What's new on RV-Life-and-Travel.com ... Updates on our RV travels, articles we write about full-time RVing, articles we write about RVs and RV maintenance, recreational vehicle industry news, our RVing life blog updates…when we post something new on the RV Life and Travel website, we post a notice of it here and link to it, so it is easy for you to find.
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.
Tools and repair supplies are usually the first things we put into our RVs. You never know when you are going to have a mechanical breakdown or have something go wrong in the RV that needs fixing.
Each week we publish a newsletter especially for RVers who want or need to work while they are RVing. We call it the "Workers On Wheels Newsletter."
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.
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....
Free! RVers love free things to do. Concordia, Kansas, tops the list with a free campground. Then, you can get outside and be active. Play tourist. Do some shopping. Learn the history of the area.
This week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter, the info source for working RVers and campers.
This week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter to help you work as you travel, so you don't need to wait until you retire before living the full-time RVing dream.
Read today's Workers On Wheels Newsletter. It answers one of the most frequently asked questions we get about working while RVing and camping.
More ideas for helping you earn a living while RVing in this week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter.
Watermelon was something we ate on the Fourth of July. We bought it at the store. It wasn’t something we raised ourselves. Thanks to RVing in southern Georgia, I’ve now seen how thousands of sweet, juicy watermelon are grown, from preparing the field through harvest.
Need to work to be able to RV? As in, do you still need to earn a living? Well, Workers On Wheels Newsletter helps with that! Here's the link to the new issue this week.
Restaurants in Georgia. Down-home southern cooking! BBQ. Catfish buffets. Local, mom and pop cafes. Truck stops and diners. Soul food and seafood. RVing across Georgia is a foodies dream!
Here's the link to the RV Life and Travel E-zine that went out today. After we mailed it out to subscribers, we realized it was all about free things to do as RVers. We didn't plan it that way, even though this is the week to celebrate freedom and the home of the free.
Each week we send out a newsletter via email to help RVers who need or want to work while they are RVing. It is full of resources for working RVers -- tips, articles, etc. You'll find today's issue by following the link.
Update from Your RV Workers On Wheels Newsletter Editor
Which came first -- the work or the RV? Well, it depends on the working RVer. Some folks decide they want to be full-time RVers, and later decide to get a campground job or do some other work. However, more -- I think a great many more -- are RVing because the RV is a convenience or solves work-related concerns.
A new Workers On Wheels Newsletter out today, to help you find work to support your RV life and travels. Enjoy!
Wise friends share wise advice! This issue starts with a hot list of wisdom from our friends and fans. It's good stuff!
Free things to do in Pigeon Forge, TN. RVers love free activities, free museums, and free places to go. Pigeon Forge and surrounding areas (Sevierville, Gatlinburg, Great Smoky Mountains National Park) have many freebies for RVers. Here's a list with some for you to enjoy.
We cover a wide range of RVers to earn on the road. From traditional campground jobs to some you probably haven't heard about, and even some you may find controversial.
Exercising on the road…don’t get the wrong impression. I’m not a fitness guru, or a health fanatic. I’m just a regular guy, who is trying to keep ahead of old age, which is coming up on me from behind, awful quickly.
A new issue of the RV Life and Travel E-zine went out to subscribers, and is now posted online for you to see.
RVing state by state. The campgrounds and RV parks where we stayed, attractions we visited, things we saw and did, restaurants and eateries where we dined, travel and tourist info organized by state.
Observations of southern Georgia…here are a few things I noticed while Coleen and I were RVing outside a small town in southern Georgia. We were there for several months, so had a chance to get to know the people and learn about southern customs, especially in rural Georgia.
When you need a break from your holiday weekend celebrations, take time to read this week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter. If you are a fisherman, you may find it particularly interesting. And, if you aren't a fisherman, you can use the idea in that article around one of your own hobbies or passions.
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RVing with kids, yes, there are full-time RV families with children, and we have info for you, as well as for weekend campers and those who travel by RV on vacation adventures across the USA.
We sent out a new issue of the Workers On Wheels Newsletter this morning. If you subscribe, you should have it in your email box. (Subscribers are lucky! They get it first. They get it free. They get it delivered right to them.) You can also find this issue archived online.
Yes, you can earn a living while full-time RVing! Here's this week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter #1190 to help you.
Frugal RVing can be among the least costly ways to live and travel. Living in an RV full-time doesn't mean that you have to spend a lot. Here are ten assorted ways to cut your RV travel expenses.
This week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter is ready for you. Jobs for RVers -- RVers for jobs!
INDIANAPOLIS (May 1, 2018) – Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Office of Tourism Development (IOTD) are celebrating Visit Indiana Week in conjunction
HAPPY JACK, Ariz., May 2, 2018, For Immediate Release — Forest Service investigators were able to access the point of origin of the Tinder Fire and have
Here's the link to this week's Workers On Wheels Newsletter, our special newsletter to help you find work to do while RVing.
