check out craigslist right now, and the park city record (the newspaper) website. I am moving into my place in two weeks, if I had an open room I would offer but i don't... craigslist has a decent variety right now but things go really quick so hop on it!
I lived in your room man. after you left. mexicans, understatement. you doing snowmaking again at pc this year? ironhorse is good, fireside is good, depends how much you want to pay. there are alot of rooms available for 600 + a month.
yup yup, brent had moved to canada so it was just the three of us. ya, sky said he was going to live in the valley. park groomers are now in a 2 shift split, the first starts at 4, then at midnight. which the old timer park groomers don't like too much, but it will work out better i think. i don't know who is returning for grooming so it'll be nice to have sky come in from free groom and join the team nightside. I had a blast grooming last season so talk to C, I think he still has open spots and I don't think i'm going to have time to go work that shift again for him...
any one bedrooms under 800ish are going to be smallerish and rather... not dumpy but not high societyish. if you want a one bedroom somewhere, a friend of mine paid 600 a month for a place in heber, a basement of someones house and it was primo. but just check online, or if you're in the area driver on up and look, i found alot of for rent and for sales today that weren't online.
a place is only as good as you make it. you can live in a place that's soo 1996 and make it the most kick ass time you've ever had. plus, the people in park city (the locals, not the I have a house here i live here for a couple weekends a year) are very nice and down to earth and love to have a good time.
Sent out a few mails so Im hoping i get some reply's. Cheers for the help.
Im gonna be work in the ski school so I will probably see a load of you chapa about. If you hear a Londoner then its probably me. Im thnking about even educating a few of you lucky lads in the way of the beer drinker.
Detective Greenly: These guys are miles away by now, but if you want to beat your head against a wall, then here's what you're looking for: they're scared, like two little bunny rabbits. Anything in a uniform or flashing blue lights is gonna spook 'em, OK? So the only thing we can do is put a potato on a string and drag it through South Boston, "Thanks for coming out!"
Murphy: You'd probably have better luck with beer.
Connor: aye, you would.
Finding a good place to live in Park City is hard. I am currently looking for this season and havenít found much. Last year I got lucky and paid 400/month with some buddies in a house near Parleys Summit. Powderwood condos sometimes offer reasonably priced rentals.