copyright the Chronicle November 25, 2015
by Tena Starr
GLOVER — Dale Kilby is a Vietnam vet who grew up on a West Glover farm. He’s spent the past 20 years living in a tiny silver camper in the woods a few miles south of Glover Village.
He works two days a week at the Glover recycling center, and he walks, or hitchhikes, wherever he needs to go. Since his home has no running water or electricity, that means hauling in everything he needs, including water, on foot. And since he rents the land, it wouldn’t make sense to drill a well, even if he could afford such an extravagance.
Some time ago, his decrepit trailer’s roof began to leak. He put up with it, but had a particularly tough winter last year. It was bitter, and the interior of the trailer could… To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s stories, subscribe:
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