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January 21, 2008

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Ernest

Now this is clearly a great dialogue on this focus on this webpage.
I'm going to go through the other posts.

Sandy

Do you travel full time? My husband and I have a vintage teardrop trailer and plan to traveil when I retire in May. I never thought of Mexico. Where exactly is this little town?

stanbrooks2nednet.net

do you have water sewer electric and near by gas ? I live in Nederland
colorado and want out of the cold climate what do you do with your time?
where is this place where you live can I be of any help?

stanbrooks2nednet.net

do you have water sewer electric and near by gas ? I live in Nederland
colorado and want out of the cold climate what do you do with your time?
where is this place where you live can I be of any help?

Cait

What a gorgeous trailer, and a great story!

Shane C.

The trailer life is way cool. Unfortunately, here in the U.S., every trailer park or RV park I came across has a requirement that the trailer not be older than ten years. Its such a joke to be here. If I had a fully restored vintage trailer, that would not qualify for a spot in America. More reasons to be an expat..

Doc

Did you also go over to Guanajuato? I'd hate to drive there, but it's a beautiful place. I stayed there a while and considered living in San Miguel, but there was one drawback: too many Americans like me. . . .

Michael Janzen

WOW. Very cool story of lifestyle change... sounds like a dream come true for those that can get past the consumerism baggage we all carry around with us. Good therapy too. More power to you!

Misty

Yep, I am a single woman and I hauled this little 14 ft. trailer thru Mexico all alone. Not a single problem!!!

The monthly fee in San Miguel de Allende is $315 and that included free wi-fi, hookups, etc...

I have left my trailer in Mex (in SMA) for a few months til I finish up a job in LA, but plan on grabbing her this summer and continuing all the way to Panama.

Do it! You will not regret it, I promise you.

sandra

Did you pull this trailer through Mexico? and are you a single woman?

What is the monthly parking fee?

Are you planning on living in Mexico full time in your trailer?

I am considering retiring to Mexico and am thinking of buying a travel trailer to live in.

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