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Old 08-26-2020, 05:03 PM   #1
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Skoolie in Georgia?

Hey folks.

I have a job I'm considering taking in Georgia.

I grew up in and around the midwest and disliked it. Wanted to leave as soon as I was old enough, which I did and moved to Utah/Idaho where I love it.

Now my job wants to move me to the south. Along the boarder of Georgia and Alabama.

I have never been down there and have no idea what to expect.

Is the area skoolie friendly? Anyone who has lived in the west/southwest and down south could give me their impressions or advice?

I own land outside of Boise and had planned to settle down there when I could land a job in the Boise area. But so far no dice on a good job, and if I want to develop the property I need money. Thus considering the job in Georgia.
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Old 10-23-2020, 07:56 AM   #2
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I’ve skoolied here for 3 years. Georgia has a super awesome you do you mentality. Rv parks won’t accept you. I’m on a property now with 3 busses in cumming Georgia if you’d like to check it out PM ME.
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Old 10-25-2020, 10:37 AM   #3
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Thanks!

I got here Oct 5th and bounced around a few of the state parks / camprgorunds.

Tried calling or showing up at two different private RV park and yea, they would not accept me.

Located now near West Point Lake on some farm land next to a barn. Got just what I was looking for, power, water, and even a covered area to put my motorbike.
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Old 10-25-2020, 11:26 AM   #4
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Located now near West Point Lake on some farm land next to a barn. Got just what I was looking for, power, water, and even a covered area to put my motorbike.

Good for you! How did you come to find this place? Was it advertised or did you ask around, or what?
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Old 10-25-2020, 07:35 PM   #5
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Hey folks.

I have a job I'm considering taking in Georgia.

I grew up in and around the midwest and disliked it. Wanted to leave as soon as I was old enough, which I did and moved to Utah/Idaho where I love it.

Now my job wants to move me to the south. Along the boarder of Georgia and Alabama.

I have never been down there and have no idea what to expect.
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This... this right here is what to expect.
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