Collecting and playing vinyl is an enjoyment of mine. My collection is not very large, which is good. I am hoping to be able to work in room for my turntable and probably downsize my amp. I have been thinking about what albums I can let go. I am hoping that I can get into trading and selling more as I buy and collect new stuff. discogs.com is helpful for that. I'd like to place smaller speakers throughout the bus mounted up in unused spaces and have it so I can also listen to digital media as well from anywhere in the bus.
I play guitar, also. I am selling off the ones I do not use. Being forced to downsize has forced me to re-tackle a project guitar I have that I cannot even play right now, but that will be one of two keepers. I'll be getting rid of the large amplifier.
Living in a school bus forces most of us to be handy and carry tools. We have two old diesel Mercedes. One is going to be sold (once I get the new engine into it). The other I will keep and we intend to pull a small utility trailer as a workshop. I can store all my tools and other odds and ends. Extra parts, a little scrap lumber, stuff from random projects. I have been thinking of ways I can make this very secure, as a fair amount of money in tools will be housed. I was thinking, maybe I can get a tire boot, like the police use. Then, two of those bolt-cutter protectant hasps.
Also, for those of us having to downsize. My wife and I bought the KonMari Tidying audio book. It seems to be very popular right now. I found that it gave me a good outlook on how to unclutter and downsize. Keep the things that bring you joy, get rid of the rest. It was helpful for getting a good attitude about shedding our hoarder habits.
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