By the time I was in my mid-20s, I’d gotten used to living on the road, even though the only way I was going to get off the couch was to spend the rest of my life in it.
When you’re an average joe who lives in a house, that’s not going to work out very well, so you might as well put the truck bed down for good.
I had to settle for living in a trailer park.
I don’t have to remember to take the trailer out for repairs, I can just pick it up on the way home, so I never really had to think about it.
That was the point: I had a trailer parked, and the only thing I needed to think of was where I was.
It was a perfect setup, and I’d been using it for decades.
It wasn’t until I was 24 that I got serious about living in the trailer.
That’s when I got a new job, and, even then, I was still living on a trailer.
That job took a backseat to my love for truck camping, but it was still the only real option for the time.
I had been living in trailers for years, and there was just nothing else I could do.
When I started out as a commercial fisherman, my girlfriend, who was also my wife, was trying to convince me to go back to school.
But it was the trailer that was a big attraction, and that’s when we decided we were going to move.
That led to me getting my first job as a truck driver, and then, as I got older, I got married and had three kids.
I still had the trailer to myself, and we decided to start a family.
A few years after my wife died, I finally made the move, and since then, we’ve been able to put a lot of the things we used to do out of our heads.
We’ve moved around a lot, and have spent a lot more time in our trailer.
We now have a full-time job and a full family, and it’s all we can do to keep our kids busy.
Now, I’ve been living on my own for nearly 20 years, but we’re still going strong.
As far as living on wheels goes, the truck is a big part of my day-to-day life.
It’s what we do in the evenings, and is the main reason we can live on the roads.
The fact that I can get up at 4 a.m. to get to the job I want and still be driving it at the end of the day makes it all worthwhile.