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Old 05-13-2014, 07:32 PM   #211
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WOW! I too pictured the houses much closer together. With the side load garage, if you park it toward the back of the driveway it is not obtrusive at all. Tell em to pound sand!
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it is not hard for some one to install some thing like that in to the mind of some one

if you upset them more and feel they cant get the money they want for there home

well just say it only takes a bad guy one time to upset you to feel you need to get your RV away from them

they can do any thing why walking by to cutting hitting the RV to even fire

it is very hard to say what you should do but if your are going to keep it there i would install a cam some where for video for mostly at night time
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Old 05-13-2014, 09:07 PM   #213
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....if your are going to keep it there i would install a cam some where for video for mostly at night time
Terry,

I have been thinking about that. As you can see in the photo, it could be difficult to put a cam up above the MH on "their" side to see what is happening, it would have to go up on the utility pole and then wires would need to be run to the house, seems like too much trouble but it did cross my mind.

Hmm.... now what about this new drone stuff, maybe I should get a couple of those....
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Tell them the motorhome is going away, since you've taken a new job as a cement truck driver and you'll be bringing it home every night.
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Terry,

I have been thinking about that. As you can see in the photo, it could be difficult to put a cam up above the MH on "their" side to see what is happening, it would have to go up on the utility pole and then wires would need to be run to the house, seems like too much trouble but it did cross my mind.

Hmm.... now what about this new drone stuff, maybe I should get a couple of those....
You may need a signal booster but a wireless Cam would work. You would probably power it from the inverter in the coach and just suction cup mount it/them to the coach. You can record the feed inside on a computer in your house. I've had pretty good luck with the cheap Foscams.
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Old 05-14-2014, 11:09 AM   #216
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Neighbor Upset with our buying MH.....

You might consider having cousin "Eddie Johnson" go for a visit for a month or so.


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Old 05-15-2014, 08:41 AM   #218
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Stories like this make me so happy to have nothing but farmland around me, nearest neighbor is 1/8 mile away. We do have an old college cattycorner from us that is a Christian summer camp, but no issues there, so we can do what we want. It's heaven, never did get along with neighbors.
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Tell them the motorhome is going away, since you've taken a new job as a cement truck driver and you'll be bringing it home every night.
LOL - good one! I like your thought process and sense of humor.
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I'd be more upset about that Nissan Cube parked in the driveway. [moderator edit]

Lol.
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Neighbor Upset with our buying MH.....

Boy am I happy I didn't ask my neighbors for permission, I just checked to be sure it was legal, and did it. Sometimes it is easier to say "I'm sorry" than to ask permission...

Of course, I'd never be asked if they wanted to do something either, they do their thing and I do mine. Never an issue.


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Someone said to send the link for this thread to them and CC the Realtor. Couldn't agree more. What's even more interesting is that, once the Realtor sees their potential client tried to perpetrate a fraud, he or she will drop them like a hot rock. It's not necessarily that they're so upstanding (though they may very well be)... it's that the Realtor will also be fearing the appearance of collusion by continuing to represent who they publicly see is an attempted fraudulent client. They may even have trouble finding another Realtor. So Jack & Jill's actions have potentially devalued their property by WAY more than their initial claim.

On Second thought, maybe it's just better to ignore the email. Generally, when you roll around in the mud with a pig, all you get is dirty.
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We have no restrictions so we leave our coach parked on the side of the house, where it is plugged in to 50 Amp outlet. This way we can take our time when we pack for a trip, and we have easy access if we need to do anything with it.
You said your neighbor has to sell the house because they can't afford the mortgage payment, and here you bring home a $300,000 motorhome while apparently not having any problem paying your mortgage. Doesn't that tell you everything about the situation?
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