The Homeless


I read an article the other day that in many circles local governments consider people who live in RVs homeless and therefore undesirable.

People who live on boats are treated as eccentric, if not well to do free spirits.

Folks within the cabin doors they are the same people. One is a floating RV and the other being a dirt boat. Both are self contained living quarters.

How they choose to remain mobile is different with its own set of challenges.

So buy a half million dollar RV and you are trash. Buy a half million dollar boat and you are caviller and living life to the fullest.

Makes perfect sense.



WARNING - Side effects may include: gas with oily discharge, headache or diarrhea.

6 comments:

Peach Pod said...

You are so right. I had never thought about it before! But I will say that you'll meet some of the nicest people at both marinas and campgrounds!

Micky-T said...

Upgrade Origami by about 30 feet and you can be both.

Phfrankie Bondo said...

...and they both produce an oily discharge....

Rock Chef said...

Don't you love double-standards?

Jay Gray said...

I'd like to be both.

terri said...

So I guess I don't make enough money to qualify as white trash.... I'm confused!