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backandbeyond

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however living in a WOODEN gypsy type caravan when I was off grid was a completely different kettle of fish very enjoyable.
and I've lived in one room before-for a YEAR, its called a bed sit over here.
I have lived in my camper for a few weeks at a time but that was on the property and I was out working, building a workshop/storage unit as well as water supply, that sort of stuff. In the evening it was actually a relief to crawl inside, make a hot meal and read a book before bed. I guess if you have a purpose and something constructive to fill your day it makes a difference, but to just live in a tiny house or caravan would drive me to distraction. I need a lot of space, or am used to it. And I love a big deck to get out on and watch the sky and trees from.
 

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yes when I was off grid I was working outside, growing my own food which took a lot of my time, I also built a wooden workshop shed from scrap timber. I'm on my own a lot now.
The recent lock downs over here have given a lot of people mental health problems, not seeing other people for maybe several months, I'm used to being on my own I'm not gregarious by nature the opposite in fact I cant stand other people so being alone has no fears for me.
 

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I'm trying out my Jayco flight this weekend. Its a nice little trailer. Small, but has everything I need. It will be good enough to live in temporary, if we have to bug out to our other property.
 

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