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Old 09-27-2014, 10:00 AM   #15
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We keep our MH in a shed about 150' from the house. I am constantly back and forth.
That must be one heck of a "shed"!
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Old 09-27-2014, 11:38 AM   #16
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I wish I could park it next to the house more frequently, but the HOA says no. Frankly I wouldn't want all of my neighbors to do the same anyway. They didn't object when I parked it next to my garage last summer for 6 weeks while I remodeled the kitchen. And during that time the power went out for more than 24 hours, so I hooked my genny to the house panel. I did add a cement pad next to my garage for storing my MH and boat and snomo trailers temporarily. Works great. Just a 20 amp receptacle so far, maybe a 30 or 50 some day. Been in the house for 39 years now, wouldn't want to move anywhere else, it's home.
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Old 11-02-2014, 10:05 PM   #17
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I have a few secluded acres, so no problem with neighbors. We sometimes stay in our SeaBreeze for days before and after trips. I installed full hookup with 30 amps. It is in a car(RV)port. A good point is, I have a spare place for company. I stay in the MOHO and company stays in the house. I do not trust anyone with my Breeze.
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Old 11-03-2014, 02:20 AM   #18
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When I had a S/B in the country in Illinois, The MH was always parked next to the garage, in its own spot! Very nice! When I bought my Semi, I made a spot out by the road, that I could pull in, park, truck and trailer hooked up, then pull out! Worked great, and took away 120 ' of yard 14' wide that I did not have to mow any more! Win,Win! Rail!
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Old 11-04-2014, 02:03 AM   #19
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Load up , service , wash..... you name it . All easier when the coach is 40' from the garage door.
Absolutely. Easy to keep an eye on The Darlin' Dot, too.
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I keep mine outside my house for all the reasons mentioned. Another reason is "Out of sight, out of mind" problem. Seeing it everyday encourages me to go use it.
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It's great having the coach at home! We lengthened a garage built for our first Class A so our Ventana could live in it and she stays there a good part of the time. We're undergoing a kitchen tear out & new installation so have her plugged into the house and just steps away. It's so nice to go in and sit in peace in a "house" that's not torn up! We have no neighbors and no ordinances or codes anyway so we can park as long as we want where we want & when we want.
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I'm jealous! I live in a community where RV's are only allowed in the driveway for brief periods to pack and unpack. Grrr..
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We live in Florida and have the MH parked next to the house with 50 amp hook up. We have stayed in our MH a number of times during storms and hurricanes. We turn on the genny, sit back in air conditioned comfort and relax. We don't even like to take the MH in for repairs and leave it. Wouldn't like to have to store it somewhere else.
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I wish I could park it next to the house more frequently, but the HOA says no. Frankly I wouldn't want all of my neighbors to do the same anyway. .
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That's why we have areas with HOA's and areas without. Different strokes for different folks but I too wouldn't want RVs stored throughout my neighborhood.

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An HOA would be a complete deal breaker for me. Have to have all my stuff close. That's why I built a 5 car garage at the back of the property. Did that 10 years ago, and fortunately left enough driveway pad to park the MH. Can hardly see it from the street.
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I am so happy that I live where I can park the RV next to the house. I will NEVER live in a house with an HOA again.

X2. Our former HOA was very entertaining with the group of "Little Hitlers" and their perceived position of power. Only problem was they could be a real pain.

Our recent experience in which we were glad to have the MH at the house was the skunk that decided to spray right out side our open bedroom window.
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+2 on all of the comments. May have to look into one of those Samsung things.
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We keep ours in the garage, fully-stocked including my clothes, and ready to hit the road on a whim. We've been to some really neat places without any planning, just a urge to go; the only thing we have to pack is our meds put some stuff in the frig-- and DW's clothes ( It's the prudent thing to do for a husband_)
I check normal maintenance items quite often, even if the MH hasn't moved in a week or more, so I know it's ready to roll at any time.
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