Workers On Wheels Newsletter can help you find work you can do WHILE you are RVing, so you don't need to retire before you live your dream. Here's this week's new issue.
Read the current Workers On Wheels Newsletter. Learn how you can LIVE YOUR DREAM now! With so much work available for RVers, you don't need to wait until retirement.
To help you be able to live and travel before you get too old, we offer the Workers On Wheels Newsletter to you free of charge. This issue includes info on working at lodges, working as a campground host, working with dogs, info on having a business you do from your RV, etc. You can read it now, online.
Here is our current RV Life and Travel E-zine, the newsletter we put out about our general life as RVers and all things RV. (This is different than our Workers On Wheels Newsletter for working RVers.)
Your newsletter to help you find work and earn a living while you RVing -- Workers On Wheels -- has another new issue for you this week.
The Workers On Wheels Newsletter can help you earn a living WHILE you are enjoying the full-time RV life! Here's this week's edition.
National Park Week: Three Bookmark-Worthy Resources to Help You Plan
Washington, D.C. (March 20, 2018) While you’re beginning to daydream about warmer, longer days, the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation are preparing to help you #FindYourPark during National Park Week, April 21 through April 29. Carrying the theme “Park Stars” – which celebrates everything from starry skies to superstar volunteers – parks, programs and partners nationwide invite people everywhere to explore stories, experiences, and sites that brighten the National Park System.
“National parks are some of the best places to see stars in the world,” said National Park Service Deputy Director Dan Smith. “Some illuminate the night sky and others are unique features such as panoramic vistas, otherworldly geological formations, historic artifacts and homes, and majestic wildlife. During National Park Week, enjoy a star party, junior ranger program, ranger hike, or other activity that enlightens the senses.”
“Explore the many different ways you can experience national parks, while also contributing to the parks community,” said National Park Foundation President Will Shafroth. “You can volunteer at a local park event, share a park visit with a loved one, or donate to help preserve these national treasures.”
Here are three bookmark-worthy resources to help you plan your National Park Week adventures:
NationalParkWeek.org. Your go-to resource for all things National Park Week, inlcuding an important reminder that ll parks are offering free admition on April 21. National Park Service calendar of events. There are exciting events taking place all across the country. Admire the Lyrid meteor shower at Devils Tower National Monument, experience local traditions at Cane River Creole National Historical Park, paddle through an old-growth forest at Congaree National Park, go birding at Chiricahua National Monument, make fossil impressions at Niobrara National Scenic River, or walk a trail in Gateway National Recreation Area. National Park Foundation free park guides. Whether you're a hiker, a historican, a romantic, a family with friends, a crowd-lover, or someone seeking solitude, the National Park Foundation's FREE Owner's Guide series is jam-packed with ideas to help you plan your National Park Week adventure!
We've been helping RVers earn a living as they travel for 25 years. We don't write about theory. We aren't some slick corporate executives or fancy HR officers. We are ordinary people, who learned how to make it as full-time RVers, how to work real jobs for real people. And, we pass our experiences on to you.
Come along on our travels! Rhythm and Ribs was a blast. The motorhome transmission died. Bob shares his cheap and easy way to level an RV. Plus updates and tips.
Restaurants, from local greasy spoons to fine dining, play an important part in our RV life and travels. Eating out is a cultural and social thing for us. Mom and pop cafes, BBQ joints, 24-hour diners
Leveling our RV, whether we are in our travel trailer or motorhome, is a simple procedure. It's quick, easy, and I didn't spend any money to buy leveling blocks. You may want a more high-tech way to level your rig, but this basic method works efficiently for us.
RV transmission repairs in Knoxville -- that's what followed after the tow truck dropped us and our motorhome off at the transmission shop. When I last left you all, we had just used our road service to tow us to Atkins and Son Transmission in Knoxville, Tennessee.
The newsletter to help you figure out how you can afford to travel and enjoy your life -- before you've saved up a fortune! Here's this week's edition.
Smoke wafting from barbeque cookers fills the air as we get close to Fulwood Park. The Rhythm and Ribs BBQ Festival is in high gear. Food trucks and vendor booths dot the park. Live music emanates from the stages. Meat cooking contestants have their entries well underway.
Practical advice for working RVers! That's what you'll find in the Workers On Wheels Newsletter each week. You won't find a bunch of gobbly-gook from someone in a corporate office who has never spent a night in an RV. Instead, we fill each issue with useful tips, job ideas, resources, and information that comes from real RVers.
We sent out a new issue of the RV Life and Travel Newsletter last night. If you subscribe (it's free!) you should have it in your email box. It is also posted for you to read online.
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