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Old 06-27-2016, 02:03 PM   #1
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Old 06-28-2016, 05:39 AM   #2
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hii carry,

For a little while when I talk to my son Rahn, just makes my day.
As I stay away from my family.
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I had to be patient because they don't see these a lot but they were so kind and helpful. Got plates now. So excited! ( Especially since the private lot i have it parked on just got tagged to be towed for not having plates
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hii carry,

For a little while when I talk to my son Rahn, just makes my day.
As I stay away from my family.
I can relate; i need a good distance from my family too, helps me love them from a safe distance.
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DMV titled as Motorhome today
I had to be patient because they don't see these a lot but they were so kind and helpful. Got plates now. So excited! ( Especially since the private lot i have it parked on just got tagged to be towed for not having plates
Yay! How fancy are your accommodations? As in, where do you fall on the sleeping-bag-and-Coleman-stove to Movie Star Coach line?
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I can relate; i need a good distance from my family too, helps me love them from a safe distance.

Most of my Family disowned me... and my parents I disowned them... (sorry but its reality... its hell to be a sexual abuse survivor)..

nevertheless yeah i stay away from 95% of my family... they live not real far.. but escaping in the Skoolie surely is a nice way to decompress when I need to!!

as for the little things? finding rectangular A/C vents with the chrome around them just like the school bus I rode to school in many years ago had.. not just finding them but finding they still make them new...

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Yay! How fancy are your accommodations? As in, where do you fall on the sleeping-bag-and-Coleman-stove to Movie Star Coach line?

Lol, well i have a real bed now. Solar panels with good Trojan bats and all the power i will ever need. Two nice rugs and chairs and lights and composting toilet, wood stove 12 ft of shop area w tools and a bench and losts Scooby doo dvds
I will try and post a picture.

What about you; same question?
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