8,000 miles round-trip...
#1
Car 
Thank you, ladies and gentlemen.

Blessings to all...

Billy
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#2
Damn, that's a whole lotta road!
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#3
Can blondy can you draw a big red line on the map showing us your travels .
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#4
Perhaps.
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#5
How long did it take you? What was your favorite state?
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#6
16 days...

Utah and New Mexico are tied.

Visit: Utah.

Live in: New Mexico.
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(08-30-2018, 07:14 PM)Trix Wrote: 16 days...

Utah and New Mexico are tied.

Visit: Utah.

Live in: New Mexico.

What about Mormons? And NM the cops shoot everyone?
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#8
Mormons LOL.
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#9
(08-30-2018, 09:41 PM)Trix Wrote: Mormons LOL.

Did you see any? Did they say "We just want to talk to you about Jesus"????
They come to my door and I say im not interested they say "Do you know anyone who is" I mean wtf?
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#10
No.
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#11
I miss New Mexico. I miss Colorado more, though.
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(08-30-2018, 07:14 PM)Trix Wrote: 16 days...

Utah and New Mexico are tied.

Visit: Utah.

Live in: New Mexico.

That's a long time!

Did you camp, stay in motels/hotels, or with friends/family?

I have been to Utah a few times before to ski, but have never been there in the summer. I definitely noticed the Mormon presence.

New Mexico is lovely, I agree!! Trix are you going to move there??
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#13
I wouldn’t mind moving to NM.

I got a couple hotels in Colorado but that was it...

I slept in the vehicle and prefer it to hotel rooms.

It is very comfortable and I do not need all the facilities.

I find it very easy to live without the running water and the other trappings.
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#14
The only thing that matters re: vehicle dwelling is temperature. Anything above 80 isn’t comfortable for sleeping... if it’s too hot, I will not allow myself to lose consciousness. So you see, it’s about finding the right temperature/locale.
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(08-31-2018, 03:28 AM)Trix Wrote: I wouldn’t mind moving to NM.

I got a couple hotels in Colorado but that was it...

I slept in the vehicle and prefer it to hotel rooms.  

It is very comfortable and I do not need all the facilities.

I find it very easy to live without the running water and the other trappings.

Did you modify it or just sleep on the back seat? That is ok if you are small.
My car I used to take the bottom back seat out it came out with clips.
And put the back seats down opening to the trunk, and fit a single foam matress, so my head was like where the back seat is the legs in the trunk.
It was quite comfortable for weekends.
Better than the back seat where I had to put my feet up or out the window.
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#16
There’s a legit bed in my car.

More comfortable than the one I sleep on at home.
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#17
Yeah I’m like 5’4” so I fit easy.
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#18
I think living in houses is the wrong thing to do.
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#19
Feels wrong.
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#20
(08-31-2018, 03:39 AM)Trix Wrote: I think living in houses is the wrong thing to do.

You are right if you know how to chase the climate. Living in houses sucks I mean you are living on a peice of land, in a box.
What is the difference to living on many peices of land in a box? Not much.
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