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Old 08-11-2004, 10:34 AM   #21
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"I figure, in ten years some of those countries may not be as cheap or as nice to live in as they are now, and some other countries may turn out to be gems."

I assume your talking about the US as well.

Your correct, places change all the time, what's nice today could be a dump in ten years.

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Old 08-11-2004, 10:37 AM   #22
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Finally, we have no "girlie men" garbage collectors
out here in the boonies. *I put out all sorts of weird stuff.
Some couldn't be lifted with a back hoe. *They take it all.
No complaints.

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Sometimes I think that if I get really fed up and am ready to cash in my chips before the full stash is built, I'd head to the boonies and the hell with all the rest of civilization. Something like this might fit the bill: http://www.upperdelawarerealty.com/dh/dhome093.html
I know that ROW = right of way, but what does this mean in practical terms as far as property access goes? A bumpy 4X4 ride? A long driveway through someone else's land? Something else?
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Old 08-11-2004, 10:53 AM   #23
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I assume your talking about the US as well.
You bet That goes for the country and parts.

I plan on being somewhat mobile anyway... for instance, I love the Pacific Northwest in the summer, all of it, but the winters are terrible (unless you are on the slopes.)

Gets me thinking - if I was going to spend the summers here the cheapest way to rent a place for a few months would be to sublet an apartment from a student who has a year lease but goes home for the summer.

Then I wondered if you could get by subleasing out the last few months of a lease, then heading somewhere else and doing the same thing.

The life of a nomad?
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Old 08-11-2004, 12:23 PM   #24
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Sounds like a good plan.

We have been traveling for 13+ years. But, we travel like snails, staying long term. We keep finding better and better places, each time thinking this one is "the place". Then we find another. Geez!

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