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Post Info TOPIC: Temporary cards at libraries

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Temporary cards at libraries

We just discovered that the local library will allow non-residents to have a temporary card.  We had to pay a deposit that will be refunded when we return the card before leaving town.  The boys were so pleased to be able to check out some fresh reading material!

We had just assumed that libraries were out for us because we would never be residents in our stopping places (we rarely stay in one place longer than a week or two).  Now - we'll just ask away when we hit a new town!  We hope that this is a common practice.

Craig & Linda
'09 FR Cardinal BH 5th Wheel (Traded in for vacation trailer)
'05 Chevy 3500 Silverado

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It's very common, and you will be pleased to find that a lot of libraries don't even ask for a deposit. And you can return the books by mail if you don't finish them in time.

It's a great life, enjoy it !

Fred Wishnie

Full time since Feb 06 in Carriage Cameo 35KS3 and Ford F350

“If all you ever do is all you’ve ever done, then all you’ll ever get is all you ever got.”
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