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Old 05-18-2020, 11:18 AM   #1
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Good morning all,

Wondering if anyone has some advice for me. Me and my lady split up, so I'm hoping to do the skoolie thing. One logistical issue I'm having is where to wrench on it. I've asked my friend's in coos Bay, Spokane, and Bellingham if they know anyone, but times getting sort.

Right now all my stuff's in storage, to include my tear drop. Figure I could move everything into a smaller storage, and live out of my tear drop while I wrench on the bus. The goal is to sell the tear drop once the bus is completed enough to live out of.

I know with covid-19 this is going to be a pain in the back side, but I gots to do what I gots to do.

Thanks for your time,
Jeffrey
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Old 05-19-2020, 02:10 AM   #2
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If all your stuff will fit into the bus and you want to travel, there is a place in Arizona built for the DYI community ( http://caballolocoranch.com/home.html ).There is also one in Graham, TX called Aussom Possum ( https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=...&v=B4M2hq_Yr18 ). The same guy in this video did one for the ranch above as well, but I do not have the link to that video.
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