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    Angela Gilstrap talks about the three hardest things about tiny home living since she, her boyfriend, her children and two dogs have been forced to live in an old RV in front of the home that they rent in Beaufort after it flooded during Hurricane Matthew in October 2016.

Angela Gilstrap talks about the three hardest things about tiny home living since she, her boyfriend, her children and two dogs have been forced to live in an old RV in front of the home that they rent in Beaufort after it flooded during Hurricane Matthew in October 2016. Delayna Earley Staff video
Angela Gilstrap talks about the three hardest things about tiny home living since she, her boyfriend, her children and two dogs have been forced to live in an old RV in front of the home that they rent in Beaufort after it flooded during Hurricane Matthew in October 2016. Delayna Earley Staff video

Beaufort residents displaced since Hurricane Matthew hope for long-term solutions

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