Great American humorist, Kin Hubbard once said, “The safest way to double your money is to fold it over and put it in your pocket.” But when RV living is your way of life, saving every penny may not be as easy as you might expect. The following RV tips are sure to help you save, and even earn, money while enjoying the RV way of life.
At their site you will find tips about full-timing RVing. How to choose a RV. How to communicate with friends. Where to receive mail. Checklists for entering or leaving a campsite. Do it yourself tips. Where to shop. Where to park. Where to find instant communities. How to live on a limited budget. How to avoid the learning curve. They are always interested in finding more tips about the RV lifestyle. If you have any contact them at Johnpelley@JMPelley.org.
Visit the places they have seen. They started on the East Coast of the United States: South in the winter and North in the summer. Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington DC, Wisconsin.
Canada: New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec. They have found in their travels many ideas and facts, which they were never taught in school, even with two Masters degrees.
They believe in living green and being Eco-friendly. Living the RV life has taught them to take care of the planet and better care of themselves. They have found companies who think like them. For more Eco-friendly information see http://www.Sunpowereddreams.com.
Learn how to volunteer. National Parks, State Parks, and other agencies are always looking for volunteers. For full-time RVers, many will provide a campsite with electric, water, and sewer facilities for three days of work or “play” at the park. No matter what your expertise might be, the Parks are always looking for help: campground hosts, interpretation, maintenance, administration, computers, visitor center help, etc.
Enjoy some of the music that they love. John has a CD of Native American flute music, which people find very soothing and relaxing. Teachers use it in their classrooms to help their students study. Many have found the music suitable for meditation. Featured too are other music and links to music, which are available as they travel.
They offer products for sale, which will enhance your traveling experiences: CDs, fleece blankets, dream catchers, etc. New items appear regularly.
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This article was posted on November 06, 2005