Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Friday, August 5, 2016

RV Park Tour #1 Amazon Camperforce / Green River Resort


 Throughout our journeys on the road, we encounter many people that are amazed at the life we are leading. They invariably ask questions such as “How are you living in an RV with small kids?” One of their frequent comments is "We would really love doing what you are doing but, we can't do it YET.” or “We have to wait until retirement"

 The real question about starting this kind of life is 
 The answer, It’s really up to you. A lot of people like to plan out every detail and possible contingency of which you can think. But if you are like us, You get the full time living idea on youtube and think that it would be great, and a few weeks later put in your notices to your jobs and more than a month later you leave the comfort of a house and hit the road! 

 Whether you are retired, a young couple, a family or single person that wants to pursue the RV living lifestyle just follow your heart and go for it! There is no such thing as an expert RVer, all of us, no matter your age or no matter your profession, the road is a learning process. You get to learn road stuff (Nomadic Knowledge) and have an adventure at the same time. 

 Remember this lifestyle is not for everyone, so if you want to take that chance, be that different and make some memories, start now and don't wait. Leave your fear behind and be brave. The road is waiting for you! Safe travels!

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Living in an RV will make you rich.

Do you feel like you would like to shed the burdens of your job that you hate, the house or apartment that costs too much? Do you dream of a life of adventure and travel?

Well this may just be exactly the life that you are looking for.

My family of four have been traveling and adventure seeking for nearly a year.  Now that doesn’t sound like a long time until you consider that the average person gets one week of vacation a year maybe two if they’re lucky. So put in those terms. You would have to work for at least six long, grueling, exhausting and back breaking years to do that much traveling. Sound interesting?

Well I am here to tell you that it is not just a dream but a possible way of living. But, you ask “where do I get the money?” Most people that don’t fulltime RV don’t know that there are jobs geared specifically for RVers. They are called workamping jobs.

Workamping jobs can be anything from seasonal paid jobs from Amazon, the sugar beet harvest and other employers. These employers pay you to work and pay for a (FHU) full hook up, which means that they pay for your RV spot, your electricity, Wifi, water and sewer. Another type of workamping job is working for an RV park for FHU. These jobs are usually unpaid but come with few hours for which you are expected to work.

Example: You work 15 hours a week at the RV park and they pay for your FHU.
So you can use the remainder of your time exploring, sightseeing or just relaxing. If you are very industrious and want to bank a little money just to travel you can always get a job outside of the RV park as well.  If you are traveling with a partner double the income with the same deal.

So will Fulltime RV living make you rich in money? Probably not..
But it will make you rich in almost every other way. It all depends on what is important to you.

So check out a few of the following links that may give you some further info. I am including a link to our Youtube channel so you can see how a real family has been doing this awesome lifestyle.

Thursday, March 10, 2016