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Old 08-11-2014, 06:19 PM   #20385
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So sad about Robin Williams, he was my favorite. Comedienne, Loved every movie he was in....
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He is riding the eternal rainbow with Dunner... possibly by his own hand.
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Old 08-11-2014, 06:25 PM   #20388
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Robin Williams will forever be known among RVers from the movie RV.

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Old 08-11-2014, 06:27 PM   #20389
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My most often used Robin Williams quote. " it's your basic hydraulics "
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Old 08-11-2014, 06:33 PM   #20390
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Did you go time before or are now??? I am

We do plan to come off the road one day and are mostly storing things we have an emotional attachment to or just want to keep. For instance our leather sofa and my leather chair. They are not million dollar items but they are items I don't want to buy again.

Sort view things going in as viable for travel if they were viable at home. The contingency stuff is not going... but I already know I have too many tools in my toolbox...
Emotional attachments are soon forgotten. I loved my leather couches and my $1500 lazy boy big, fat, lush recliner. About $5000 in all. I had 300 books, but once you read them? Also that included the RV.org guide.

If you could find a storage for $50 to hold your stuff, in 5 years you are taking $3000. But let's face it, the storage you will need for the "emotional attachment" stuff, will probably be double that. We have both seen many that say after several years they wish they could call the storage place and donate the stuff.

We got rid of a J-couch and put in two nice recliners. Along with all the other remodeling, we are now attached to our home, the RV. It will be a year in one month, and we love this more than any other home we ever had.
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"Goooooooood morning Vietnam!!"

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Emotional attachments are soon forgotten. I loved my leather couches and my $1500 lazy boy big, fat, lush recliner. About $5000 in all. I had 300 books, but once you read them? Also that included the RV.org guide.

If you could find a storage for $50 to hold your stuff, in 5 years you are taking $3000. But let's face it, the storage you will need for the "emotional attachment" stuff, will probably be double that.
Leather and "emotional attachment" stuff......climate controlled storage....more than 50/ mo. I paid 65/mo for 10'X10' without climate control. Figured out when I cleaned it out there wasn't anything in there worth the 3,500 I spent keepin' the stuff there.
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Leather and "emotional attachment" stuff......climate controlled storage....more than 50/ mo. I paid 65/mo for 10'X10' without climate control. Figured out when I cleaned it out there wasn't anything in there worth the 3,500 I spent keepin' the stuff there.

It varies. I pay $45 for a climate controlled 5x5 full of mostly heirlooms that will eventually be doled out. No last will entry required if they already have it. 😉
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He is riding the eternal rainbow with Dunner... possibly by his own hand.

Tx, Marty. Suicide is the saddest. I have to count my first son as one of them. :(


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Emotional attachments are soon forgotten. I loved my leather couches and my $1500 lazy boy big, fat, lush recliner. About $5000 in all. I had 300 books, but once you read them? Also that included the RV.org guide.

I'm busy trying to read all my hard copy books ("iPad on trees") so I can give each of them a new life with someone else. Most I will never read again and they would be wasted on my bookshelves. As much as I love my books....

Someday, someone will be very happy he/she doesn't have to deal with them.


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