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Old 09-01-2014, 03:50 PM   #43
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Maybe they meant vagabond?

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Old 09-02-2014, 11:34 AM   #44
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I love seeing the comments that folks make on rv park reviews and other review sites about pulling into an rv park and seeing all the rigs with flowers and steps and they try to keep as far away from them as they can or check out for another park. Sure, there may be some who have run down rigs,but there are a lot of others that are either students going to college,folks that are working in the area and choose to live in a fiver or motorhome,so that they can go to another job when this one is done,or just folks that are fulltimers,nomads, that will stay six months,or so and then find another place.
On another side,I don't see folks calling "snowbirds" vagrants and some of them live as far off the grid as possible in the desert during the winter.

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