Well left SAHS and never slowed down, what a great ride it has been. I lived and worked in Orange County first house in Lake Forest when it was El Toro and it cost $42K, good laugh. From there moved to Anaheim Hills and still worked at the beach.
One day while putting the clutch in and letting it out I said to myself I am pretty tired of this. Sold the house, sold the Porsche and bought a pickup truck and took what I needed and left for Colorado.
No I did not know anyone but drove until it was pretty and ended up in Breckenridge in 1978, I did not ski I had no idea it was a ski area but I did learn about both. While living there and have a really great time a blue eyed cowboy walked through the wrong door and I was behind that door.
Cut to the chase I stalked him until 3 years later he finally broke down and married me, the proposal was if you want to get married we are living on the Western Slope. We have had more darn fun, I have learned to brand, castrate, vaccinate cattle. Ride in the hills and gather them up and to ship them off to auction. And while we were doing that I worked for Union Oil Company in Purchasing then when the oil shale project shut down I stayed on and liquidated the project.
I had a Real Estate license from 1981 and they had some land to sell and asked me to update my license and then it started I worked for some independent companies and when they would franchise I moved on. As life rolled on a listing I had seemed to fit the bill for a Real Estate office so we purchased the building and started our own company made it easy Cheryl&Co. then we added property management and just purchased another property management company.
This is called retirement.
We do travel quite a bit and try to spend a part of each winter in Hawaii, the time changes makes it hard for people to call me. Look forward to seeing everyone am going to miss some of the friends that are not with us, but we can celebrate them.
Cheryl Brady Chandler