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Looking for New Hampshire airgunners

You guessed it, I am moving, again. I know to some people, I move around like a jackrabbit on meth.

My former employer decided two people in the same role was two many so, last in first out. However, my old manager from Denmark hooked me up with a company in Boston working on the offshore wind stuff. I have 6 year of hands-on experience in offshore wind from my time working in Denmark. Ironically, I was originally hired by the company in Denmark to work as an offshore wind safety guy in North America, but things got delayed 10 years. Now I am in the industry I want to be in, offshore wind, with better pay and hours and very importantly, I get to be much closer to a special someone. 

So in addition to rebuilding my air rifle collection (firearms is pretty good), and life again, I need to find new permissions, which I don't seem to have a problem doing through the miracle of donuts. (spend for the good ones, trust me they make a difference.)

Though there was a delay, the Uragan Compact aka Shadow will be here tomorrow.
 
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Beware the commute time. I'm West of Manchester a decent bit, rush hour to Boston is 2.5hrs due to traffic. It's not a pleasant commute at prime times. NY area, people know how to move, it's 70 mph bumper to bumper. New England, everyone is crawling and on the brakes. Nervous, indecisive drivers in MA, make highway traffic really messy.
 
Yeah a daily commute would suck. Fortunately I’ll be able to spend part of the week working remotely. When I need to be in Boston I’ll get a hotel, bnb or I’ll be working offshore on the wind farm installation and my client will absorb indirectly absorb all logging costs. The client is just happy I’m willing to move to the region full time. 
 
You guessed it, I am moving, again. I know to some people, I move around like a jackrabbit on meth.

My former employer decided two people in the same role was two many so, last in first out. However, my old manager from Denmark hooked me up with a company in Boston working on the offshore wind stuff. I have 6 year of hands-on experience in offshore wind from my time working in Denmark. Ironically, I was originally hired by the company in Denmark to work as an offshore wind safety guy in North America, but things got delayed 10 years. Now I am in the industry I want to be in, offshore wind, with better pay and hours and very importantly, I get to be much closer to a special someone.

So in addition to rebuilding my air rifle collection (firearms is pretty good), and life again, I need to find new permissions, which I don't seem to have a problem doing through the miracle of donuts. (spend for the good ones, trust me they make a difference.)

Though there was a delay, the Uragan Compact aka Shadow will be here tomorrow.

I'm in CT but 20 min from the MA border, may not ne a regular thing but nh isn't all that far ;), depending on where