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    I think that is a great solution to space constraints! It makes so much sense to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post
    I think that is a great solution to space constraints! It makes so much sense to me.
    Thanks for your endorsement! When my DS asked me how this fit into my "simple living" values I told him that my life energy is worth spending on more time with my family. And, also, investing half-interest in a used camper is a LOT cheaper than putting a second floor on our cottage.
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    That's a great idea for addressing space issues. Congrats all around!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by catherine View Post
    Thanks for your endorsement! When my DS asked me how this fit into my "simple living" values I told him that my life energy is worth spending on more time with my family. And, also, investing half-interest in a used camper is a LOT cheaper than putting a second floor on our cottage.
    That’s what I think about the building-on idea.

    frankly, it is temporary. Those RV’s don’t last forever. This one will last about as long as you need it to last. Your grand children are very young now but in 10 to 15 years they all will not want to trek up to Vermont, they will have their own life and friends. Though you DO have a boat and a lake, so that will be an enduring attraction.

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    I think it’s an excellent solution! When we had our motor home we used it as a guest room frequently since we only had one guest room in the house.

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    Now you just need a porch for it:

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