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2/10/2021 04:00:34 am
Great post. Maybe you could do a write up on the pros and cons (and pitfalls) of a DIY cargo van conversion job.?
2/10/2021 08:12:12 am
I will take your suggestion to heart, and I appreciate it because I'm always looking for something new to write about. I think the biggest problem for me would be would be thinking of any "cons" to converting a van. If you have the time and some basic skills in plumbing, electrical, and carpentry, it's pretty easy, and can be done a little at a time, as free time, and the availability of money, warrants it.
2/10/2021 09:37:20 am
That would be a great blog entry since I am looking at vans in my quest to get smaller RV wise.
2/10/2021 12:47:42 pm
I can relate to that since I too would like something smaller, lighter, fewer things to worry about, and more maneuverable. I vacillate between a van being a good choice, and a van being too small. But I see an awful lot of them around now and it appears that a lot of them prefer boondocking, although I haven't spent enough time in RV parks to determine their prevalence there.
2/10/2021 02:02:11 pm
I loved my vans. None were cheap but I loved having everything I needed with me all the time. Since I spend most of my day looking at one screen or another (laptop, tablet, phone, TV in that order) I don't need a lot of interior space. If I was going to buy a new one, I would look at the Embassy Duo since it has everything I want except for being short enough to fit in one parking space.
2/10/2021 02:47:21 pm
Thank you Linda, at the moment I'm working on a couple of days of information about full-timing in a van which I'll probably start tomorrow. And since your van experience far exceeds mine, I would appreciate any comments that you would like to make in reference to living in a van.
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