[AlaskaRC] Looking at moving to Anchorage

Steven Lingle barisax at olypen.com
Mon Dec 10 07:05:33 AKST 2012

 I am sure someone up there in Anchorage or the surrounding areas will give you the info you are after.  They Club in Anchorage is most likely the best
club of which you will ever become a member.  The folks there are some of the best in the world and should you take the gig in Anchorage you will have the time of your life.
I am not the one to give you the info you are looking for because I left Anchorage about 14 years ago but my heart is still there.  The folks in the ARCS became like part of my family and I still am in contact with some of them, hope to be for many years yet.  This is truly a club your family will enjoy and the members will welcome you with no reservations, wish it were me returning.
Best of Luck and if you make the move to Alaska you will have a great time with these folks.

Steve Lingle

On Dec 8, 2012, at 2:05 AM, Bill Ness <billness01 at yahoo.com> wrote:

> I am in the process of applying for a job in Anchorage. If I move there I would be able to live anywhere within the geographic area. I fly mostly nitro and gas planes with a couple electrics thrown in for fun. I have a wife and two grade school kids too. My question is What area should I look at that will be close to the airfield, hobby shop(if there is one), and good schools?  If there is any information you could pass my way I would appreciate it. I have never been to Alaska and probably don't know what I'm getting myself into, but let the adventures begin. 
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