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Old 06-15-2010, 08:54 PM   #111
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Old 12-04-2010, 01:11 PM   #112
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. . . How did you get it noterized? This means like an official seal right? Please tell me more about this as I will need to do this soon! . . .
Zen, a Notary Public is just a witness pre-approved by the Commonwealth to certify it is you who signed the document. The customer service rep at my bank will do it for free. Someone at the Town offices may be certified to do it, and might charge five or ten bucks. Every lawyer's office will have them. The most I've heard of was $45 for a notary to travel to a hospital or nursing home to witness a patient's signature.

Just make out your statement but don't sign it, go to any notary and show your ID, pay a fee if they ask, sign it in front of them, and they will put their official stamp and signature on the document to say they know it was you who made the signature.

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. . . . Anyone who lives in Massachusetts will tell you that dealing with the Registry of Motor Vehicles can be challenging and daunting. . . .
I "ain't skeeered" - my after-school job in high school was being a messenger for an insurance agency. My job was to go to RMV and stand in the lines five days a week to file sales tax and plates for our customers. (This was before titles, but adding them is no big whoop.)
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Old 12-05-2010, 09:22 AM   #113
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Those water lines under the heather are too exposed IMHO. I would put a 90 fitting on each to go parallel to the ground and then another 90 to go up.
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Old 12-05-2010, 01:26 PM   #114
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Re: Bailey Bus Bunedoggle

The intoerior looks really nice and I love the pics of you camping and enjoying the fruits of your labor...Happy Busing
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Old 01-03-2011, 01:37 PM   #115
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Hey all,

Happy New Year!! Haven't been here in a long time. Figured I'd stop by and say hi and check on everyone's progress. So many great posts!! Hope everyone had a great holiday.

Here's the latest addition to my bus, an LED destination sign. This was a Christmas present from my wife...



Pictures don't do it justice. Check out the video at my site:
http://www.bunedoggle.com/skoolie/

It's 16x96 LEDs and 40 inches wide. You can program it to display text in any font or bitmaps. It can transition by scrolling left, right, up, down and it has some transition effects too. Once it's programmed via USB it keeps it's program, even when it's turned off.

We brought the bus to a New Year's Eve party at a friends and slept in it overnight. It was awesome to be able to party then just sleep it off on the driveway Yet another great reason to own a Skoolie!
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Old 01-03-2011, 02:58 PM   #116
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heh yeah saw that on the blog today. Love it!
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Old 01-04-2011, 11:00 AM   #117
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Too cool and a great blog site.
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Old 03-06-2013, 08:50 PM   #118
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I just requested to look at your Document that you took to the DMV to get your title
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Old 04-19-2015, 05:36 PM   #120
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Hi all,

After 5 years it's time for our skoolie to find a new home. Our kids are teenagers and camping with the family isn't cool anymore.

I posted our bus on Ebay for $2000 with no reserve and put it up for sale in the Classified section of Skoolie.net.

Let me know if anyone is interested. It will likely be sold one week from today. It would be a great deal even at $6000.

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