I have been talking with more local people to see what is going to happen and they all say don't quit the gov't job. I talked to one developer today he said your better off sticking with the job you have. He figures the boom is over the area over priced itself it will slow down to a normal level. Its not going to be mass developing like has been in the last 2 years. In 6 months I will have the chance to go full time with the gov't so I think its probably a wise move to make its guaranteed fulltime employment, not a big money making job but atleast I know I will get a paycheck every 2 weeks. I do want to see if I can make a mini bin business go it might cost me a little bit of money to get started. I can do it part time before and after work and on my days off. The way my PM shifts work I can almost get a 7 hour day in before I go into work or if I'am on AM shifts I can work 5 hours after work. I will beable to drop empty bins off and go pick full ones up the next day or go deliver loads of topsoil or do other quick and easy deliveries. I can also do landscaping on my 4 days off. With a rolloff truck the truck isn't being tied up with a load on it so I can go drop a loaded bin off in my yard and drive the truck to work. Our local landfill is filling up fast I have a feeling garbage disposal and garbage is going to be a big problem. Not many of the local people don't know it but we may have to start trucking garbage 45 km (28 miles) to the other landfill in late 2007 that is going to be expensive. I have been noticing how full the landfill space has been used up since last year I worked there you can see the increase in population has had a big affect. With only one disposal company serving the area it might be time for me to get my stab at the garbage business. Garbage collection is done by a private contractor no municipal service the people pay the contractor to pick up residential waste ever week. Its time for me to give some competition. My current truck is giving me signs its going to want another grand dumped into it time to get rid of it while I can get some value out of it. I have to do something fairly quick. I have funding now and I may beable to get more that I'am promised a fulltime position with the gov't. I wanted to get in the excavation business but the way things are going the current excavation contractors might be fighting over the jobs in 2007. These guys might have to cut back on employees going from 3 to 4 employees to 1-2 employees. In the earlier years it was common for excavation contractors to have the owner of the company and one employee having 2 employees and more than one excavator you were a big operation.