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  1. These are all the answers I needed - purrfect! Was just making sure that, somewhere at least, there was a viable space to take my adventure cat along with me on my adventures. Thank you all! :)
  2. So in videos/pictures/diagrams of Ollies, it looks like there's an empty area to the side of the toilet. I can't tell if it's big enough for a small kitty litter box or not. It's the only area I've found that I could reasonably, perhaps, put one to bring the cat along. :) Thoughts? Thanks!
  3. Very helpful information, thank you both! A bit overwhelming, though. The only thing I know for sure is that my laptop, which I'd use anywhere between 3 and 5 hours a day, is 200W. Is there a place I can find information about exactly how much energy the appliances in the Ollie consume (microwave, fridge, using the stove once or twice a day, LED lighting, etc.) so I can add that to my laptop wattage and try to figure out how many AH I'd need? Under specifications, the upgraded Ollie battery is 450AH which would mean 225AH usable. Plus solar, which I am hoping there will be a 640W option as men
  4. So my goal is to pretty much permanently live in an Ollie in a couple of years. I'll spend a week at home base so I can work and earn income, and I'll have the Ollie at a friend's place. Then I'll spend a week traveling or camping. Rinse and repeat! I plan to run primarily on solar and propane. I guess I just want to make sure I'm not overreaching when I think I'm going to be able to live fully in my trailer. So what kind of power capabilities should I expect? What kinds of appliances can I run, for how long, etc.? Thanks!
  5. Hello, y'all! I'm really considering getting an Ollie and living a fairly free life. I am 25, and since 24, for many months now I have struggled with what I call a quarter life crisis. I have been living on my own, with a solid professional career as a licensed massage therapist. Then I kinda felt this unceasing existential dread and became very nihilistic. Everything in the world seemed to be terrible, and I felt trapped, like I was a hamster on a wheel that I didn't want to be on. I don't want to keep renting, but I don't know where I want to live to own my own home. I keep accumulating more
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