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Old 04-18-2021, 09:25 PM   #1
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Oregon in a Skoolie ... where?

My life has taken insane turns. I once loved Northern California, but have found dreadful aspects and feel I need to move on. I loved Oregon when I was there, but did not live in a school bus. I am definitely more liberal and laid back. I am 54 and need a place to settle and call home. I love the mountains and enjoy lakes and streams. I am on disability. It is likely my grown daughter and grandchildren would eventually move to be with me. I was thinking of Idaho, but the illegal marijuana thing makes it a no-go for me. Any suggestions would be very helpful at this point. I have to start over in life again basically at 54 after my ex took everything. New place to live, new things to do, new things to see, and new people to meet. My bus is very nice and painted beautifully. It fits well in RV parks when it comes to looks oh, but it is an 88 model. Any suggestions would be appreciated! Thank you
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Old 04-26-2021, 07:29 PM   #2
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Jeezus, good looking out for a fellow traveler!
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Old 04-26-2021, 07:41 PM   #3
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Not sure what you're looking for?

If marijuana being legal in any particular state you settle in is important, do your due diligence and find the state that best suits your needs.

I don't blame you for wanting to vacate CA., but reestablishing yourself in a new state could be harder than it sounds.

Since you're on disability and no longer working?, try travelling and spending time in the state(s) you think might work, then you'll have a better idea what's in store for you there.

Good luck...
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Old 04-26-2021, 09:26 PM   #4
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Some states are MJ legal some are not. Some like TX next door to me are down right hostile. CO is MJ friendly and has plenty of mountains lakes and streams. If MJ use and living in a skoolie is your future I would look seriously at AZ. You have the cooler north half for the summer and the warm southern half for the winter. RV license fees are very reasonable too. NM just legalized recreational MJ this last legislative session. NM is reasonable cost of living wise but has poor social support. I hoped that helped you.
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