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Old 04-11-2015, 12:53 AM
 
Location: MS
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While contemplating a move or vacation to a distant place within the continental U.S., I found that it requires much deliberation to execute it since two main things going about it are of course feasibility and safety ( being without travel companions ).

I received the succinct advice which seems easy; he said, “Find a place you like, meet with a realtor or landlord, then sign a lease”, though with being a novice to relocation and travel, I still want more ideas about the process. I have lately researched “padmapping“, “couch-surfing”, “WWOOFing”, though if other nifty 21st century devices such as these exist, I would like to know about them.

It would be both interesting and helpful to learn more from others who are well-versed in relocation and travel (please pardon my void of knowledge), so I thankfully found this forum.
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