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We also post some tips about living in an RV and some tidbits about RVing and camping here. We also post notices here to let you know when we send out a new issue of either of our RVing newsletters -- the Workers On Wheels Newsletter (the one for working RVers) and our RV Life and Travel E-zine.
Why wait until you are old enough to retire? There's lots of ways RVers can make money that makes it possible to start NOW! Read this week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter.
Campground costs don't have to drain your RVing budget. These cost cutting tips show you how to save money on camping fees while staying at nice campgrounds and RV parks, even luxury resorts.
Single RVers' clubs and organizations give solo RV travelers a special network. Whether the focus is on having fun at campouts or sharing RVing information, the groups form a support system.
Pigeon Forge attractions! Comedy shows, dinner theaters, music reviews, theme parks, adventure lands, museums, arcades, water parks, tours, racing rides…it goes on and on, way beyond Dollywood.
Workers On Wheels Newsletter, your source of info about ways to make money while RVing and camping...the new issue is ready and waiting for you!
RVs for emergencies are life savors -- literally. Escape the forest fire, flood, hurricane, or other storm. Have your RV ready to be your refuge -- your safe place, your shelter during a disaster.
One of the ways to cut the cost of fishing is to fish from a free public fishing pier. Notice that I said fishing pier. Some piers are open to the public but don't allow fishing, be aware of that.
Fishing and RVing are naturals together. Some people only enjoy angling for a single species. Others, like me, like the wide range of fish out there just waiting for someone to try to catch them.
Another issue of the Workers On Wheels Newsletter went out this morning. Yes, it is possible to travel and earn a living at the same time, and WOW helps you figure out how you can do it.
For RV repairs in Vermillion, SD start with Henderson’s Exhaust Plus. I do most of our mechanic work, but didn't have the tools for this job. I needed to find a professional mechanic who works on RVs.
Don't miss this week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter!
You'll find this week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter by clicking on the link, above. Articles this week include bait shrimping; reasons why you don't get the job (and how to better your chances); and info on Christian volunteer house builds. Plus, tips, personal updates, quotes, and more.
This week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter went out yesterday morning, as usual. Here's the link to it.
A salmon charter out of Seward, Alaska, is a dream fishing trip for many RVers. This was Bob's first Seward fishing charter going after silvers. He'll always remember this one.
RVing tips to make full-timing easier, more fun, and less costly. But, these hints aren't just for those who live in recreational vehicles. They are also good for snowbirds and extended RV travelers.
This week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter is ready for you. Read if for free! No membership required. No password. Just click on over and enjoy!
Prepare your RV for emergencies so you can use it for temporary shelter. You’ll have utilities, food and clothing, your important papers, medications, pet supplies, tools, and cleaning supplies
A mini storage unit seemed the ideal solution for storing less valuable items that we couldn't take with us. They're available in several sizes, easily accessible, and reasonably priced. But....
Here's the link to this week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter, which we emailed out to subscribers first thing this morning.https://archive.aweber.com/wow_e_zine/GpHk3
Solar panels and a photovoltaic system are amazing. Use them to maintain your batteries in the off-season, to supplement while occasionally boondocking, or for a full time stand-alone electric system.
RV parts and service businesses, when you need a mechanic to do repairs on your motorhome, fifth-wheel, or camper trailer. And, when you need parts and accessories to fix and upgrade your RV.
RVers who need to make some money -- Workers On Wheels is for you! Here's the link to this week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter.
In case you missed the Workers On Wheels Newsletter that went out earlier this week, you can still read it in our archives.
All sorts of good stuff for working RVers in the Workers On Wheels Newsletter.
Guanajuato Mexican Restaurant has excellent food, reasonable prices, and room in the parking lot for RVs. It's our first day back in Texas, after a ten year or so absence, and we wanted Mexican food.
Sweet Gregory P's is where you go for bar-b-que in Port Mansfield. Pulled pork, beef brisket, smokehouse sausage, ribs, and smoked ham was on the menu the day we stopped in for a late lunch.
Turkey Creek RV Village makes a fine headquarters while taking in the sights and sounds of Branson, MO. It is a pet friendly campground and has Internet access. It is clean and reasonably priced.
In Lafayette, LA, free activities include learning about the Cajun culture at the Cultural Center, playing disc golf and other sports, enjoying the parks, shopping for local foods. Free Wi-Fi, too.
This week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter is ready for you. Get updates, tips for working RVers, and resource links to help you live the RV life of your dreams.
RV laundry. Yep, clothes get dirty when you are on the road, either camping or full-time RVing. What to do? Laundromat or washateria? Hand wash? A washing machine and clothes dryer in your RV?
Passport America is a deal where you get half price camping. Membership usually costs $44/year. Mention my name and ID number -- Coleen Sykora member number C-19408 -- when you sign up, and you'll get 15 months--an extra three months free! You can save the price of membership with just a couple nights at member parks. Be sure to put Coleen Sykora member number C-19408 on the form where it asks who referred you. https://passportamerica.com/
Here's the link to this week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter. WOW is for RVers who want--or need--to work while RVing.
Lions Park Campground, Vermillion, South Dakota. Convenient, clean, safe, peaceful, and very affordable -- that's our impression of this little park. It's a city park campground.
Easier RV living … isn't that what we all want? Here are four tips that we use every day in our motorhome. They solve little, but annoying problems, and help us keep an RV home neat and organized.
We sent out a new issue of the RV Life and Travel Newsletter just a few minutes ago. If you subscribe, please check your email for it. We also have it archived for everyone--subscribers and non-subscribers--to read online.
Stop and smell the roses. If there are wild ones, that is. One of the free pleasures on the road RVing is getting to see the wonderful flowers that nature offers us. The blooms are really colorful.
This week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter is ready for you.
The Pawnee, Oklahoma, steam show is one of our favorite antique farm equipment shows. It's officially the Oklahoma Steam Threshing and Gas Engine Association Show. It's a weekend full of activities.
Acadiana Park draws us in because of its calm and quietness. We first went to this city campground because it was easy to find and fairly inexpensive. We return because the RV park is peaceful, not cr
The Port Isabel sunset casts a glow on the shrimp boats in the canal, as well as on the water, fishing piers, and buildings behind them. This was our evening view from the campsite at Park Center.
This week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter for RVers who want to work (volunteer, in exchange for a site, or paid employment) published today. Read it now.
Mel's Diner is good enough that we've been there three times in the two and a half weeks we've been in Lafayette. Considering how many good restaurants and places to eat there are here, that's saying
There are two things that I've never had too much of … fishing equipment and tools. When it comes to fixing, building, or remodeling something in the RV, I have what I need to get the project done.
Be sure to read this week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter for more information on how you can support yourself, your family, and your RV travels working on the road.
Enter to Win Free Watkins Vanilla! One of the ways we earn while RVing is selling Watkins products--pure extracts and flavorings, organic herbs and seasonings, natural skin care, natural cleaning products, and old-time remedies. Enter to win the monthly drawing for a free assortment of Watkins products valued at $100. There's no purchase required. http://www.ea6779.com
Schulenburg, Texas, is often on our travel route to and from southern Texas. It's a good place to stop to eat. The Pilot travel center is a good place for RV services -- to empty tanks, and get fuels.
For more info about earning a living WHILE you are RVing, read this week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter. There's no need to wait until you retire to enjoy the full-time RVing lifestyle.
We sent out the RV Life and Travel Newsletter earlier this week. Enjoy!
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