[Nfbc-info] places to live

Charles Krugman ckrugman at sbcglobal.net
Wed Jul 1 06:14:01 UTC 2015

Normally I wouldn't respond to such an old post but I have been off line due 
to a broken arm for the past month. The least expensive places to live in 
California are here in the central San Joaquin valley, e.g. here in Fresno. 
Public transportation is reasonable and jobs would be based on your 
particular skill level and experience. Winters aren't that cold and there 
isn't any snow. There is heat in the summer with our high temperature being 
105 today with some humidity. I hope you've come up with something during 
the past month.

-----Original Message----- 
From: Rob Kaiser via Nfbc-info
Sent: Saturday, May 30, 2015 9:05 PM
To: NFB of California List
Cc: Rob Kaiser
Subject: [Nfbc-info] places to live

Good Evening All:

As some of you know, Sarah & I had to leave our house in Moreno Valley in a 
hurry because of unsafe living condissions. We are currently living at Sarah’s 
father’s in Victorville. At one time, Sarah had considered going up to Lake 
Arrowhead or Big Bear. Does anyone out there know that the job market for 
blind people are in those places, and what is the public/pera transit 
situation is in both of those places?

NOTE: I don’t know how long we can hstay here, so finding a place to live is 
somewhat an urgency. I have even considered moving to another state at last 
resort, although, I really don’t want to do that being that I don’t think I 
could take a Midwestern or Northeastern winter anny more.

If anyone can at least give me an idea if Big Bear and Lake Arrowhead have 
any job possibilities or decent publick/pera transportation there, that 
would really help us in determining whether it would be worth it to check 
those places out. I know that both of those areas have probably the least 
expensive housing out here.

I would appreciate any help in this matter.


Rob Kaiser
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