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Mechanical Engineers relocating to the Northwest back-country?
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 19, 2006 6:22 pm    Post subject: Mechanical Engineers relocating to the Northwest back-country? Reply with quote

Needle in a haystack - but I'll give it a shot! I am looking for
an individual, practicing or retired, with the above skill-set, or
allied field - new product development, product commercialization,
industrial design, that is either planning on or is interested in
relocating to the rural northwest. I have a rustic three-level log
home on wooded acreage near Sandpoint, Idaho that is available for
lease to such a person (creek, windmill, outbuilding, miles of horse
back riding trails through beautiful timberland). My family and I
reside on the opposite side of this 120 acre forested property. I am an
entrepreneur, inventor, and consultant with a home office on the
property and several product programs under my belt (both winners and
losers). I've consulted for several independent inventors; i.e.
market research, product commercialization, and licensing development.
My objective here is to creatively kill two birds with one stone in
locating a tenant with which I can potentially collaborate.
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