[Nfbc-info] places to live

Lauren Merryfield lauren at catlines.com
Sun May 31 05:55:43 UTC 2015

No, I'm quite certain you wouldn't like going back to the Midwest once you've been out here. I was back in NE for my dad's memorial service and, for the military part at the end of the service, we were out in the snow, seated on freezing folding chairs, huddled under blankets, with 7dg and a wind chill of 12 below. No thanks! I was so glad I could come back to CA! And I remember playing out in that stuff when I was little and not thinking much of it. 

I don't have any suggestions for cheap housing. I do understand, though. I wish I could find some myself. I have so many medical bills that I never know, from month to month, if I'll make my rent on time or not. It's pretty scary. I know things would cost less back in the Midwest, but once I got out of there, that was it! 

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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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