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Can you live in a hunting camp and still keep your kids?


A friend of mine got with her current beau a few years ago. He wants to save money by selling his house and moving her and her son with him to his dads hunting camp. There is a generator, and electricity. no running water unless you count the RV and camper that is also there. (plumbing works in both). There is a wood stove in the camp and both RV and camper have heat. She would like to know what the boundaries are regarding this possible decision. Technically there is running water but what about winter months? won't pipes freeze in camper and rv?

 

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    Roberta McIlroy (landscapeartist) 4 years ago

    The camp is located in Ontario by the Great Lakes. Winters here are damp and cold so it cuts right through what you are wearing. The wood stove would keep it warm but I know there are some legal limitations where children are concerned.


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    Roberta McIlroy (landscapeartist) 4 years ago

    That's true you can't send a child from a campsite to school. I told her she chances losing her son to her ex if she makes this move.