Originally Posted by Shadoll
... Moving into the bus, empty as it is, this next weekend. Toilet should arrive tomorrow...
Ah, the happiness of getting the toilet installed. Ranks right up there with having your own shower!!! No more schlepping to the bathhouse (do little uptight white boy happy dance). For those who do not understand what not needing a bathhouse does..... It gives you the FREEDOM of being able to park in a mobile home park (often cheaper than an RV park) as opposed to an RV campground. And not all RV parks have bathhouses. The one we stayed at in Socorro didn't have one.
Funny, some people seem to think of that as being homeless. I have a good job and I will have money to build as I go when I'm not paying rent to an apartment owner.
So does that make me a 'full timer'?
The phrase is "houseless" as you have a home,it has wheels. I figure we are fulltimers (we live 24/7 in our "under construction" R
ehicle) so to me that means we are Fulltime RVer's! I really don't care if those nutcases in their sticks-&-staples Recreational Vehicles don't think I am a fulltimer. They also say we don't "boondock" when we stay overnight in a parking lot without hookups. I call that boondocking (although I generally refer to it as wallydocking). They say we would have to be in the "boonies". So when I lived in a house that was on the Little TN River
, 13 miles from the nearest town and 15 miles from the next nearest town, with my closest neighbor 1/2 mile as the crow flies and the mail box was at the end of the 1/4 mile driveway... Was I boondocking then????? I get confused over the booniewackos PC definition of Boondocking.
But I have figured out those are city folks.