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Moving house with TD

Postby edgeau » Tue Dec 12, 2017 6:23 am

The TD is barely finished and has not been camping yet but is proving very versatile while we are moving house!
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Re: Moving house with TD

Postby daveesl77 » Tue Dec 12, 2017 8:21 am

We can do a lot with our little houses on wheels. Regina and I are looking at buying a home in West Virginia and if we do so, we intend to put Conch Fritter in the garage to act as a "temporary living area" as we do some upgrades and refurb on the actual house, such as refinishing the hardwood floors and painting before we move our furniture up from our Florida house. Which, by the way, if the purchase goes through on the WV house we'll be putting our FL home up for sale. Anybody want to live on a lake in a nice neighborhood? :D

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Re: Moving house with TD

Postby lrrowe » Tue Dec 12, 2017 10:47 pm

daveesl77 wrote:We can do a lot with our little houses on wheels. Regina and I are looking at buying a home in West Virginia and if we do so, we intend to put Conch Fritter in the garage to act as a "temporary living area" as we do some upgrades and refurb on the actual house, such as refinishing the hardwood floors and painting before we move our furniture up from our Florida house. Which, by the way, if the purchase goes through on the WV house we'll be putting our FL home up for sale. Anybody want to live on a lake in a nice neighborhood? :D

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Me too...sort of. Signing a contract now to move off the lake and downsize to a smaller and less expensive home. The CT will come handy as we have to haul and hide stuff from potential buyer’s eyes.
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Re: Moving house with TD

Postby edgeau » Thu Dec 28, 2017 7:56 pm

The TD was great for avoiding re ironing all the clothes after we moved a few weeks agoImage

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