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 Petra Bennett, who lived in her home for 17 years, discusses the inevitability of having to relocate, in anticipation of the closing of Denver Meadows Mobile Home and RV Park later this year. Bennett says that she is lucky enough to be able to afford the relocation, despite her most likely having to live with friends and family briefly, after being forced out of the mobile home park. She says that others in the mobile home park community are not as fortunate to afford the costly relocation.

Petra Bennett, who lived in her home for 17 years, discusses the inevitability of having to relocate, in anticipation of the closing of Denver Meadows Mobile Home and RV Park later this year. Bennett says that she is lucky enough to be able to afford the relocation, despite her most likely having to live with friends and family briefly, after being forced out of the mobile home park. She says that others in the mobile home park community are not as fortunate to afford the costly relocation.

 The home of Petra Bennett is the first mobile home seen upon entering the Denver Meadows Mobile Home and RV Park, just north of the 17th Place overpass off of Interstate 225, in Aurora. Residents of Denver Meadows anticipate the parks closure by the end of 2018, forcing those living there to relocate to another park.

The home of Petra Bennett is the first mobile home seen upon entering the Denver Meadows Mobile Home and RV Park, just north of the 17th Place overpass off of Interstate 225, in Aurora. Residents of Denver Meadows anticipate the parks closure by the end of 2018, forcing those living there to relocate to another park.

 Petra Bennett shows one of the bedrooms that belonged to one of her three sons all of whom grew up in the mobile home that Bennett owned in the Denver Meadows Mobile Home and RV Park.

Petra Bennett shows one of the bedrooms that belonged to one of her three sons all of whom grew up in the mobile home that Bennett owned in the Denver Meadows Mobile Home and RV Park.

 Petra Bennett shows off her "wall of fame" which is covered in framed photos of her three children, all of whom grew up in the mobile home.

Petra Bennett shows off her "wall of fame" which is covered in framed photos of her three children, all of whom grew up in the mobile home.

 Petra Bennett speaks with one her neighbors on a walk with her dog Romeo, March 30, 2018, through the Denver Meadows mobile home park. Bennett says that the park is a tight community where everyone knows everyone else and is very friendly.

Petra Bennett speaks with one her neighbors on a walk with her dog Romeo, March 30, 2018, through the Denver Meadows mobile home park. Bennett says that the park is a tight community where everyone knows everyone else and is very friendly.

 Petra Bennett, who loves her back yard, and spends most of her time there, when at home, cleans out a planter, which is made of tires stacked on top of one another, March 30, 2018.

Petra Bennett, who loves her back yard, and spends most of her time there, when at home, cleans out a planter, which is made of tires stacked on top of one another, March 30, 2018.

 Petra Bennett sits on the couch in her mobile home with her dog Romeo, in front of what she calls her "wall of fame," which is covered in photos of her three sons, all of whom grew up in the home.

Petra Bennett sits on the couch in her mobile home with her dog Romeo, in front of what she calls her "wall of fame," which is covered in photos of her three sons, all of whom grew up in the home.

Petra Bennett, who lived in her home for 17 years, discusses the inevitability of having to relocate, in anticipation of the closing of Denver Meadows Mobile Home and RV Park later this year. Bennett says that she is lucky enough to be able to afford the relocation, despite her most likely having to live with friends and family briefly, after being forced out of the mobile home park. She says that others in the mobile home park community are not as fortunate to afford the costly relocation.

The home of Petra Bennett is the first mobile home seen upon entering the Denver Meadows Mobile Home and RV Park, just north of the 17th Place overpass off of Interstate 225, in Aurora. Residents of Denver Meadows anticipate the parks closure by the end of 2018, forcing those living there to relocate to another park.

Petra Bennett shows one of the bedrooms that belonged to one of her three sons all of whom grew up in the mobile home that Bennett owned in the Denver Meadows Mobile Home and RV Park.

Petra Bennett shows off her "wall of fame" which is covered in framed photos of her three children, all of whom grew up in the mobile home.

Petra Bennett speaks with one her neighbors on a walk with her dog Romeo, March 30, 2018, through the Denver Meadows mobile home park. Bennett says that the park is a tight community where everyone knows everyone else and is very friendly.

Petra Bennett, who loves her back yard, and spends most of her time there, when at home, cleans out a planter, which is made of tires stacked on top of one another, March 30, 2018.

Petra Bennett sits on the couch in her mobile home with her dog Romeo, in front of what she calls her "wall of fame," which is covered in photos of her three sons, all of whom grew up in the home.

 Petra Bennett, who lived in her home for 17 years, discusses the inevitability of having to relocate, in anticipation of the closing of Denver Meadows Mobile Home and RV Park later this year. Bennett says that she is lucky enough to be able to afford the relocation, despite her most likely having to live with friends and family briefly, after being forced out of the mobile home park. She says that others in the mobile home park community are not as fortunate to afford the costly relocation.
 The home of Petra Bennett is the first mobile home seen upon entering the Denver Meadows Mobile Home and RV Park, just north of the 17th Place overpass off of Interstate 225, in Aurora. Residents of Denver Meadows anticipate the parks closure by the end of 2018, forcing those living there to relocate to another park.
 Petra Bennett shows one of the bedrooms that belonged to one of her three sons all of whom grew up in the mobile home that Bennett owned in the Denver Meadows Mobile Home and RV Park.
 Petra Bennett shows off her "wall of fame" which is covered in framed photos of her three children, all of whom grew up in the mobile home.
 Petra Bennett speaks with one her neighbors on a walk with her dog Romeo, March 30, 2018, through the Denver Meadows mobile home park. Bennett says that the park is a tight community where everyone knows everyone else and is very friendly.
 Petra Bennett, who loves her back yard, and spends most of her time there, when at home, cleans out a planter, which is made of tires stacked on top of one another, March 30, 2018.
 Petra Bennett sits on the couch in her mobile home with her dog Romeo, in front of what she calls her "wall of fame," which is covered in photos of her three sons, all of whom grew up in the home.