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    Oh my goodness, the way that Suanne lives is actually the stuff of nightmares for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tybee View Post
    Oh my goodness, the way that Suanne lives is actually the stuff of nightmares for me.
    That was my thought as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tybee View Post
    Oh my goodness, the way that Suanne lives is actually the stuff of nightmares for me.
    I could see doing it for travel/camping. Not over the long-haul, though.
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    Deleted a double post. Don't know what's going on!

    Anyway, have a good day, everyone.
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    Suzanne seems to be happy with her lifestyle so I'm not going to say it's wrong. But I will say that I have zero desire to live that way myself. If I were going to go with a non-homed lifestyle and didn't have a vehicle that was at least as big as a full size van I would probably chose to sleep in a traditional tent with my stuff in a backpack but possibly with my stuff stored in a car. (weather would impact how I dealt with all that if I was living an unsheltered lifestyle.) I would most definitely not choose to have both myself and my stuff all together in a prius. That just sounds depressing AF.

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    I'm into tiny living, and I love my Prius, but my car is my car and my home is my home. I would hope I had some of those items Suanne has in her Prius if I were stuck in a snowstorm, but otherwise, I have NO desire to sleep in my Prius.
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    For me it was like an evolution of the Bag Lady thing--I don't want to be the Prius Lady.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tybee View Post
    For me it was like an evolution of the Bag Lady thing--I don't want to be the Prius Lady.
    Two toddlers and two adults, 4 days/3 nights across country in a Ford van. It was actually a nice trip and the sleeping accommodations worked out well. I wouldn't mind being the Van Lady. LOL.
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    Not for me as I cannot even survive longer than a month in my motor home.

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