How to Retire in your RV doing Work Camping

How to Retire in your RV doing Work Camping

Ok, were all tired of the Rat Race Right! That’s a triple r word a lot of us dread. So listen to this great video on how to retire in your RV doing work camping. All you need is a comfy little camper and a little planning with a little training thrown in and your on your way.

undertaking any great adventure a little training and planning is essential. Just going down to your local RV store and buying an RV you like and taking off could be disastrous. A little training and planning before you take off anyway could save you a lot of trouble.


Trying out an RV

Before you take off on your great adventure it is always a good idea to try it out first. RV living might not be your thing. You sure don’t want to invest a whole pile of cash and all of a sudden discover you it’s not for you. Renting an RV for a few days or a few weeks even and trying it out is a lot cheaper than just jumping in the deep end.

Maybe you just retired and your living expenses are just overwhelming. Living in an RV could be cheaper. Hook up some Solar power and you have free energy. Camp anywhere. Live in a nice RV park for less money than an apartment. Travel cheap. Heading up North or down South just got cheap in an RV. All you pay for is gas. Boondocking is free or inexpensive. Crash at rest stops or truck stops and wake up to a hot shower and breaky. What’s better and it’s free.

Freedom

Listen to the opportunities for work. You can volunteer at many places for free camping. Care taking jobs are quite common. Maybe you still want to work full time. Be on the lookout for out of town work. For example, you can head out to the Okanagan in BC Canada and pick fruit. Stay on the farm with your RV.

Maybe you want to head out to Alaska and do a little work up there. Many part time jobs are available in the Summer time and RV living is quite cheap up North. There are endless possibilities in an RV. You just don’t know if it is for you unless you give it a whirl. All the best and if your thinking about it Watch this great video.

Trying out an RV

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