For years myself along with a few friends have traveled all around the US snowmobiling in the winter. Different friends at different times. I have always maintained a large enclosed trailer & the crew cab pick-up to pull it. I never pay for fuel in the truck on the trips. My friends pay the fuel between them. They sometimes store their equipment in my trailer in the summer. This is the ways friends want it. They feel that they don't have to maintain an expensive truck & trailer and only have to load their equipment & go. Works for me.
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I look at this way, not for good or bad on your friends but it is the way it works, you have many more friends when things are free. Try asking a person who has won the lottery how many family members and friends remembered they are.
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That's why it was reported on the news today that 2 years after leaving the NFL 78% of the players are filing for bankruptcy. Too many friends (leaches) using their $$$. My bet is non of the leaches are around for the bankruptcy hearing. Lol. So I agree lots more friends when you pay the bill.