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Re: DEPOT

Postby Gold5one » Sun Jun 09, 2019 1:32 pm

bobhenry wrote:He did better then the AT&T internet installer , at least he made it to the appointment. The internet installer has been a no so for 3 days ( so far ) ! I called this morning and canceled it all "F" em' ! The landlady has decided to board horses in with my tiny's and so it seems I will be stomping thru horse sh** and such. Right now I am lower than a snakes belly. I really need to just sell all my junk and take the summer off and wander.

From my experience as a farm boy, where there is manure, there will be flies galore to pester you.

Bob, I'm with you about hitting the road! I sold my build last year and since I read your last post, I have been looking my little trailer over- just how fast and small can I make a Gyspy vardo camper so I can hit the road? I would go smaller this time- maybe 750 lbs.
Mark
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Re: DEPOT

Postby bobhenry » Tue Jun 18, 2019 5:58 am

Well the caboose and depot are safe from the horse invasion ! Took time this weekend to clean up things in the depot.

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Image After

Image The secret to housekeeping in
a tiny house (note leaf blower)

Image Got the shelf bed all made up pretty

Image Moms small hand knitted rug as a runner
Growing older but not up !
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