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Old 12-27-2010, 02:35 PM   #29
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Hear, hear Bret. Almost the minute I bought my trailer, I knew I'd never have to sleep under a bridge. Believe it or not, that was actually a relief. My trailer is decades old. What I could sell it for, wouldn't give me enough to live on for more than a brief moment in time. But I could live (comfortably) for a very long time in it. YMMV
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Old 12-27-2010, 03:57 PM   #30
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What a relief

Sounds like a few of us have thought about that what if???
Another thought that has popped in my head. What if I got rid of all of this stuff...How little can I live with? I think I could do with a whole lot less. If the housing market was a little better, I think I would be willing to find out.;



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Hear, hear Bret. Almost the minute I bought my trailer, I knew I'd never have to sleep under a bridge. Believe it or not, that was actually a relief. But I could live (comfortably) for a very long time in it. YMMV
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Old 12-27-2010, 06:15 PM   #31
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I (and the spouse) would take the direct opposite approach. Our fully paid truck and Casita are our "safety valve" (in many respects). If things were to turn especially nasty financially, our little egg is our safe harbor and would keep us from living on the streets or couch-surfing. It's a comfort to know that we can be hooked up and down the road within minutes.

Knock on wood that that need will never arise . . . .

Bret
I'd agree too Bret. If it came to survival we could make it in our 'egg', no problem! And also - let's all hope we never half to.
I work for a missions org and I'll tell you, many many people in the world would love an 'egg' home!
I think we need to remember that often - even if we struggle with recession, or whatever.
A second 'egg' home is likely only affordable by 1.5% of the worlds population - if that!

Happy (and blessed) New Year All!
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