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2112

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Posted: 12/31/13 05:44am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Rather than trying to sneak around stealth camping why not locate a home owner or business owner that would allow you to park on their property and provide 120VAC for the price of generator fuel. This would solve some of your concerns. Explain your situation and intentions and I'm sure you could find someone to help you out.

I wouldn't mind you parking next to my garage on week days for $100/mo as long as you kept to yourself and didn't become a nuisance.


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I'm still wondering what you'll do if you wake up in the middle of the night and you find yourself being towed down the road because of parking violations?
Will they charge you more at the impound yard as you live in your van? I wonder if they would let you plug in? Something to ponder!


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Steve S wrote:

I'm still wondering what you'll do if you wake up in the middle of the night and you find yourself being towed down the road because of parking violations?
Will they charge you more at the impound yard as you live in your van? I wonder if they would let you plug in? Something to ponder!


Good one....before he says that won't happen, he should definitely search the forum here....plenty of stories...I think I remember one in the past few months.

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2112 wrote:

Rather than trying to sneak around stealth camping why not locate a home owner or business owner that would allow you to park on their property and provide 120VAC for the price of generator fuel. This would solve some of your concerns. Explain your situation and intentions and I'm sure you could find someone to help you out.

I wouldn't mind you parking next to my garage on week days for $100/mo as long as you kept to yourself and didn't become a nuisance.


Or just rent a room for a couple hundred dollars a month. Even if it's in a mobile home, it might be better living conditions than what he's proposing and he won't be peeking out the windows every time he hears a noise.


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Hey. Didn`t get the chance to the fact that a single reporting form in all subjects is an essay. In Oxford, even in maths, you need to write an essay in the form of a scientific article, where you make an introduction, include in the text formulas and graphs, their description, explanation of the result and conclusion. About 30 essays have been written in the last 2 years. Of course, we have unique students on the course who do not write anything themselves, but order essays on sites like this https://bestessay4you.com/.

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ghooos wrote:

Hey. Didn`t get the chance to the fact that a single reporting form in all subjects is an essay. In Oxford, even in maths, you need to write an essay in the form of a scientific article, where you make an introduction, include in the text formulas and graphs, their description, explanation of the result and conclusion. About 30 essays have been written in the last 2 years. Of course, we have unique students on the course who do not write anything themselves, but order essays on sites like this https://bestessay4you.com/.
Well Ok, I don't know what the hell you just said but your about 7 years late.





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ghooos wrote:

Hey. Didn`t get the chance to the fact that a single reporting form in all subjects is an essay. In Oxford, even in maths, you need to write an essay in the form of a scientific article, where you make an introduction, include in the text formulas and graphs, their description, explanation of the result and conclusion. About 30 essays have been written in the last 2 years. Of course, we have unique students on the course who do not write anything themselves, but order essays on sites like this https://bestessay4you.com/.


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Hmmm... sometimes these spam posts can bring back interesting threads! lol


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boo I read this whole boondoggle before realizing it was old. hope that guy isn't dead somewhere. also hope he learned how to grow up.

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You might want to consider a small used Class C. Will keep you from having to buy all the extra stuff and doing the work. Plus you will have a shower and toilet there.

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