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Old 07-05-2012, 07:14 PM   #11
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Well most of the hard work is done! I was next to impossible to get the trailer where I wanted it. So we had to get creative! (Very Scary!) Please let me know if the link below doesn't work.




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Old 07-05-2012, 07:50 PM   #12
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Looks great. Of course you will need to rent a backhoe again if you want to move it Looks like a nice spot. I lived over in North Yarmouth for 20 years and really miss the area.
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Old 07-06-2012, 06:28 AM   #13
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I just referred back to the before picture to better appreciate the after. Man, what a difference! Looks great and your hard work has really paid off.
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Old 07-06-2012, 07:30 AM   #14
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Thanks..It has been a hard working 3 months! I ran way over buget on the excavator but he did a great job. I still need to run the conduit for the water and power from my generator house and then I will be done for this year. Next year I will pour the slab in front of the trailer.
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Looks like a nice spot!
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Thanks...Hopefully I get to enjoy it a little more next year!
What are you going to be doing on your land?
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Old 03-22-2013, 08:25 PM   #17
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Opening day in 3 weeks! I have had enough of this snow!
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Opening day in 3 weeks! I have had enough of this snow!
I hear ya, I'm over this and want to get camping! I would love to buy a piece of land in NH, ME or VT to put a trailer at permanently. Click image for larger version

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I assume you all have the same things up there as we do here. The local county really gets involved on permits and things and there is usually something that comes up and gives you fits...

We are virtually a no trailer county. Existing trailers are allowed to stay put but new ones won't be approved... We have lots of woods here too. Even just buying land and putting in water, sewer, and electric service pole has all kinds of permits required. Land has to perk etc...

After you get all those things out of the way then you can start doing what you have just done...

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I hear ya, I'm over this and want to get camping! I would love to buy a piece of land in NH, ME or VT to put a trailer at permanently. Attachment 6952
It is cheaper than you think...You can get a couple of acres W/IN 2.5 hours of Boston for the price of a TT. If you pick the right area no one will bother you. Just make sure the land covenents allows trailers. For instance mine allows TT's as long as they are not used as a primary residence or more than 6 months out of the year. When I read 6 months that is 180 days right? No problem. I have great neighbors anyway...If you consider 1/2 mile to the closest resident a neighbor.
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