View Full Version : Moving to Jackson
06-22-2006, 07:12 PM
Ok, so I just accepted a job at JHMR and I'm moving to Jackson in about two weeks.
Beyond being wildly excited about it, I'm starting to look for a place to live...
So I know this is kind of a shot in the dark, but is anyone in the area looking for a roommate, or know of anyone looking for one? I'm keeping an eye on the News & Guide Classifieds, but I figured I'd also post something here. I'm open to all options at this point, so if you happen to know of anything, please PM me.
06-28-2006, 09:59 AM
Some folks just went through this a few weeks ago (Humble & kush1)...maybe they have some wisdom for you.
In short: How much do you want to spend? I'll keep an eye out on local bulletin boards. Those classies are probably the best place to start, though.
07-10-2006, 12:43 PM
First turn down the JHMR job, working for them pays less than McDonalds. Get in your car drive here and camp for free in the woods or get a monthly room at the cache creek motel. Look around for a night job and a place to live once you get here. all the 90 day wonder college kids will clear out mid august and theres tons of rooms/apartments/houses for rent as well as jobs.
07-15-2006, 04:18 PM
Enjoy Jackson. I found that there are plenty of jobs out there, or atleast enough. When I was there last Winter the people having the most fun weren't working for JCMR... still, no matter what, Jackson should be good.
07-16-2006, 10:37 AM
Before I had a clue about mt towns when i initially moved to vail i ended up camping for 2wks before i got a job with VA. It was the middle of the summer and all we did was clown around at the beav and vail, and wander teh slopes, met alot of great people and ended up quitting the va job 1/2 thru the season for better shit. I needed the va job b/c they provided housing (shitty old ass timber ridge) but nonetheless, when you're right out of the gate do whatever you feel necessary to get out there. Everything will fall into place rather quickly. Good luck......Jong.
Bring body armor and a helmet.
Being beaten profusely about the face, chest, neck and head with your season pass has proven to be quite painful at times.
11-29-2006, 03:21 PM
I'd second the live in your car until you find something better. Not the most comfortable but it worked well for me.
01-12-2007, 10:11 PM
BUT SERIOUSLY... FUCK WORKING FOR jhmr FOR 7.50 PER HOUR
01-13-2007, 09:06 PM
Ouch, what job has that low rate?
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