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Old 09-21-2007, 10:23 PM   #15
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Maybe I'm confusing others...
I'm just on a ZEN riff.
Too many big words for me
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Old 09-21-2007, 10:29 PM   #16
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The author demonstrates that the cycle maintenance [b](or bringing Fiberglass Travel Trailers "Up to Par") may be dull and tedious drudgery or an exciting and pleasureable pastime. It all depends on the inner attitude and peace of mind (or the lack of it).
This is the point I wanted to make to Janine.
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Old 09-21-2007, 10:36 PM   #17
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This is the point I wanted to make to Janine.
Good---Iam glad that is clarified.
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Old 09-23-2007, 12:47 AM   #18
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I happened to find my trailer when "the universe was in alignment" and my situation worked for me. Is it perfect? I must confess, no, not really. Is it perfect for me in this time and place? Yeah, sort of. That's enough.
Say, sir, that's what happened to me.

I had never once expressed an interest in trailer-camping (we had only tented or day-trip-canoed previously, and not that often) then suddenly I wanted an RV.

I toured a sweet used stick-bulit that was at least 22 feet long and full of 70s retro furnishings, and got our clever mechanic friend to have a look-see. Five grand.

He said, "That trailer is fine for five thousand, if you really want all that space. Here is the local Buy-and-Sell. Here is a '77 17' foot Boler advertised today for five thousand. It will not rust or leak. If you want it, you should call him now."

I said, "Yeah, okay, I'll call him tomorrow." he said, "It will be gone by tomorrow. If you want it, drive there now with a certified cheque."

The seller already had two offers, but I had a certified cheque, and we signed the papers on the spot and dragged it home the next morning.

It just so happened I had recently lost a job under highly unusual circumstances, but had negotiated a severance package for five grand.

It is my Severance Boler, and no, it is not perfect. Is it right for me and my family in this time and place? Yeah. That's enough.

Less work, more camping.
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