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Helen Back

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I am thinking about getting a set up like this. I ran up my credit cards to buy four top of the line sex dolls at Real Dolls dot com. I think it's best to have a travelling brothel than letting people come at my place. I can keep the girls in my truck like the red light district and after they pick, they can take their girl to the trailer. That way they can't try them all out. I don't want someone paying for one girl, then getting a free orgy, or sneaking in their friend. Thanks for bringing this up! I need to better think my plan/preps.
 
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Anyone here with a camper/RV? I've got a 12 foot popup. Tows easy behind my SUV. Self contained. Great for a BOV.
Not anymore, but I do have properly that's like a campground. I have room for lots of RVs and campers. Hey where will you be bugging out to? I'm on the other side of the Ponchatrain from you.
 

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If you have room for me I'd like to be at your place! LOL
Well there would have to be some long chats about who you are and what you believe in (not personal identifying information) . We do have a local prepper group. Private message me about your idea's and what you have planned for the future.
 

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I have a 12’ R Pod that’s self contained. It pulls pretty easily and I have a good 4 wheel drive to pull it with. I don’t know if I would consider it for a bug out vehicle though. It kills the gas mileage by close to half, and it would draw too much attention during an evacuation as far as hey that guy must have supplies and resources. I really would like to have a piece of property to park it at for an emergency bug out place.
 

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I had a 35' RV once and we lived in a 30' RV for a year while we were building our house. I personally hate the damn things. I spent most of the winter trying to keep the pipes and sewer thawed out and shoveling the roof.
Years ago I had a small pop up tent trailer. I really liked it, but only for summer use.
I'll never own another RV again. I hate camping and my wife likes camping even less than I do.
 

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I had a 35' RV once and we lived in a 30' RV for a year while we were building our house. I personally hate the damn things. I spent most of the winter trying to keep the pipes and sewer thawed out and shoveling the roof.
Years ago I had a small pop up tent trailer. I really liked it, but only for summer use.
I'll never own another RV again. I hate camping and my wife likes camping even less than I do.
I’ve had a few over the years too. Never lived in one though. But for long weekend trips in scenic places they are great. I love having heat, AC, microwave, stove top and hot showers. Beats the heck out of being in a tent anyways. One thing I can’t stand though are the crowded RV parks where they park everyone right up next to each other. That’s not camping, it’s the motel 6 for metal cans.... state parks tend to be a lot nicer.
 

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Do you think there's money in doing a camper time share? In case my brothel doesn't work out.
Back in the old pipeline days in Alaska some smart folks converted their rv's in to cribs. They followed the work camps along the pipeline route. Made a lot of money too.
 

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Have had many in the past. Currently am the new owner of a converted popup my dad did for me. He is retired and likes having projects. Took a cheap popup, removed the canvas, put up walls. It's small and doesn't have all the amenities, but it'd be better than sleeping on the ground or in a tent. Pulls easy and can sleep 3 comfortably. As of right now, though, it is my escape when my introvertedness gets to me while everyone is self-quarantining here at home. If needed it's easily hooked on to and we can take off and have something out of the elements with a bed.

Sure wish I still had some I've have had in the past. Fully self contained and had everything. Oh wells.. use what you got. :)
 

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This is our travel trailer. Both myself and my wife were tent campers but past 60 we wanted more comfort. Before COVID our plans were to use the trailer once a month and we stayed close to that schedule minus a few missed trips for repairs. As soon as my foot heals from surgery
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, and we get our COVID shots we plan to hit the road again. We have lived for a week or two in the travel trailer. We named it "Escape Pod"
 

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This is our travel trailer. Both myself and my wife were tent campers but past 60 we wanted more comfort. Before COVID our plans were to use the trailer once a month and we stayed close to that schedule minus a few missed trips for repairs. As soon as my foot heals from surgeryView attachment 12007, and we get our COVID shots we plan to hit the road again. We have lived for a week or two in the travel trailer. We named it "Escape Pod"
The wife and I are lookin to buy. She wants a pull-behind like this. I was thinking RV, deisel pusher hauling our truck, but we're still going over options. I agree, I'm getting to old to sleep on the cold ground if I can avoid it.
 

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