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No place like dome

Melrose couple’s night of backyard camping has become a way of life

Josh Shortlidge and Terri Shortlidge have been sleeping in a tent outside their home in Melrose every night for almost a year. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe) Josh Shortlidge and Terri Shortlidge have been sleeping in a tent outside their home in Melrose every night for almost a year.
By Sandra A. Miller
Globe Correspondent / April 8, 2010

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When their tent collapsed during a December snowstorm, Josh and Terri Shortlidge were forced to spend four nights sleeping in their own bed in their comfortable Melrose home. Not a happy time. (Full article: 997 words)

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