Why you should not buy your house in a tent

A few months ago, I got my house on a tree stand.

It was a big deal.

But now that the season is winding down, I have been toying with the idea of building something a bit more portable.

The problem is, I do not have the space to pack a tent on the ground, and I don’t want to.

So why bother?

I am a small-town Texas girl from a small town.

We have a little town in which, for whatever reason, we don’t have much money.

My mom always used to tell me I was stupid for thinking I could buy a home in the suburbs.

But that’s not true.

In fact, if I were to buy a house in the same town as the rest of the town, I could make a lot more money than I would be making on the street.

I have heard the old adage that you can’t build a house on the beach, but I never believed that.

I don’ t even want to buy my house in an urban area.

It would be too far away from the river.

So, how do you pack a house when you are so far away?

The answer is, you have to be smart.

I think the only thing I would do is move to a small city like St. Louis, Missouri.

I will be living in the city, but not in my own house.

But in a small apartment, I can easily go to the beach.

That’s it.

There are a few things I would change, though.

For one thing, I would buy a tent.

I’m not going to buy the big tent that comes with a stove, air conditioning, and a fridge.

The best thing I can buy for a small place like St