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Old 05-19-2006, 03:06 PM   #21
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Re: George is Killing me

Following George on his blog has motivated me into looking into truck campers. I'm surprised how nice some of these are even though they are fairly small. But for a single person that is interested in occasional rv'ing, it looks like a good way to go.* Looks like you can buy these for a fairly reasonable price too, just depends on what you want. Not gonna do anything this year as I have a few more months of the working life, but plan to study and think about it until then.

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Re: George is Killing me
Old 05-20-2006, 04:25 PM   #22
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Colorado is great. I can vouch for that because I lived there for 4 years. People are into outdoor sports, and the towns have the infrastructure to facilitate active lifestyles. Fort Collins and Boulder both have extensive bike trails, bike lanes, and, get this, municipal kayak parks right in downtown.

However, I wouldn't advise single males to traverse out there in the hope of finding some cute cyclist chick who's straight of the Colorado Cyclist catalogue. Unless you're plugged into the college scene, the yuppy dating scene is rather lacking.

Got retiree health care through your company? What if the company goes bankrupt? Retire and go RVing full time? RVs are not structurally sound. You'll die in a fiery crash. Retire and live overseas? What if you die? Aren't you worried about your body? No, I don't think I will be able to seeing how I am dead.
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