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07:18pm 24/07/2010
 
 
LocaKitty
I'm thinking of becoming a nomad. Not in the most recognizable definition of the word, but getting an RV (or somewhat liveable camper type thing) and go to a new city every 5-6 months and just be. Well, there would be some working involved, but you know, whatever.

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 flw
 
02:37am 25/07/2010 (UTC)
 
 
Frank Lloyd Wrong: Flyin' Dandy
Have you looked into towable micro-homes? Lots of people are doing this sort of thing. I think it is good.
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 locakitty
 
02:45am 25/07/2010 (UTC)
 
 
LocaKitty
ooohhh no. that sounds like a good plan. I just need to make sure the litter box stays in one place. The kitties would be hitting the road with me, too.
 
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 flw
 
02:59am 25/07/2010 (UTC)
 
 
Frank Lloyd Wrong
Check out this site:

http://tinyhouseblog.com/gallery/

and click around from there.
 
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 footnotefetish
 
03:25am 25/07/2010 (UTC)
 
 
Why We Cite: Hypnotic Squares
It might be just as affordable to use hotels for short stays and month-to-month studio apartments for longer stays. RVs guzzle a lot of gasoline. I think it's possible to modify them, though, to make them run on alternate fuels. I don't know much about that, though.
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 rushomancy
 
12:02am 26/07/2010 (UTC)
 
 
Nihil Obstat
Well, you'd make Elkhart, Indiana happy, at least. Guzzles a hell of a lot of gas, though.
 
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