. Sometimes it takes 50 minutes, and sometimes it takes an hour and a half. Don't get discouraged, stick with your job, move, and/or keep an eye out for new oppurtunities! Good luck

Same here, leave for work at 6:30 am and usually get home around 5:30 pm. 40 miles city highway.

Throw in a home White Sox, Bulls or Blackhawks game and it's 1.5 hours easy. A couple crappy drivers that can't keep off each other, tack on another 30 minutes.

I don't mind driving at all, 20 mpg in my Fleetwood not terrible.

Dutch
10-30-2007, 01:09 PM
I'm a fisherman:so from my stateroom, down the ladder, through the galley, out the hatch and I'm there.

Tourney Team 197
10-30-2007, 01:11 PM
30 minutes to work, 20-25 minutes back home. My wife has about 14 steps to the office!

justinlkgb
10-30-2007, 01:19 PM
Mine is all of 8 mi. 16 round trip. All down the back roads:D
Did commute will wife was in school, 55+ min one way daily. NO THANKS

pq2
10-30-2007, 01:41 PM
5 minutes by car, 2 minutes by boat :)

lanier92prostar
10-30-2007, 01:49 PM
25 miles each way. In Atlanta Traffic that equates to 45 minutes to 1.5 hours depending on the idiots and the weather. Afternoon commute is usually easier. I could live closer to work, but I would rather be closer to the lake. 5minutes to the lake.

tuffenuff
10-30-2007, 01:51 PM
65 miles each way in Bay Area traffic. It sucks!!

Sodar
10-30-2007, 09:15 PM
3.5 miles... usually go home for a quick nap at lunch. :)

RexDog1
10-30-2007, 09:18 PM
3.5 miles... usually go home for a quick nap at lunch. :)

is that a nap or a Beer?:rolleyes: :D :wavey:

Sodar
10-30-2007, 09:20 PM
is that a nap or a Beer?:rolleyes: :D :wavey:

No........ never! :rolleyes:

MC2000190
10-30-2007, 09:48 PM
5 miles 1 turn and no stopping!

6ballsisall
10-30-2007, 09:51 PM
23.8 miles door to door. It usually takes me about 45-55 minutes.
(In Atlanta)

My real office is an airplane and a hotel. Airport is 54 miles and can take as little as 45 minutes to over 2 1/2 hours........Thats Atlanta for ya........:rolleyes: You gotta learn when to hit the roads thats for sure!

cbryan70
10-30-2007, 10:25 PM
im about 11 miles from house to job. can take anywhere from 20 min to 40

lanier92prostar
10-30-2007, 10:39 PM
jrandol, Where in Atlanta are you?

mcrider
10-30-2007, 10:44 PM
It's about 23 miles one way for me, usually takes 35-45 min one way

dapicatti
10-30-2007, 10:47 PM
3 miles each way. Less than 5 minutes to work.

6ballsisall
10-30-2007, 10:54 PM
jrandol, Where in Atlanta are you?


Cumming. Highlands at Sawnee Mountain off of Highway 20

sully
10-30-2007, 11:02 PM
45 minutes by bus, can't beat the cost, $19.00 a month.
I say stay with, when we have done hiring, we are always a little timid of someone who moves around alot. Hate to spend alot of time training some one is going to move in less than a year.

lanier92prostar
10-30-2007, 11:03 PM
We are between Pilgrim Mill and 369. About 5 minutes from Charleston Park. I checked the Boat Ramp Calculator today. Only 9 ramps left. 5 more feet down and the lake will be without a ramp. I hope it comes up over the Winter.