Request for a subforum
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(10-04-2017, 11:05 AM)rvwandering Wrote: Guys, I think Weight's comment was tongue in cheek. :-)

As was mine :-)
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#12
FWIW weight:

I got the joke....

Big Grin

I lived on the road for several decades, as part of my job, but I have always maintained a home base.

After 40+ years of being a card-carrying member of Accumulators Anonymous, its taking a LONG time to de-clutter and downsize...and sitting in front of this damn computer doesn't help matters!

If you google 'hoarder' I think my name will probably come up somewhere in the top ten results...dammit.

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Never trust a camp cook with lots of shiny new pans...
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#13
Maybe we need a 'Fulltimer's Only' subforum where only fulltimers can post. Everyone can read but but only fulltimers can post. Modeled after the 'girls only, no boys allowed' subforum. ?

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(10-04-2017, 09:03 AM)Weight Wrote: I don't think anyone that is not living in a van should post anything. Smile

Well, Poot on you. 

Goldurn  entitled van-dweller!

If you ain't in a cargo trailer you are LESS THAN squat.  You're SUB-SQUAT.

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I used to full time then I had to get a job
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(10-04-2017, 09:03 AM)Weight Wrote: I don't think anyone that is not living in a van should post anything. Smile

I'm not living in a van yet, but I'm in the planning/prep stages and reading a crap ton of stuff. I posting this so I can just spite you, sorry. LOL
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(10-05-2017, 09:05 PM)trailsailor Wrote: Maybe we need a 'Fulltimer's Only' subforum where only fulltimers can post.  Everyone can read but but only fulltimers can post.  

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(10-03-2017, 03:37 PM)tx2sturgis Wrote: Would it be possible to add a subforum somewhere that deals with getting ready to go on the road, and/or physically making the transition?

I see this topic come up often in several different places, so it might be handy to centralize this information.

Not about building the vehicle, but the process of downsizing, de-cluttering, retiring, informing loved ones, financial preparations, relocating, etc. The entire 'background' logistical process of changing your life from home-based, sticks-and-bricks existence, to life on the road.

Issues, problems, setbacks, delays, processes, plans, dreams...all of that...in one sub-forum?

Very good idea. After looking at the various sub-forums here, this would be a good fit. In retrospect now, I'm actually surprised at the lack of such a sub-forum. I've seen threads get mildly high-jacked as the transition logistics platform gathers energy/attention. I also agree with Guy in that a Health Care sub-forum could be a welcome centralization of information, possibly located after "Personal Hygiene" and before "Traveling With Pets". The sub-forum of "Transitioning To The Road" could be placed in the Life On The Road section as it seems more appropriate there.
Cheers, Rick
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(10-04-2017, 09:03 AM)Weight Wrote: I don't think anyone that is not living in a van should post anything. Smile

OUCH
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(10-27-2017, 09:04 AM)rm.w/aview Wrote:  I also agree with Guy in that a Health Care sub-forum could be a welcome centralization of information

edit; After reading a post by Cyndi on a related thread in this sub-forum, and pondering the reasons that may have been behind the decision to not have a "Health Issues" sub-forum, along with Casper's viewpoint on the potential that such a sub-forum can contain, I now understand why one does not exist. That said, I still believe that Guy, Kayman, Kmmech, & tonyandkaren all have valid points, and the related threads will/should be found in "Topics That Don't Fit In Other Areas".
Cheers, Rick
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