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Author Topic: Bus Parking Idea  (Read 5487 times)
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NEWELL in South Carolina

« Reply #15 on: August 03, 2006, 09:34:25 AM »

I think it's a great idea for certain needs.
I have limited space in my yard.
City ordinances limit how much roof you can have. Then there is a limit on pavement (to allow for rain to soak in the ground).

There is no way I can put an affordable bus barn in & it not look like crap in my yard.

For the same money to comply with all the rules & look good, I could put one of those in & no one would know I was on vacation & how many thieves/vandals would know how to break in to my bus garage?

I have stayed at 5 star resorts, that is why I am converting a bus to create my on 10 star Cheesy resort where the manager (me) knows what I think I want. Now if I could get the controling share holder (wife) to increase funding....... Grin

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