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upping sticks & moving abroad


Clisty1989

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Been thinking a lot about this over the last couple weeks, but few things bug me. I'd like to keep working on the glass, but I know its done very differently overseas. Can't decide where atm, thinking of either Spain, Portugal or maybe even the US or Oz/NZ. Anyone done it either successfully, unsuccessfully or thought about it, id love input. Not going any time soon, probs tail end of 2018/ early 2019, but need to do the homework now. Any advice would help, thanks in advance

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When ive been in spain n france, noticed lots of wooden shutters on windows for the sun. So there will be a fair bit of, no can do work i think, but obviously there is other work that could be done. If you go to canada, US n your in the sticks, then you are up against bears, wolfs n snakes. Just a thought.

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