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  1. Greetings Road People, I have a house on a double lot in Clearlake CA with an extra driveway with RV canopy and interested in someone to park in the space in exchange for yardwork and house repairs...should have some skills and muscle power. Clearlake is above Napa County and in from Sonoma County. 2 1/2 hours from Bay Area and 1hr. 20 min. approx. hours from Santa Rosa, Ukiah. Time frame could be a couple months to semi permanent with initial trial period. Work includes weed-whacking,raking leaves, trimming trees, painting, gardening, minor home repairs etc. I could run an electric line out to the RV but have to work something out about cost of electric, depending on how that runs. It's pretty hot here sometimes in summer and cold spells in winter. You could use the shower but prefer to maintain independence of units. There's also a sort of shed attachment to the garage that could be converted to a living space. I'm looking for someone with liberal politics, a Buddhist meditator of some sort or with these sentiments, knowledge of gardening, green techniques, foraging skills and a solar unit on your RV a total plus. I'm a sixties person ,baby-boomer, social worker retired from the Bay Area. I was going to get a Toyo RV and hit the road but bought this house up here after the market crash instead. Will get a TRV some day... I guess you can reply and I can get messages on here Cheerio, gosagitt7