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  1. Re: Pooling resources and knowledge: An alternative escape. UK.

    That's a bit close to my in-laws...

    :behindsofa:

    Just kidding; great people in north-east Scotland.
  2. Re: Pooling resources and knowledge: An alternative escape. UK.

    Ooohhh, lovely - we stayed in Inveraray just up the road a few years ago, it's absolutely stunning around there.

    There's no way I could chip in though especially with the car being the money pit...
  3. Re: Pooling resources and knowledge: An alternative escape. UK.

    That would never happen in England sadly as there is so much land pressure; though a couple of years ago the council in Liverpool were offering houses in a street for £1000 if the buyer would make...
  4. Re: Pooling resources and knowledge: An alternative escape. UK.

    I'll set the cat on it - she's so feral and fierce that it'll go and haunt somewhere else.
    :cat:
  5. Re: Pooling resources and knowledge: An alternative escape. UK.

    I think that it's England that's the problem as planning laws are very strict; you need planning permission to live permanently in a caravan, any other type of mobile home or what is classed as a...
  6. Re: Pooling resources and knowledge: An alternative escape. UK.

    Oh now, posh yurts - I did a yoga class once in one, it was lovely! I'd go for that but the spouse and the cat might take some convincing...
  7. Re: Pooling resources and knowledge: An alternative escape. UK.

    Even a small suite of rooms would be out of my price range unfortunately, especially when my car's finally fixed (hopefully on) Friday after a very complicated repair... but you'd need a cleaner for...
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