Well, I know some will think that they won their little piss-ant game
they are playing but it couldn't be further from the truth.
I will be moving in two weeks and with out services for a bit. I
addition to that I will have to change providers as Cox does not
service the area I am moving too, so Comcast here I come.
Anyway, catch you on the flip and I will be here a little bit longer.
Moving oh joy! NOT!!!
Where ya going? You going back to NY and play in the snow? <G>
We did a move to another house down the street a couple of years ago and it
sucked. I still can't find some of my stuff. Now that the next move is down
here I'm all for selling the house furnished. Found out that it is
impossible to rent a van like a econoline or the like. Well, you can rent
them, but not one way. I suppose I can grab one of my friends car trailer
and load that and haul it down here but then I'm dead heading it back. Guess
I'll figure it out eventually.
Oh HELL NO! I have no desire to move to that damn cold ass state
again. I am moving up to the Tucson area. Can't and won't keep
driving 176 miles a day for work. Though I hate moving, I am glad
that this is happening because my wife is quite the pack rat and now
she has to get rid of junk because it is not going with us.
While you may not be able to rent a van, you can rent a small truck one way
as I did it several times when moving down here from NJ. I don't know how
much furniture you have to move but it took me about 3 of these trucks over
the course of a year to fully move and one of them was a 24 footer "also
pulling the Nissan" on a trailer.
If at first you don't succeed, you're not cut out for skydiving
"Roy" < snipped-for-privacy@Fhome.net> wrote in message
I hadn't thought of that. What the tentative plan is for now is next Feb. or
April vacation me and a few of my friends load the trailer and my buddy and
his wife head to Fl with it. I and the wife and dog drive he Magnum down
behind them, we unload, hang out for week, drop the girls at the airport and
bring the truck and trailer and dog back north.
But I'll look into the pods, nice to have options.
I just called POD's out of boredom. Too early to try to get some sleep for
tonights drive. Anyway it would cost, are ya ready $3K for a POD move. That
is a little more than I want to spend especially for the small amount of
stuff I want to move. Wish I could find a rental company thatwould rent a
econoline, that would do it.
Anyway thanks for the idea.
They rent those small box truck. They suck. I want a econoline. All I'm
moving is a bed, a roll away tool box, wide screen tv, generator and Sue's
kitchen stuff. Maybe some misc stuff that's in the garage. Not a whole hell
of a lot. I really want that bed though.
Looks like it might have to be the car hauler.
Yup, it is. BUT they don't rent them one way, local only. The 10 foot box
truck is over 2K. If I was to spend that, then figure the gas, I might be
better off with the POD.
Well, I've a bunch of time to decide what I'm going to do. I'm going to shut
this down and get some sleep. From the weather report, I'll be needing it.
All kinds of shit weather from NJ north. It is what it is I guess, talk to
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