[Nfbc-info] places to live

Miso Kwak kwakmiso at aol.com
Sun May 31 06:58:34 UTC 2015

 From my understanding, Big Bear and Lake Arrowhead are known for 
camping sites and skiing. I am not certain of their job possibilities 
and transit system, but these places are popular destinations for 
retreats and family vacations rather than year-long living.
Miso Kwak

-----Original Message-----
From: Rob Kaiser via Nfbc-info <nfbc-info at nfbnet.org>
To: NFB of California List <nfbc-info at nfbnet.org>
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Sent: Sat, May 30, 2015 9:05 pm
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 

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
rcubfank at sbcglobal.net
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