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It’s oddly interesting how our perception changes to make everything around us make sense and seem acceptable in the present time. Pre-Covid, people would buy their first home smaller than the next home they planned on living in for many years to come.

Today, I cheer for the ones that move from their car into a camp trailer. In the camp trailer, they can stretch out to sleep, have more room for their possessions, a cover over their heads that provides better safety, and hopefully be able to make meals. The next triumph would be if they could find a place to park their trailer where there is electricity and water. I have seen many of my guests celebrate the new living quarters as if it was their first home. They dream of the day they can move into a true home somewhere in the valley.

We now have more guests living in camp trailers than in cars. For this, I am grateful.

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