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post #92 of Old 07-06-2013
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Re: Making a living as a liveaboard

irony is at least for the distance of my life span, tech is pretty much here to stay. have an array of other skill-sets aquired through the years. welding being one, electronics another, worked for several years as a vet tech, fairly decent glass blower, pretty good with a sewing machine, owned volkswagens for most of my life so decent mechanical skills (combustion engine, simple electronics, etc), have traveled fairly extensively on land through north and central america doing fire performance and making jewelry for tourists, imagine some combination of the above and whatever I can muster up in a time of need.. need to get some more diving under my belt, and maybe some work with underwater welding, feel they would be a good combination of skills to travel with. Health care is definitely not going away but its more time spent here getting trained in human health compared to animal, though re-vamping the vet tech experience may serve as beneficial too. The many possibilities of freedom
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